Informal Invitation from Climacteric
International Menopause Society
by Martin Derbyshire
5d ago
There is a scarcity of research on menopause and its effects on health and quality of life in midlife women in low- and middle-income countries (LMICs). There is also very little information on either menopause knowledge in midlife women in these countries, or the availability and use of medication and other treatments for dealing with menopausal symptoms in poorly resourced environments. Climacteric, the official journal of the International Menopause Society, will therefore be publishing a special themed edition, ‘Menopause in low- and middle-income countries (LMICs)’, in June 2025 that will ..read more
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CAMS Menopause Hour – A Practical Approach to Management of Menopause – Webinar
International Menopause Society
by Martin Derbyshire
5d ago
The third in a new webinar series called “CAMS Menopause Hour” will take place online on the 28th March at 3:00pm (CET) hosted by the Canadian Menopause Society. Click the image below to book your place. The post CAMS Menopause Hour – A Practical Approach to Management of Menopause – Webinar appeared first on International Menopause Society ..read more
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CAMS Menopause Hour – The Clinical Management and Risk of Postmenopausal Osteoporosis – Webinar
International Menopause Society
by Martin Derbyshire
1M ago
The second in a new webinar series called “CAMS Menopause Hour” will take place online on the 29th February at 3:00pm (CET) hosted by the Italian Menopause Society. Please Note: This webinar will be presented in Italian.  Click the image below to book your place. The post CAMS Menopause Hour – The Clinical Management and Risk of Postmenopausal Osteoporosis – Webinar appeared first on International Menopause Society ..read more
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Hormones and Stroke: An update on treatment and risk – Webinar
International Menopause Society
by Martin Derbyshire
1M ago
The thirty ninth in the series of IMS Webinars entitled “Hormones and Stroke: An update on treatment and risk” will be held on 20th February 2024 at 15:00hrs (CEST). A recording of the Webinar will be available at https://www.imsociety.org/education/webinars/ soon after the event plus you can watch all previous webinars there now. To register for the upcoming webinar and to join on the day, please click on the image below.   Register Now The post Hormones and Stroke: An update on treatment and risk – Webinar appeared first on International Menopause Society ..read more
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Young Scholars Travel Bursary Awards
International Menopause Society
by Martin Derbyshire
2M ago
The IMS is pleased to invite applications for the 19th World Congress on Menopause Young Scholars Bursary. There are twenty bursary packages available that include: Complimentary registration to the World Congress; Contribution to travel costs (flights, accommodation and transfers)-please see the table in the application package for reimbursement offered by region; The opportunity to co-chair an abstract oral communication session with an Expert Commentator at the World Congress; The opportunity to participate in the Menopause Olympics at the World Congress; and Complimentary one-year Associa ..read more
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CAMS Menopause Hour – Perimenopause: A Clinical Challenge – Webinar
International Menopause Society
by Martin Derbyshire
2M ago
The first in a new webinar series called “CAMS Menopause Hour” will take place online on the 25th January at 3:00pm (CET) hosted by the German and Swiss Menopause Society. Click the image below to book your place. The post CAMS Menopause Hour – Perimenopause: A Clinical Challenge – Webinar appeared first on International Menopause Society ..read more
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First Lady of the United States, Jill Biden, and actress Halle Berry visit IMS Treasurer, Pauline Maki, in Chicago
International Menopause Society
by Martin Derbyshire
3M ago
Professor Pauline Maki, IMS Treasurer, received a visit from the First Lady of the United States Dr. Jill Biden and actress Halle Berry at the University of Illinois Chicago. The visit included a roundtable talk and emphasized the need for more research and funding for women’s health and menopause. Learn more about the visit via this newsclip: The post First Lady of the United States, Jill Biden, and actress Halle Berry visit IMS Treasurer, Pauline Maki, in Chicago appeared first on International Menopause Society ..read more
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Approach to Bone Health in the Perimenopause and Postmenopause? – Webinar
International Menopause Society
by Martin Derbyshire
3M ago
The thirty eighth in the series of IMS Webinars entitled “Approach to Bone Health in the Perimenopause and Postmenopause?” will be held on 16th January 2024 at 15:00hrs (CEST). A recording of the Webinar will be available at https://www.imsociety.org/education/webinars/ soon after the event plus you can watch all previous webinars there now. To register for the upcoming webinar and to join on the day, please click on the image below.   Register Now The post Approach to Bone Health in the Perimenopause and Postmenopause? – Webinar appeared first on International M ..read more
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19th World Congress on Menopause – Registration now open!
International Menopause Society
by Martin Derbyshire
4M ago
IMS is excited to announce that registration for the 19th World Congress on Menopause is now open! The congress focuses on Menopause, offering a diverse range of sessions covering the latest advancements in the field of Women’s Health. From keynote speeches by esteemed professionals to interactive sessions and poster presentations, there’s something for everyone eager to stay at the forefront of medical innovation. Early bird registration is now open, offering the lowest rates. Don’t miss this opportunity to secure your spot at one of the most anticipated medical events of the year! You can pr ..read more
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British Menopause Society’s response to the NICE guidelines update
International Menopause Society
by Martin Derbyshire
5M ago
The NICE guideline: Menopause – Diagnosis and Management published in 2015 was a significant turning point in both raising awareness of the importance of menopause and in providing direction in management. However, updating is timely and very much welcomed. It is well recognised that menopause care should be individualised as is emphasised, and so it is essential that women are aware of all treatment options. Greater emphasis on the importance and effectiveness of CBT is well placed, along with clear balancing of benefits and risks of HRT. Genitourinary symptoms of menopause continue to be ver ..read more
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