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The Newson Health Menopause Society is a multidisciplinary team of healthcare professionals and experts who are passionate about improving and understanding women’s hormone health.

Why we exist

NHMS exists to support associates to improve health outcomes for perimenopausal and menopausal women across the globe, through professional development, education, research and practical advice and guidance.

NHMS is funded by proceeds from Newson Health Ltd, subscriptions and revenue from delivering educational events and research. We do not accept funding from the pharmaceutical industry.

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Latest research

RCGP Conference: Adequate menopause treatment reduces stretched resources

RCGP Conference: Adequate menopause treatment reduces stretched resources

This month saw the return of the RCGP conference in London and NHMS presented recent findings showing effective menopause care can reduce the need for referrals and other medications.

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RCGP Conference: Use of a menopause app to improve shared decision making in consultations

RCGP Conference: Use of a menopause app to improve shared decision making in consultations

This month saw the return of the RCGP conference in London and an academic poster presented recent findings showing the use of the free balance menopause support app improved shared decision-making during consultations.

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BMS Conference Poster: Unworkable – how the UK workplace fails women going through the menopause

BMS Conference Poster: Unworkable – how the UK workplace fails women going through the menopause

The British Menopause Society’s annual conference was held in Warwickshire this month and a team from NHMS presented findings from a survey commissioned by The Fawcett Society on the current picture of menopause experiences at work.

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Online learning programme

Confidence in the Menopause

Improve your management skills of the perimenopause and menopause at a pace to suit you.

This online programme takes you into the consulting room with a patient and delivers practical learning. It is evidence-based and engaging through a range of 10-minute filmed appointments, multiple choice questions, and in-depth presentations by menopause experts from a range of disciplines.

The course is CPD accredited with a certificate received after completion of each section.

Easy HRT Prescribing Guide

USEFUL RESOURCE FOR HEALTHCARE PROFESSIONALS

There are numerous potential benefits to be gained by women taking HRT. Symptoms of the menopause such as hot flushes, mood swings, night sweats, and reduced libido improve.

Taking HRT has also been shown to reduce future risk of cardiovascular disease, osteoporosis, type 2 diabetes, osteoarthritis and dementia. Most benefit is afforded when women start HRT within 10 years of their menopause.

This prescribing guide includes further information on the benefits and risks of HRT, managing perimenopausal and menopausal symptoms, and the different HRT types and doses available.

Full access annual subscription £49