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A144 Menopause Management: A Guide for Health Professionals

Course summary

This one-day course is designed to equip health professionals with the knowledge and skills needed to effectively support women going through menopause.

The course covers a range of topics including understanding menopause and its impact on women’s health, exploring various treatment options, and developing patient interaction skills. By the end of this course, participants will be confident in counselling women about treatment choices and providing ongoing management of menopause.

Who should attend?

Advanced nurse practitioners
Practice nurses
First contact nurses
Nurse practitioners.
Allied Health Professionals

Important notes

The course runs from 10:00am- 4:30pm 

All course material, evaluation sheet and certificates are provided.

Completion of this course is not a guarantee of competency. Support and practice in the workplace with an experienced facilitator is required to attain competence level.


Course duration Course CPD Full price (incl VAT) per person
1 day(s) 7 hour(s) £195


Dates Block size Block discount
10/09/2024 4 10%
06/12/2024 4 10%
13/03/2025 4 10%

Dates / venues

Location - venue Dates No. of people
Online - Online Delivery 10/09/2024
Online - Online Delivery 06/12/2024
Online - Online Delivery 13/03/2025

Aims / objectives

  • Understand menopause and its impact on women’s health and wellbeing.
  • Gain knowledge about treatment options, including Hormone Replacement Therapy (HRT).
  • Develop skills for discussing sexual health issues with peri and postmenopausal women.
  • Be confident in counselling women about treatment choices and providing ongoing management of menopause.

Course programme

  • Understanding Menopause: Define menopause, its signs, symptoms, and impact on women’s health.
  • Diagnosis and Types of Menopause: Discuss premature ovarian insufficiency and surgical menopause.
  • Treatment Options: Explore hormonal and non-hormonal treatment options, including the risks and benefits of HRT.
  • Patient Interaction: Learn techniques for taking relevant history, discussing sexual health issues, and managing symptomatic urogenital problems.
  • Health Promotion: Discuss lifestyle changes, alternative therapies, and perimenopausal contraception.
  • Referral and Ongoing Management: Understand when to refer women for specialist care, how to monitor their health, and provide ongoing management.

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