Date: 06 Nov 2019
Start time: 09:00AM
End time: 04:45PM
Venue: Holiday Inn, Bloomsbury
Cost: From £90 + VATBook now
- Menopause and PMS
The PCWHF Annual Conference is an essential event for all primary care specialists working in the rapidly developing area of women’s health.
The Conference features expert keynote speakers, instructive presentations and educational workshop sessions, all delivered by respected HCPs working at the forefront of women’s health.
The Conference offers delegates a unique opportunity to engage with industry peers, sponsors and speakers, keep up-to-date on the latest developments, and discuss the issues around women’s health that most concern you. Each delegate also receives five hours of quality CPD.
Our external speakers, all of whom work in primary care, are renowned experts in women’s health and all work in primary care. Our invited speakers for 2019 are:
- Dr Carmel Ramage, Urogynaecologist
- Dr Sue Mann, Sexual & Reproductive Health Consultant
- Dr Tonye Wokoma, Consultant in Community Gynaecology, Sexual and Reproductive Health
- Dr Carrie Ladd, RCGP Clinical Fellow in Perinatal Mental Health and GP
- Prof Catherine Nelson-Piercy, Consultant Obstetric Physician
This year our speakers will be covering essential topics in women’s health including Incontinence, prolapse & MESH issues; Preconception care; Cultural awareness in different populations; Perinatal mental health; HPV, and Pregnancy.
|09:35||Incontinence, Prolapse & MESH issues Dr Carmel Ramage|
|10:30||Preconception care Dr Sue Mann|
|11:20||Hard to reach populations and outreach services Dr Tonye Wokoma|
|11:55||Perinatal Mental Health Dr Carrie Ladd|
|12:30||HPV update Christine Corrin|
|13:50||Interactive Workshop 1 Choose 1: Contraception - Dr Caroline Cooper Menopause - Dr Sarah Gray Abnormal uterine bleeding - Dr Anne Connolly|
|14:35||Interactive Workshop 2 Choose 1: Contraception - Dr Caroline Cooper Menopause - Dr Sarah Gray Abnormal uterine bleeding - Dr Anne Connolly|
|15:30||Medical problems during pregnancy|
|16:05||What's coming up in women's health|
|16:40||Review, feedback & close|