Menopause and PMS
The Symposium open to all Healthcare professionals – GPs, clinic doctors, gynaecologists, specialist and practice nurses, O&G and GP trainees. We also welcome anyone allied to the health profession with an interest in women’s health.
The comprehensive programme is both interesting and informative, with presentations from internationally renowned experts, and the format provides delegates with the opportunity to network with speakers and colleagues from primary and secondary care alike.
We are delighted that Miss Joan Pitkin is to give the Gerald Swyer Memorial Lecture, Premature Ovarian Insufficiency: Today’s Pandora’s Box and Professor Usha Menon is to give The Pamela Todd Lecture, Screening for gynaecological cancers – What is the evidence?
Other Symposium sessions include:
• Bioidenticals – The truth about ‘natural’ HRT
• Hormones and Migraine
• NICE: Endometriosis, Diagnosis & Management – from Guideline to Practice
• The mind and the pelvis
• Women’s Heath Café – A practical 90-minute session, comprising interactive group work and case studies
Speakers include: Dr Heather Currie, Ms Claudine Domoney, Professor Anne MacGregor, Mr Edward Morris, Mr Nick Panay, Mrs Elaine Stephens, Dr John Stevenson and Dr Jane Woyka.