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Menopause, Mood and Missing Mojo – Part 2

Speciality Classification
General Practice ( GP ) / Family Medicine
Location
Online
Delivery
Online
Duration
On-demand

On-demand recorded 9 Jun 2020

This 1-hour webinar aims to provide GPs with an overview of menopause management with an emphasis on evidence based treatment. This is the second instalment of this two part series, with an additional 30mins Q&A at the conclusion of the presentation. Presented by Dr Amy Moten, the presentation will discuss recognising menopausal symptoms, medical treatment and preventive health care. Dr Moten is the Chair of the RACGP Specific Interest Group, Sexual Health Medicine Network and holds the position of Medical Education Coordinator at SHINE SA where she provides clinical training to doctors, nurses and midwives and other health professionals.

Learning outcomes

  • Identify appropriate assessment and management for people undergoing menopause
  • Recognise and manage peri-menopausal mood dysfunction
  • Utilise evidence-based guidelines to safely prescribe menopausal hormone therapy

This event attracts 2 CPD points

This event is part of Menopause, Mood and Missing Mojo. Events in this series are:

  • Menopause, Mood and Missing Mojo – Part 1
  • Menopause, Mood and Missing Mojo – Part 2

Speakers

Dr Amy Moten
General Practitioner

Dr Amy Moten is the Coordinator: Medical Education at SHINE SA where she provides clinical education to doctors, registered nurses and midwives and other health professionals in South Australia. She also works as a GP with a special interest in sexual and reproductive health care and is currently chair of the RACGP Specific Interest Group in Sexual Health Medicine.

Jessica Fry
RACGP NT Representative

Type
Delivery
Title
Menopause, Mood and Missing Mojo – Part 2
Interest Areas / Topics Covered
Reproductive health, Sexual health, Women's health
Location
Provider Type
Non Profit Organisation
Duration
On-demand
CPD Points
2
Location
Online
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