These promotional meetings are part of the Women’s Health Matters Educational Programme that is organised and fully funded by Bayer. Prescribing information for any Bayer products mentioned can be found at the bottom of the page and will also be available at all webinars and live meetings.

Webinars

Women’s Health Matters educational programme

Counselling for LARC

16 SEPTEMBER 2020   |   19:00 – 20:30

This webinar is part of the “Women’s Health Matters” Medical Educational programme which aims to inspire, update and support healthcare professionals with an interest in women’s health.

A letter of attendance for 1.5 hours of medical education will be available for attendees completing the webinar.

The webinar will include the following:

Contraception: The 10-minute consultation

Dr Zara Haider – Consultant in Sexual and Reproductive Health, Kingston Hospital NHS Foundation Trust

  • Understanding the challenges in delivering a comprehensive contraceptive consultation in primary care
  • Understand the importance of counselling and how to use the available counselling tools

Virtual Reality in Patient Education: Visual patient information to enable informed contraceptive choice

Dr Juhi Tandon – Clinical Director Cognitant, Salaried GP at The Simpson Centre, Buckinghamshire

  • Consider needs of women in making informed choice about LARC
  • Understand the impact of poor information on choice, experiences and satisfaction
  • Consider new methods for informing patients about LARC

Counselling Workshop

Group feedback with expert panel: Dr Diana Mansour, Dr Juhi Tandon & Dr Zara Haider

  • IUS case studies
  • Expert panel discussion

Speakers

Dr Zara Haider

Consultant in Sexual and Reproductive Health

Kingston Hospital NHS Trust London

Dr Haider is a Consultant in Sexual and Reproductive Healthcare. She graduated from Charing Cross and Westminster Medical School in 1994. She trained in Obstetrics and Gynaecology for 10 years, in the South West Thames region and spent 2 years working in Genitourinary Medicine at St. Georges Hospital and at the Haven (Sexual Assault Referral Centre) Camberwell. She completed her Subspecialty Training in Sexual and Reproductive Healthcare at the Margaret Pyke Centre in London including a year as a Darzi Fellow. She was appointed as a Consultant in Sexual and Reproductive Healthcare at Kingston Hospital in 2012.

Dr Haider is a member of FSRH Council and is the liaison between the Board of Trustees and FSRH Council. She is a Faculty Registered Trainer and Faculty Registered Trainer Advisor for South West Thames, an educational supervisor for a CSRH trainee and the past chair of the FSRH Meetings Committee.

Dr Juhi Tandon

Clinical Director Cognitant, Salaried GP

The Simpson Centre Buckinghamshire

Dr. Juhi Tandon qualified from University College London in 2005 and is a practising GP in Buckinghamshire. Juhi has a specialist interest in Women’s Health and has been running a contraception clinic in general practice for almost ten years. She also holds a dermatology diploma and is an avid educator involved with teaching the junior doctors attached to primary care. Juhi is passionate about helping patients to take control of their health enabling them to make informed decisions about their well-being. She is Clinical Director at Cognitant Group leading the clinical team, working to identify and tackle unmet needs for patients across primary and secondary care.

Dr Diana Mansour

Consultant in Community Gynaecology and Reproductive Health Care, FSRH Senior Vice President

Newcastle Hospitals , United Kingdom

Dr Diana Mansour is a Consultant in Community Gynaecology and Reproductive Health Care and Associate Clinical Lecturer at the University of Newcastle since 1997. In addition Dr Mansour is the Senior Vice President for the Faculty of Sexual and Reproductive Healthcare.

Dr Mansour was the first accredited subspecialty trainee in Community Gynaecology and Reproductive Health Care of the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists.

Dr Mansour is first author to over 90 peer-reviewed publications and has most recently published in Contraception and the BMJ SRH.

Dr Mansour’s areas of expertise include acceptability of contraceptive methods, non-contraceptive benefits of contraception, development of long-term methods of contraception, changes in health service provision, medical management of menstrual disorders and management of the menopause.

Increasing access to LARC

30 SEPTEMBER 2020   |   19:00 – 20:30

This webinar is part of the “Women’s Health Matters” Medical Educational programme which aims to inspire, update and support healthcare professionals with an interest in women’s health.

A letter of attendance for 1.5 hours of medical education will be available for attendees completing the webinar.

The webinar will include the following:

Increasing LARC – Making it work

Dr Anne Connolly – GPSI Gynaecology, CCG Board lead for maternity, children and young people, NHS Bradford

  • Understand how collaborative working fits into the NHS long term plan
  • Current environment – delivering holistic women’s health care across the reproductive age
  • Understanding the new PHE indicator for LARC provision

Northern Ireland Federation Model to increase access to LARC

Dr Ursula Mason – Elective Care Lead for Gynaecology, Eastern Federations

Commissioning via Primary Care Networks to improve access to LARC

James Woolgar – Local Authority Commissioner, Liverpool

Speakers

Dr Anne Connolly

GPSI gynaecology, CCG Board lead for maternity, children and young people

NHS Bradford

Having survived a two year posting to a mission hospital in rural Zimbabwe, Anne returned to General Practice in inner-city Bradford in 1990 and is currently working as a GP providing care for asylum seekers, refugees, homeless and sex workers.
She is a GPSI in gynaecology , accredited as a hysteroscopist, colposcopist and FSRH trainer. She has been involved with commissioning since 2006 and is Bradford City CCG clinical board member with remit for maternity, women’s, children and young people’s healthcare.

Anne is chair of the PCWHF and RCGP Clinical Champion for Women’s Health. She is also co-editor of Women’s Health in Primary Care.

Dr Ursula Mason

Elective Care Lead for Gynaecology, Eastern Federations

Belfast

Dr Ursula Mason is a GP in Carryduff, a suburban practice close to Belfast. She has interests in women’s health, prescribing and education. In 2017 Dr Mason became involved in the design and set up of primary care gynaecology clinics within Belfast. Since then these successful clinics have rolled out to other areas in Northern Ireland delivering clinical capacity, peer support and training to primary care colleagues

Mr James Woolgar

Local Authority Commissioner

Liverpool

As the commissioning lead for Sexual Health for Liverpool, I have a wealth of experience working at a local, regional and now national level. I am responsible for designing and commissioning a wide range of services and for leading a series of programmes and strategic groups to address sexual ill-health. I have developed excellent relationships with providers in order to improve the way we deliver services and achieve better quality outcomes for patients and the wider population.

I am Chair of the Liverpool Sexual Health Strategic Network which is developing a new sexual health strategy for the city, and am leading the work on Liverpool’s HIV and Aids Eradication Plan and led on Liverpool’s recent bid to declare itself a HIV Fast Track City.

I have led on a number of redesign and integration programmes and have recently presented at the EHSHCG to highlight a new approach to LARC in Primary Care which was developed to improve the local provision offered through Pharmacies and GPs.

I am committed to developing sexual health services for the people that we serve and now have the privilege of representing the North of England on the English HIV & Sexual Health Commissioners Group (EHSHCG) nationally.

 

What’s new, what’s important in Menopause and Heavy Menstrual Bleeding?

14 OCTOBER 2020   |   19:00 – 20:30

This webinar is part of the “Women’s Health Matters” Medical Educational programme which aims to inspire, update and support healthcare professionals with an interest in women’s health.

A letter of attendance for 1.5 hours of medical education will be available for attendees completing the webinar.

The webinar will include the following:

Heavy Menstrual Bleeding

Dr Sarah Gray – GP specialist in Women’s Health, Cornwall

Menopause and Hormone Replacement Therapy (HRT)

Dr Diana Mansour – Consultant in Community Gynaecology and Reproductive Healthcare, Newcastle Hospitals

Open discussion session – ask the experts

Your questions answered

Speakers

Dr Sarah Gray

GP specialist in Women’s Health

Cornwall, United Kingdom

Sarah Gray has spent over 30 years delivering Women’s Health in Primary Care settings. She ran an NHS menopause referral clinic for 15 years until this was decommissioned to save funding costs in 2016. She now provides support to GP practices in Cornwall, but most clinical work has moved to the private sector.

Sarah was a British Menopause Society Council Member for 10 years. She helped to develop NICE guidance and quality standards for Heavy Menstrual Bleeding. Currently she provides clinical governance to the public heath arm of Cornwall Council, is a director of the Primary Care Women’s Health Forum and a Training Program Director for the Faculty of Sexual and Reproductive Health.

Dr Diana Mansour

Consultant in Community Gynaecology and Reproductive Health Care, FSRH Senior Vice President

Newcastle Hospitals , United Kingdom

Dr Diana Mansour is a Consultant in Community Gynaecology and Reproductive Health Care and Associate Clinical Lecturer at the University of Newcastle since 1997. In addition Dr Mansour is the Senior Vice President for the Faculty of Sexual and Reproductive Healthcare.

Dr Mansour was the first accredited subspecialty trainee in Community Gynaecology and Reproductive Health Care of the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists.

Dr Mansour is first author to over 90 peer-reviewed publications and has most recently published in Contraception and the BMJ SRH.

Dr Mansour’s areas of expertise include acceptability of contraceptive methods, non-contraceptive benefits of contraception, development of long-term methods of contraception, changes in health service provision, medical management of menstrual disorders and management of the menopause.