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Cognition and mental health in menopause

10th May 2023
6:00 - 6:40pm (GMT)
10th May 2023
6:00 - 6:40pm (GMT)
Hosted on MedAll
Attendance certificate available
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Description

Brain fogging is a common symptom during menopausal transition. While HRT is effective in improving this symptom, there is no conclusive evidence that it can prevent dementia.

Delivered in a 40-minute bite-sized webinar by Award Winning Business Consultant Becky Warnes and guest speaker Dr Vikram Talaulikar

All delegates who attend will have the opportunity to receive a certificate of participation for CPD and access to presentation slides on submission of evaluation via MedAll.

You will need to be verified to participate in the chat on webinars and for future access to your certificates and any reflective notes you make in your profile.

Verification is available to healthcare professionals globally, you can find out how by clicking here

Summary

This 40-minute on-demand teaching session explores cognition and mental health in menopause and the potential of HRT to improve brain fogging symptoms. Award-winning business consultant Becky Warnes and guest speaker Dr. Vikram Talaulikar will lead the webinar, giving healthcare professionals access to the latest research and evidence. Upon completion and evaluation, delegates will receive a certificate of participation for CPD and access to presentation slides. Verification and future access to certificates and reflective notes are also available to all healthcare professionals globally.
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Learning objectives

1. Describe the neurological effects of the menopausal transition, including the prevalence and severity of cognitive symptoms associated with the brain fogging effect. 2. Explain the potential relationship between menopause hormones and the development of dementia. 3. Summarize evidence regarding the efficacy of hormone replacement therapy (HRT) in managing cognitive and neurological symptoms of menopause. 4. Summarize methods of self-care and lifestyle alteration to help reduce brain fogging effects and improve overall mental health during menopausal transition. 5. Outline the MedAll platform and its features and how medical professionals can leverage it for learning, reflection, communication and collaboration.
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10th May 2023
6:00 - 6:40pm (GMT)
Hosted on MedAll
Attendance certificate available
This event has ended. Similar events
Free
ONLINE