February 2024

Free CPD accreditation and up to date information on women’s health for all healthcare professionals.

As a charity, we are dedicated to educating everyone so that perimenopause and menopause is properly understood.  We know how important it is that healthcare professionals are included in our education; that is why we are excited to announce our with Women’s Health Professional Care 2024!

Women’s Health Professional Care, taking place 28-29 February at Olympia London, is an event for healthcare professionals and policy makers in both primary and secondary care. The event will be bringing key learnings and insights on a wide range of challenges and complexities that surround women throughout their life cycle, as well as addressing gender disparities on healthcare that have traditionally been overlooked.

Free CPD accreditation for healthcare professionals

Offering educational opportunities for healthcare professionals to earn free CPD accreditation and up to date information on the latest areas of focus in women’s health, this conference has a fantastic programme.  It includes a whole theatre dedicated to menopause, with sessions covering, the diagnosis of menopause and perimenopause and provide practical prescribing tips for effectively managing menopause symptoms through both HRT and lifestyle factors.

Meet The Menopause Charity team

Our team will be on hand throughout the two days, supported by members of our Clinical Advisory Panel.  Our Clinical Trustee Dr Radhika Vohra will also present a session on ‘The Importance of Ethnicity & Menopause’ on 28 February.

Please visit the Women’s Health Professional Care conference programme for a detailed overview of the sessions.

We are excited to be a part of Women’s Health Professional Care, as it provides an excellent opportunity for expanding your understanding and awareness of the menopause, as well as your overall clinical knowledge and professional development. We look forward to seeing you there!

Visit here for more information about the event and to register.

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