The British Menopause Society (BMS) recommendations to the DHSC’s call for evidence to inform the development of the Women’s Health Strategy have now been published online in Post Reproductive Health Journal.

The BMS response was specific to menopause and post reproductive health and included recommendations in relation to all six core themes included in the call for evidence assessing the different areas of women’s health. This was accompanied by an Editorial, ‘Women’s Health Strategy: Time to have women’s voices at the top of the agenda’ by BMS Chairman Haitham Hamoda and BMS CEO Sara Moger.

The full BMS response and Editorial can be accessed through the following links:
Women’s Health Strategy: Time to have women’s voices at the top of the agenda

Developing the Women’s health strategy: The British Menopause Society’s
recommendations to the department of health and social care’s call for evidence