Join renowned experts Professor Rodney Baber AM and Professor Jayashri Kulkarni AM along with host and Jean Hailes GP Dr Tessa King as they discuss the impacts of menopause on mental health.
By the end of this activity, participants will be able to:
- recognise common symptoms such as brain fog, anxiety and depression that affect many women during the menopause transition
- understand that mental health and cognitive symptoms may be present without vasomotor symptoms during the menopause transition
- understand the impacts of hormones on the brain during the menopause transition
- evaluate the benefits and risks of menopausal hormone therapy (MHT) for the management of mental health symptoms during the menopause transition.
Recording this activity for CPD points or hours
Jean Hailes education activities can be used to fulfill the CPD requirements of many registered health professions.
Depending on your profession, you may need to keep a record of the following: event date, provider, your learning needs, type of activity, content details, learning outcomes, reflection on the activity and CPD hours.
RACGP’s CPD Program
The RACGP activity ID number for this webinar is 417741. It is accredited with RACGP for 1.5 hours of Educational Activity (EA).
This activity does not count towards a GP’s RANZCOG accreditation.
On completion of Jean Hailes’ education activities, you can fill out an online evaluation survey, after which your certificate of completion or attendance will be emailed to you for your CPD record.
To provide direct feedback to the RACGP about this activity, download the RACGP feedback form.
- Brain fog in menopause: a health-care professional’s guide for decision-making and counseling on cognition
- Development and validation of a new rating scale for perimenopausal depression – Meno-D (PDF)
- MENO-D score sheet (PDF)
- How To Treat: Perimenopausal depression (PDF)
- The many faces of anxiety – Jean Hailes health professional article
To receive a certificate of completion and/or RACGP CPD hours, complete the evaluation survey below: