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Guidance update: latest NICE guidelines on menopause - free sample

Guidance update: latest NICE guidelines on menopause - free sample



Time to Complete

1 hour


April 26, 2016


January 25, 2017
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This module gives you a taster of the MIMS Learning Essentials learning programme. A subscription gives you 12 months online access to regular updates on NICE and other clinical guidance to help keep your practice up to date.

Programme Description

Guidance: NICE guidance NG23. Menopause: diagnosis and management. November 2015.

Dr Louise Newson describes how to implement the first NICE guidance on menopause in primary care. The module outlines what’s new in the guidance, what to do differently in your practice, how to manage women’s symptoms during menopause, areas of uncertainty relating to prescribing HRT, some new and upcoming treatments for menopause, and the use of HRT in cases of multimorbidity.

This module has been updated to include information on new research relating to HRT and breast cancer risk [August 2016].

Educational Objectives

After taking this module, GPs and nurses will be better able to:
  • Recall what’s new and what’s relevant to them in the November 2015 NICE guidance on menopause
  • Know what to do differently in practice in the light of the NICE guidance
  • Be aware of how to diagnose and treat a woman during perimenopause and menopause
  • Be aware of areas of uncertainty and controversy, such as the risk of cardiovascular disease and breast cancer with the use of HRT
  • Know how to manage menopause in women with diabetes, thyroid disease or liver disease, as well as in those taking warfarin, NOACs or enzyme inducers
  • Author

    Activity and test author
    Dr Louise Newson
    West Midlands


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