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2 day Menopause Introduction Course

October 21 @ 9:15 am - 4:00 pm

£200

 

 

 

 

The understanding of menopause, how it can be managed well and implications for the woman’s well-being both short and long term are all very important for the HP as they will be encountering these women at many of their consultations. Both Days will suit practitioners who only see these patients as an incidental to their other work (I.e Cervical Sample takers) or others who may be more regularly seeing this age group with no training to raise issues or implement strategies. This will make them more confident and competent with the regular consultations in these areas.
So take the opportunity to improve your knowledge and to feel more confident in practice. Understanding of the new NICE Guidance is implicit within these days

Day 2 – 11th November

WEB SITE for all info and booking https://www.bbotraining.co.uk/

 

Details

Date:
October 21
Time:
9:15 am - 4:00 pm
Cost:
£200
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Organizer

BBO Training

Venue

Mercure Thame Lambert Hotel
London Road
Watlington, OX49 5SQ
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Menopause Introduction/Update will be Frankie doing the Intros and Dr Katie Barber a GP in her current practice since 2008, Katie has had a special interest in all aspects of women’s health. Katie trained with Jan to become a menopause specialist between 2018 and 2019 and successfully completed the Advanced Certificate in Menopause Care earlier this year. Jan retired In April 2019 after running the service singlehandedly for many years but handed over to Katie who is now the Clinical Lead for the service, working alongside another GP providing new and follow-up specialist menopause consultations to women across Oxfordshire, Berkshire and Buckinghamshire, and much further afield. Katie is a British Menopause Society (BMS) approved Menopause Specialist and Menopause trainer at OUH. Katie is involved in education across the Thames Valley, teaching junior doctors, GP trainees and medical students, as well as nurses/GPs/consultants who have a similar passion for understanding the menopause and providing the best care for women with menopausal issues