The British Menopause Society (BMS) educates, informs and guides health professionals specialising in menopause care and post reproductive health.
One of the benefits of BMS membership is the publication of full consensus statements in the restricted Members’ Area of the website. These address key disorders and controversial topics relating to menopause and post reproductive health. The full statements reflect new studies together with recent medical and scientific information from articles in professional journals, plus informal consensus.
BMS consensus statements are prepared by specialists from the medical advisory council and regularly updated. They are evidence-based, comprehensively referenced and peer reviewed.
They are published in full in the members journal, Post Reproductive Health. Summary and summary practice points versions are available in this public area of the website by clicking on the titles below. Full consensus statement may be made available to non-members for a limited period.
The full Consensus Statements are available in the Members Area but you can click on the following titles for the summary and summary practice points: