Webinar On-Demand: Delivering the Menopause Revolution: Supporting HCPs to deliver the Women’s Health Strategy

RECORDED THURSDAY 17th NOVEMBER 2022

Menopause care in the context of policy – what’s required?

With more women requiring support and care, learn how menopause features in the Women’s Health Strategy and what this means for you and your practice? Dr Anne Connolly MBE. Dr Julie Oliver and Dr Stephanie Cook discuss the Menopause Revolution in the context of the Women’s Health Strategy and equip you with the necessary skills to treat the women in your clinic.

This educational webinar is intended for UK healthcare professionals only and funded by Theramex

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Topics covered include:

• How menopause features in the Women’s Health Strategy
• What this means for you as clinicians, and your practice
• What you need to know to support women
• The facts (and myths) around HRT
• Questions to ask to get the answers you need for optimal treatment

Speakers

Dr Anne Connolly MBE

After a two year volunteer posting to a under-resourced mission hospital in rural Zimbabwe Anne returned to General Practice in inner-city Bradford in 1990 and is currently working as a GP providing care for asylum seekers, refugees, homeless and sex workers. She is a GPSI in gynaecology , accredited as a hysteroscopist and FSRH trainer. She has been involved with commissioning since 2006 and retired as CCG clinical board member with remit for maternity, women’s, children and young people’s healthcare in 2019. Anne is chair of the PCWHF and RCGP Clinical Champion for Women’s Health. She is also co-editor of Women’s Health in Primary Care. Anne was honoured to be awarded an MBE for her work in women’s health in the 2021 Queens Birthday Honours List.

Dr Julie Oliver

Dr Julie Oliver is an NHS GP working in County Durham. She has an extended role in women’s health, providing clinical services which can be accessed by all North Durham GP practices. She also has a private women’s health clinical service in Newcastle working in “Idos” at St Peters Basin. She has been training clinical staff in the area of womens health for primary care across County Durham and Darlington along with a national role speaking at conferences and is a Clinical Director of the Primary Care Women’s Health forum. She holds the Postgraduate Diploma in Gynaecology from Bradford University, letters of competence in coils and implants. Has a specialist skill in womens ultrasound scanning, and an advanced Menopause Certificate.

Dr Stephanie Cook

Dr Stephanie Cook is a GP from Liverpool with a special interest in Women’s Health. Steph has been involved with the design, development & implementation of Primary Care Women’s Health Hubs across Liverpool and is the clinical lead for this service. The work in Liverpool has drawn significant interest at a national level and has provided material for the PCWHF: Women’s Health Hub Toolkit. Steph is passionate about improving access to services, reducing health inequalities and supporting training & education for other GPwSI Women’s Health.

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