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Natural therapies in women’s health

This webinar aims to improve health professionals’ knowledge and understanding of the use of natural therapies in women’s health. The presenters look at evidence-based natural therapies, their safety and effectiveness in supporting women’s health including treatments for PMS, endometriosis, menopause and PCOS, and the risks and benefits of integrative approaches including supplements, diet and exercise.

Last updated: 10 February 2022 | Last reviewed: 30 September 2021


CPD Information

Learning outcomes:
  1. Describe examples of safe and effective natural therapies for treatment for women across PCOS, menopause, PMS and endometriosis
  2. Describe how evidence based integrative and natural therapies can be used when treating a patient across PCOS, menopause, PMS and endometriosis
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