This course explores the historical and epidemiological aspects of the menopause. It seeks to develop an improved understanding of the physiology and pathophysiology of menopause thereby better enabling the student to provide competent advice on the overall management of menopausal signs, symptomatology, treatment and sequelae.
By the end of this course we expect that you will have:
A better understanding of the historical and epidemiology aspects of the menopause
An improved understanding of the physiology and pathophysiology of menopause
The ability to provide competent and balanced advice on the overall management of menopausal signs, symptomatology and sequelae
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