The British Menopause Society (BMS) provides education, information and guidance to healthcare professionals specialising in all aspects of post reproductive health. This is achieved through an annual programme of lectures, conferences, meetings, exhibitions and our interactive website. We offer a range of publications including our quarterly journal Post Reproductive Health and the definitive handbook Management of the Menopause.
BMS Menopause Specialists
Apply online for certification as a BMS recognised Menopause Specialist. More details
NICE Menopause clinical guideline is here…
The NICE Guideline on the diagnosis and management of the menopause will play an important role in raising awareness of all menopausal symptoms and in encouraging women to consider lifestyle changes to improve later health.
The Guideline should also clarify uncertainty – both for women and for healthcare professionals – around both prescribed and non-prescribed treatment options.
7 September 2018
12 September 2018
20 September 2018 - 21 September 2018
1 October 2018 - 2 October 2018
11 October 2018 - 12 October 2018
30 October 2018 - 31 October 2018
7 November 2018
15 November 2018 - 16 November 2018
20 November 2018 - 22 November 2018
- BBC News item: Menopause - lack of specialist care in Wales 'limits treatments'
- 25 July 2018
- BBC Wales highlights the lack of dedicated clinics offering specialist menopause care. Click here to read more. The BMS is collaborating for the first time
- Survey Launch Thursday 17 May - HIV & menopause
- 17 May 2018
- UCL are launching the results of an HIV and menopause questionnaire survey today, Thursday 17 May. Kathy Abernethy is part of the Q&A panel and
- Prescribable alternatives to HRT
- 26 March 2018
- Most prescribable alternatives to HRT have been evaluated for their impact on vaso-motor symptoms. Some of them also have an impact on mood and well-being.
Conference and meeting reports
This year's conference, entitled “A holistic approach to menopause care: HRT and beyond”, was held at the Royal College of Physicians, London on 5 and 6 July 2018.
Our patient arm
Women’s Health Concern (WHC) was founded in 1979 and became the patient arm of the BMS in 2012. It provides an independent service to advise, reassure and educate women of all ages about their gynaecological and sexual health, wellbeing and lifestyle concerns.
Information for non-professionals can also be found at Menopause Matters.
The British Menopause Society is a specialist society affiliated to the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists and the Faculty of Sexual and Reproductive Healthcare. Working together we have developed theoretical and practical training modules aimed at those healthcare professionals who regularly work in the field of women’s health.
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