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Premature and early Menopause - causes and management

17th Oct 2024
5:30 - 5:40pm (GMT)
17th Oct 2024
5:30 - 5:40pm (GMT)
Hosted on MedAll
Attendance certificate available
Free
ONLINE

Description

Premature and early menopause affect about 10-15% of women. There is often delayed diagnosis and suboptimal care. We discuss the current best clinical practice recommendations to optimise health outcomes for women.

Delivered in a 40-minute bite-sized webinar by Dr Vikram Talaulikar.

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Summary

This insightful session will delve into the topic of premature and early menopause, a condition that impacts around 10-15% of women. Attend this session to understand the causes and enhance your management practices, as we aim to tackle the issues of delayed diagnosis and less than ideal care. You will gain knowledge on the most current, effective clinical practices to optimize health outcomes for women. Don't miss out on this opportunity to enrich your proficiency in women's health!
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Learning objectives

1. Understand the definition and clinical significance of premature and early menopause: By the end of the session, participants should be able to provide a clear definition of premature and early menopause, differentiate them from regular menopause, and explain why this early onset is significant in medical practice. 2. Identify the causes of premature and early menopause: Participants should be able to identify and discuss the potential genetic, auto-immune and other underlying causes of premature and early menopause, including surgical or medical interventions that can lead to these conditions. 3. Recognize the symptoms and diagnoses of premature and early menopause: By the end of the teaching session, the medical audience should be able to recognize the common as well as subtle signs and symptoms of premature and early menopause, and explain the necessary procedures and tests to make an official diagnosis. 4. Understand the management and treatment options for premature and early menopause: Participants should be able to understand and discuss the range of treatment options available to manage premature and early menopause symptoms, including lifestyle modifications, hormone replacement therapies and other medication options. 5. Discuss the implications and long-term health risks associated with premature and early menopause: At the conclusion of the session, participants should be able to discuss the
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17th Oct 2024
5:30 - 5:40pm (GMT)
Hosted on MedAll
Attendance certificate available
Free
ONLINE