Womens health

Webinar: Cervical screening

Dr Jyoti Kathuria presented a pictorial review of the cervix - the good (normal varient), the bad (abnormal, benign) and the ugly (abnormal, suspicious of mailgnancy). This was developed in response to referrals to secondary services from GP's where she was seeing a lot of referals with normal smear but abnormal looking cervix.

Osteoporosis update - Ian Reid

Distinguished Professor Ian Reid talks about Osteoporosis New Zealand's Guidance on Diagnosing and Managing Osteoporosis in New Zealand.

Jadelle® : Progesterone-only implant contraception

Jadelle® is a long-acting reversible contraception (LARC) initially approved for use in the US in 1996.  Jadelle®is now approved in more than 44 countries and used by more than 3 million women worldwide.

By the end of the course you will be able to:

MercyAscot - Gynae, Upper GI and Uro Update

Drs Anil Sharma, Grant Beban, Richard Babor and Anna Lawrence, specialists at MercyAscot present a full day seminar on the challenges of managing Gynae, Upper GI and Uro patients in primary care, including managing common gynaecological problems, upper GI and bariatirc issues, obessity and its effect on the urinary tract.

Women's Health seminar 2016

This free one day seminar brought to you by Goodfellow and the Auckland Faculty of RNZCGP will provide clinical updates and guidance supporting excellence in general practice

Relative energy deficiency (RED-S): recognition & management

The term “female athlete triad” has been used for several decades to describe an association between disordered eating, an irregular menstrual cycle and impaired bone health. While disordered eating and low energy availability clearly has an effect on a woman’s menstrual cycle and bone health, almost every system in the body can also be involved. It can affect metabolic rate, immunity and protein synthesis as well as cardiovascular and psychological health.

Female urinary incontinence - Dr Anil Sharma

Dr Anil Sharma talks about the issue of female urinary incontinence. Anil is a Gynaecologist with a special interest in uro-gynaecology who works at Ascot Central in Auckland.

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Managing post menopausal bleeding - Dr Anil Sharma

Dr Anil Sharma gives us his top tips for managing post menopausal bleeding. Dr Sharma is a Gynaecologist at Ascot central in Auckland.

     

     

Abnormal Uterine Bleeding - Dr Anil Sharma

Rachel Jones talks to Dr Anil Sharma about abnormal uterine bleeding. Dr Sharma is a Gynaecologist at Ascot Central in Auckland.

    

   

   

Osteoporosis with Prof Ian Reid

2015: Professor Ian Reid an international expert on bone disease, discusses the latest on osteoporosis. Ian is a Professor of Medicine and Endocrinology at the University of Auckland and an international expert and research award winner in osteoporosis.

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