Join us for an interesting and informative symposium of women’s health updates from internationally-renowned experts.
||Following the success of the virtual WHC Annual Symposium in December 2020 we are delighted to confirm that our 31st Annual Symposium on women’s health will also be offered as a virtual meeting this year.A full programme of lectures will provide up-to-date evidence-based menopause and post reproductive health education. Health professional delegates will also have access to a virtual exhibition of pharmaceutical and healthcare companies showcasing their latest products, with literature and short videos.
Delegates will have access to pre-recorded videos of all the lectures, with lecture slides, from 17 November to 5 December 2021. A live Q&A webinar will then be held at 1600 on Tuesday 30 November 2021, providing an opportunity to ask questions and reinforce learning. There will be the facility to submit questions via the symposium webpage, in the moment while viewing the lectures, for discussion during the Q&A webinar. The live Q&A webinar will also be recorded and made available shortly after the event to watch at your convenience.
The symposium carries 6 CPD credits.
Whilst we will miss welcoming delegates in person again this year, the virtual WHC annual symposium offers all the benefits of high-quality WHC education while recognising the current challenges we are all still facing.
|Who should attend:
||The symposium is open to all health professionals – GPs, clinic doctors, gynaecologists, specialist and practice nurses, SRH specialists, O&G and GP trainees. We also welcome anyone allied to the health profession with an interest in women’s health.
||Registration is not yet open for the symposium. In the meantime please register your interest:
This meeting is financially supported in part by the pharmaceutical industry through sponsorship but it has no influence over the meeting programme. All lecturers are required to make a formal declaration of interests at the beginning of their presentation.