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An exciting program of webinars for health professionals in August

For health professionals 12 Jul 2021
WHW webinar series

Webinar dates and topics:

3 August – Women Ageing Well
5 August – Vulvodynia: a multidisciplinary approach
17 August – Evidence-based Natural Therapies
31 August – Below the Belt

Women’s Health Week Webinar series

Good health is powerful – that's why, together with RACGP, we are proud to present a series of three free webinars in August in celebration of our upcoming Women’s Health Week.

  • Women Ageing Well: the role of GPs in supporting healthy ageing, menopause, anxiety & mental health – Tuesday 3 August
  • Evidence-based Natural Therapies: their safety, effectiveness and role in women's health – Tuesday 17 August
  • Below the Belt: pelvic floor physiotherapy, continence and overactive bladders – Tuesday 31 August.

With a whole host of excellent facilitators and expert multidisciplinary panels, these hot-topic evidence-based webinars are not to be missed. RACGP CPD points apply.

Read more and register.

Jean Hailes webinar on vulvodynia

We are also pleased to announce that our upcoming Jean Hailes free webinar for health professionals will focus on the topic of vulvodynia (vulval pain). This webinar has been developed to improve health professionals’ knowledge and management of this common pain condition.

Taking place online, on Thursday 5 August, experts from a multidisciplinary panel will address gaps in practice. This will provide the opportunity for health professionals (such as GPs, nurses and specialists) to upskill, develop their knowledge and confidence and, in turn, better manage the women who present with vulval pain.

The webinar is accredited with RACGP for 3 CPD activity points.

Read more and register.