| 07:30 pm – 09:00 pm
A free webinar for health professionals
Heavy menstrual bleeding is one of the most common forms of abnormal uterine bleeding. It can be disruptive to daily life and quite distressing for many women. This webinar will use case studies to explore a range of important issues relating to diagnosis and management options.
Topics covered will include:
- Terminology and classification of abnormal uterine bleeding
- Consultation essentials
- Investigation and referral
- Management options
Start times for the webinar across Australia
Time is AEDT
NSW, ACT, VIC, TAS: 7:30pm
After the webinar participants will be able to:
- Discuss the latest terminology and systems used to classify menstrual bleeding.
- Identify evidence-based treatment options for the management of heavy menstrual bleeding across the reproductive lifespan.
- Identify presentations and risk factors which require specialist referral.
RACGP QI&CPD Program
This webinar is activity number 87257. It is accredited with 3 Category 2 QI&CPD points for the 2017-19 triennium.
NOTE: This is a Category 2 activity, and does not count towards a GP's RANZCOG accreditation.
Dr Elizabeth Farrell
Elizabeth is a founding board member of Jean Hailes for Women's Health, Adjunct Honorary Senior Lecturer in the Department of Obstetrics and Gynaecology, Monash University and a Director, Consultant Gynaecologist and Medical Director at Jean Hailes for Women's Health in Melbourne. She is a Past President of the Australasian Menopause Society and also of the Asia Pacific Menopause Federation.
Dr Janine Manwaring
Janine is a consultant gynaecologist at the Jean Hailes Medical Centre in Melbourne. She works in the endosurgery and outpatient hysteroscopy clinic at the Mercy Hospital for Women and with the advanced gynaecology unit at the Women's Hospital in Melbourne.
Dr Amanda (Marnie) Newman
Marnie is a general practitioner with a special interest in women's health. She has worked as a consultant at the Jean Hailes Medical Centre since its inception over 25 years ago, as well as in general practice. Marnie specialises in managing complex patients and is actively involved in the work of the Jean Hailes Translation & Education Unit.
If you cannot attend on the night, please register anyway as we will be providing a recording of the webinar to all registrants after the event.
Download the flyer (PDF).