In 2021, the Primary Care Women’s Health Forum will deliver its Annual Conference from the safety of a virtual environment.
Join us on the day to improve your practice in women’s health, interact with the attendees and ask questions of the speakers. If you can’t make the event, or get called away, you can watch on demand for up to two weeks after the event.
What to expect
Our speakers, including Dr Anne Connolly, James Woolgar, Dr Virginia Beckett, Dr Caroline Gazet, Dr Toni Hazell, and Dr Victoria Barber will look at the evidence on a variety of women’s health issues, and translate this into practical guidance and useful tips for your own practice. Key topics include:
- Improving access to LARC and developing wider reproductive health hubs
- PCOS as a public health issue
- Abortion care
- AUB guidance
- Early diagnosis of ovarian cancer
- Women and HIV
The virtual event will be delivered through a mixture of live sessions and small group workshops by experts in the field who are either delivering services in primary care, or working closely with those who do. There will be an opportunity to network with colleagues virtually and earn CPD points.
Watch on demand
Don’t forget, if you can’t attend on the day, the platform will remain open for two weeks to give you time to watch at your leisure. All presentations will be available on demand to watch in this period.
This event is intended for UK healthcare professionals only.
It is the intention of the Primary Care Women’s Health Forum to have exhibitors from the pharmaceutical industry in attendance at this virtual conference, they will take virtual exhibition stands in the Exhibitor area. Their details will be added to this page between now and the event date of 24 February. Please check back regularly to inform yourself of the pharmaceutical companies that will be in attendance.