Polycystic Ovary Syndrome
In this speaker session filmed at Guidelines Live 2022, Dr Anne Connolly presents polycystic ovary syndrome cases typically seen in primary care to gain an understanding of the pathophysiology of the condition; and appreciate the need for personalised management of short-term effects, fertility concerns, the psychological impact on patients, and long-term health risks.
Complement your learning by accessing our range of clinical Guidelines summaries on women’s health and sexual health, which cover topics including menopause, urinary tract infection, breast cancer, pregnancy and breastfeeding, contraception, and sexually transmitted infection.
Keen to Learn More About Women's Health? Read These Guidelines in Practice Expert Articles:
- Heavy Menstrual Bleeding: What’s the Diagnosis? by Debra Holloway
- Polycystic Ovary Syndrome Requires Long-term Holistic Care, by Dr Anne Connolly
- Abnormal Uterine Bleeding: Management in COVID-19 and Beyond, by Dr Anne Connolly
View our Guidelines Live 2022 special companion editions of Guidelines and Guidelines in Practice, produced to provide further information on sessions covered in the main agenda.
New Reflection Record
Reflection is important for continuous learning and development, and is a critical part of the revalidation process for UK healthcare professionals. Our new Reflection Record is designed to help you reflect on your learning after reading a Guidelines summary or a Guidelines in Practice article, or after viewing a Guidelines in Practice video. Click here to access the Reflection Record and add it to your personal development portfolio.
Guidelines Live is a must-attend live event focussed on essential guidance-related continuing professional development (CPD). Developed by specialist GPs and GP appraisers, Guidelines Live 2023 will feature 12 clinical streams of educational sessions on the latest clinical guidance for the whole primary care team, including GPs, nurses, and pharmacists. Dedicate 2 days to your continuing professional development by registering to attend Guidelines Live 2023 at the summer offer rate of only £49.
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The Primary Care Women’s Health Forum
This Guidelines Live session was supported by the Primary Care Women’s Health Forum (PCWHF), a group of 10,000 healthcare professionals with a special interest in women’s health. The PCWHF aims to promote and progress standards in women’s health in primary care through education, resources, and events, and lobbies on behalf of its members to determine future strategic direction and policymaking for women’s health. Find out more about the PCWHF.