Held on 19 & 20 May 2016 at the Royal College of Physicians, London, this year's conference was attended by over 300 delegates.
Held on 25 and Friday 26 June 2015, the conference "had an exceptionally high standard of presentations and the atmosphere amongst the delegates and faculty was of great friendliness and collegiate spirit".
Brain consequences of early removal of the ovaries (oophorectomy) were eloquently described with a clear message that oophorectomy before the age of 48 increases the risk of cognitive decline and dementia.
The British Menopause Society launched their ‘Mind the Gap’ campaign to over 200 healthcare professionals at their annual conference in Harrogate.
Mirena provides many benefits; Life after breast cancer can be difficult; Call for more detail in assessing ovarian cysts; Could Metformin be helpful for overweight menopausal women?; HRT doses getting lower, does low dose still work?; Vaginal atrophy - Need for a name change?; Is HRT good for the brain?; Are Phytoestrogens good for the brain?; TSEC, a new approach in menopausal therapy.
Can ovaries be reawakened?; Effect of HRT on the arterial wall; Walking is best; Window of opportunity theory confirmed.