Understanding the benefits and risks of HRT: downloadable visual aids
We have created two visual aids to help you understand the long-term risks and benefits of HRT. These aids can be downloaded and printed and used by clinicians in consultations to inform shared decision making based on the best, currently available evidence.
Position Statement for Management of Genitourinary Syndrome of the Menopause (GSM)
This guidance is designed to support healthcare professionals in diagnosing and managing GSM.
Podcast Episode 19: Menopause and the community with engagement advocate, Anita Powell
This week, fellow podcast host Anita Powell joins Lauren Redfern to discuss her work as a community engagement advocate and menopause campaigner.
Podcast Episode 18: Vulval and Vaginal Health with Dr Caroline Owen
On this episode of the Newson Health Menopause Society podcast, host Lauren Redfern is joined by Consultant Dermatologist with a special interest in vulval disease, Dr Caroline Owens.
Podcast Episode 17: Early interventions in the perimenopause and menopause with PhD candidate, Nichola Walker
Joining host Lauren Redfern on the podcast to discuss her ongoing PhD research exploring the benefits of early non-pharmacological intervention is Nichola Walker.
Podcast Episode 16: Menopause or dementia with consultant admiral nurse, Jules Knight
In this episode, Lauren and Jules discuss how cognitive symptoms associated with the perimenopause and menopause can often be missed by practitioners, resulting in unnecessary referrals to memory services.
Podcast Episode 15: Migraine and menopause with Dr Katy Munro
On this episode of the Newson Health Menopause Society Podcast, host Lauren Redfern is joined by Headache Specialist at the National Migraine Centre, Dr Katy Munro.
Podcast Episode 14: Navigating the perimenopause and menopause within South Asian communities with Dr Devika Patel
Joining podcast host Lauren Redfern to discuss the ways in which the perimenopause and menopause may be experienced uniquely amongst South Asian communities, is psychiatric doctor and host of the podcast “Our Extraordinary Stories” Dr Devika Patel.
Podcast Episode 13: Treating the perimenopause and menopause in Western Australia with women’s health GP, Dr Sunita Chelva
Dr Sunita Chelva is a guest on the Newson Health Menopause Society podcast to discuss treating the perimenopause and menopause in Western Australia
Podcast Episode 12: Oncology and the perimenopause and menopause with consultant medical oncologist, Dr Rebecca Bowen
On this episode of the Newson Health Menopause Society podcast, host Lauren Redfern is joined by Consultant Medical Oncologist Rebecca Bowen. Together, Lauren and Rebecca discuss the decision-making process involved when patients diagnosed with breast and gynaecological cancers are considering using HRT.
Podcast Episode 11: Happy and Healthy: Exploring the important relationship between food and mood with Nutritionist, Emma Ellice-Flint
Joining host Lauren Redfern to discuss the connection between the foods we eat, and our subsequent mood, is Nutritionist Emma Ellice-Flint. Through their discussion, Lauren and Emma help to shed light on how mood and food are connected.
Podcast Episode 10: Physiotherapy and the perimenopause and menopause with practitioner, Deborah Thomas
On this episode of the podcast, Deborah discusses the role of the physiotherapist in empowering patients to adopt a healthy lifestyle and the importance of encouraging patients to exercise whatever their limitations may be.
Common Symptoms of Long COVID Poster
The Newson Health Menopause Society is pleased to share this free poster – available to download and use in your clinics – that highlights the similarities of many long COVID symptoms and symptoms of the perimenopause and menopause.
The Influence of Progesterone Poster
A visual aid summarising how progesterone benefits the female body.
Podcast Episode 9: Beyond the WHI: what evidence-based research really tells us about the use of HRT with Professor Robert Langer
In this episode of our podcast, host Lauren Redfern is joined by Professor Robert Langer to discuss how 20 years on from the infamous Women’s Health Initiative (WHI) study, misinformation regarding the safety and efficacy of HRT continues to circulate.
Podcast Episode 8: Exploring the differences in approach to perimenopausal and menopausal treatment in the USA with Dr Heather Hirsch
On this episode of the podcast, host Lauren Redfern is joined by Dr Heather Hirsch to discuss the differences and similarities between health care practice in the UK and the USA, and how they effect the people seeking treatment for perimenopausal and menopausal symptoms.