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Women's health learning plan 2

8.25 credits

This learning plan focuses on women's health conditions, including vulval conditions, PCOS, postnatal depression, contraceptive use and fibroids. Test your knowledge with a quick quiz and then undertake the whole plan to demonstrate that you have studied this area in depth, or use individual modules from the plan to complement your existing learning. You can claim credits for all the modules that you complete.




Quiz

Test your knowledge of women's health

In this free 10-question quiz, test your knowledge of women’s health including pelvic inflammatory disease, vulval conditions, postnatal depression, pelvic organ prolapse, endometrial cancer and ectopic pregnancy.

0.25 Credits
Interactive CPD

Pelvic inflammatory disease: clinical review

In this interactive module, Dr Suneeta Kochhar provides an update on diagnosis and management of pelvic inflammatory disease.

1.50 Credits
Knowledge

Common vulval conditions: diagnosis and management

Dr Abdelmageed Abdelrahman offers an overview of the clinical characteristics, diagnosis and management of common vulval conditions.

1.00 Credits
Expert Perspective

Polycystic ovary syndrome: diagnosis and initial management

Dr Abdelmageed Abdelrahman discusses the diagnosis of polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) and options for management.

0.50 Credits
Clinical Review

Postnatal depression: clinical review

In an article reviewed and updated in 2018, Dr Muffazal Rawala describes how to recognise and diagnose postnatal depression. This clinical review provides a summary of management options and their evidence base.

1.50 Credits
Clinical Review

Uterine fibroids: clinical review

1.50 Credits
Syllabus

Guidance update: latest FSRH guidelines on contraceptive use (UKMEC)

Dr Toni Hazell describes the changes to the latest FSRH guidance: UK Medical Eligibility Criteria for Contraceptive Use.

1.00 Credits
Expert Perspective

Coronary heart disease in women

Dr Carolyn Webb and Professor Peter Collins highlight common presenting symptoms in women with coronary heart disease (CHD) and reflects on the need to take a careful gynaecological history. Key learning points for healthcare professionals include the influence of female-specific factors on the development of CHD, and conditions that raise cardiovascular risk including polycystic ovary syndrome.

1.00 Credits