Newson Health Research and Education shares survey findings at the British Menopause Society conference
Newson Health Research and Education presented recent survey findings at the annual conference for the British Menopause Society in Warwickshire, UK this week.
It was a delight to be able to join with other menopause specialists at the in-person return of the British Menopause Society’s annual conference held in Kenilworth, Warwickshire. The theme of the conference was ‘Menopause Care: maintaining the momentum’ and as always, there was no shortage of momentum from NHMS when it came to sharing valuable information to raise awareness of the ongoing needs of individuals experiencing perimenopause and menopause.
Dr Louise Newson joined forces with Dr Daniel Reisel, Andrew Bazeley, Kate Muir and Dr Rebecca Lewis to showcase three posters highlighting a range of different findings from surveys carried out into the perimenopause and menopause during this last year, commissioned by The Fawcett Society.
The focus of the posters included: the treatment gap that exists between large numbers of women suffering with symptoms and the small minority that actually receive hormone therapy, raising the profile of cognitive symptoms within perceptions of the menopause experience, and the impact of symptoms within the workplace that women still experience.
To read more about the survey findings, view the academic posters here: