A new research study is inviting clinicians, researchers and women who have experienced menopause to provide input on what symptoms should be measured in clinical trials for menopausal symptoms.
Previously, research trials have measured a wide range of different outcomes. This makes it difficult to compare treatments and limits the relevance of these studies for clinicians and their patients.
The new study, the COMMA Menopause Survey, will standardise this process by developing a 'Core Outcome Set' of measures for future clinical trials in menopause.
You can participate in the study by completing a short survey about what menopausal symptoms are most important to you.
The responses to the survey will be used to develop a new Core Outcome Set reflecting the views of clinicians and women.
The survey takes about 10 minutes and all those who complete the survey will be included in a draw for a $200 Westfield voucher.
Start the survey and find more information here.