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Professor Susan Davis is a National Health and Medical Research Council of Australia Senior Principal Research Fellow and Professor of Women's Health in the School of Public Health and Preventive Medicine, at Monash University. In this podcast for health professionals, she discusses testosterone therapy as a treatment option for hypoactive sexual desire disorder (HSSD).
In this Healthed podcast Jean Hailes endocrinologist Dr Sonia Davison discusses non-hormonal therapies for vasomotor symptoms at menopause, other options for the treatment of sleep and mood disturbances at menopause, and options for the management of troublesome genitourinary symptoms at menopause.
In this podcast, Jean Hailes gynaecologist Dr Elizabeth Farrell speaks about the new Heavy Menstrual Bleeding Clinical Care Standard produced by the Australian Commission on Safety and Quality in Health Care and how to appropriately assess and care for women experiencing heavy menstrual bleeding.
Jean Hailes endocrinologist Dr Rosie Worsley gives her tips for a successful consultation with a woman who is experiencing menopausal symptoms.
President of the IMS Professor Susan Davis responds to The Lancet paper, a meta analysis on hormonal factors in breast cancer and menopause hormone therapy.
In this video, Dr Rosie Worsley discusses what might alert a clinician to undiagnosed PCOS and also some of the key points for consideration in a consultation, once a woman has a diagnosis of PCOS.
Dr Elizabeth Farrell, gynaecologist at Jean Hailes, talks about how you can use a menopause symptom scale in your clinical practice as a way of assessing treatment outcomes.
Jean Hailes pelvic floor physiotherapist Janetta Webb, provides clinicians with some important things to remember when seeing a women with symptoms of dyspareunia.