Date: 27 February 2020 - 28 February 2020
Location: Woodside Conference Venue, Kenilworth
Duration: Two days
CPD: 12 hours
The Menopause Special Skills Module is a combined theory and practical training module aimed at registered healthcare professionals who work regularly in the field of women’s health.
|Overview:||This course provides the theory component of the menopause special skills module. It will enhance the practice and clinical confidence of any healthcare professional working in primary care or women’s health. It will explain the evidence base and encourage a reflective and pragmatic approach using an interactive lecture and workshop format. Delegates will learn to apply their new knowledge in a way that is relevant to their working environment.
A certificate of attendance will be issued at the end of the theory course and it can be attended as a standalone educational event.
Completion of subsequent competence based practical training and assessment will earn a Certificate in Menopause Care. An Advanced Certificate may be awarded to those who have satisfied the criteria for the Certificate and who have undertaken further competence based practical training.
A doctor with a Certificate in Menopause Care has the necessary skills to work within a dedicated menopause clinic and those holding the Advanced Certificate will be eligible to lead specialist menopause services and take external referrals.
Download the module Curriculum for further information.
|Who should attend:||The course is aimed at registered healthcare professionals who work regularly in the field of women’s health.|
|Fees:||£475 (includes a copy of the BMS handbook Management of the Menopause 6th edition)|
|Booking:||This course is now FULL.
Further courses for 2020 are now being planned and information will be available on the BMS website shortly.
|Further information:||Download Programme and Booking Form (PDF 468KB).|
|Enquiries:||Kate Ellis 01628 890199 email@example.com|
This meeting is financially supported in part by the pharmaceutical industry through sponsorship but it has no influence over the meeting programme.
All lecturers are required to make a formal declaration of interests at the beginning of their presentation.