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Date: 25 Apr 2023
Start time: 06:00PM
End time: 08:00PM
Cost: From £50 per webinarBook now
Opening timesEvening event.
- Specialist Gynaecology
- Menopause and PMS
- Genitourinary Medicine
A new series of online menopause webinars from the British Menopause Society.
- Live & interactive two-hour webinars, with specialist menopause panellists
- Open to all healthcare professionals
- 3 CPD points per webinar - Book for all three or just those of your choice
Programmes include: complex medical issues, HRT and perimenopause, bleeding and progestogens, menopause and migraine, testosterone, urogenital symptoms, HRT and breast cancer and more.
Specialist panellists include: Dr Katie Barber, Dr Olivia Hum, Prof Anne MacGregor, Dr Zoe Schaedel.
Testosterone – who, when and why? – Dr Katie Barber
With more requests and enquiries about testosterone, when should we be prescribing? Feel confident about explaining the latest guidance and evidence about testosterone use in women to patients, discussing risks and benefits, in addition to practical prescribing (what to prescribe, how to use, monitoring and troubleshooting issues/abnormal results) and non-responders.
Bleeding and progestogens – Dr Olivia Hum
Up to 40% of women will experience unscheduled bleeding on HRT and many gynaecology departments have seen a huge increase in referrals for investigation and management of this issue. The session will look at how to investigate and manage unscheduled bleeding, when to refer and top tips for management.
Menopause – an often missed risk factor for migraine – Prof Anne MacGregor
How often do you ask women with menopause symptoms about their headaches? Armed with tools to help you quickly diagnose migraine and a better knowledge of the link between menopause and migraine, and the effects of giving the wrong type of HRT, you’ll be able to better manage women through the menopause transition.
Sessions and content may be subject to change.