Thursday 26th November 2020 at 7pm GMT
The Holistic Management of Premenstrual Disorders: a Lifestyle Medicine Approach
with Dr Hannah Short
Hosted by Rohini Bajekal, Nutritionist & Board Member of Plant-Based Health Professionals UK
(CPD Accredited with 1 CPD Hour from the British Society of Lifestyle Medicine)
Why should I join this webinar?
- Learn about the evidence for diet (and micronutrients) on premenstrual disorders
- Know how to access evidence-based guidelines and peer support
- Understand the impact of lifestyle interventions on minimising premenstrual symptoms
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About the speaker
Dr Hannah Short is an NHS GP and an accredited specialist in Menopause and Premenstrual Disorders, recognised by the British Menopause Society (BMS), The International Association for Premenstrual Disorders (IAPMD) and The National Association for Premenstrual Syndromes (NAPS).
A member of the IAPMD Surgical Menopause Advisory Committee, Hannah also provides voluntary medical support for The Daisy Network (a charity dedicated to girls and women diagnosed with Premature Ovarian Insufficiency [POI]). Former Associate Editor of the BMS journal ‘Post Reproductive Health’, she has served as a trustee for NAPS as well as on the clinical board of The Primary Care Women’s Health Forum (PCWHF).
Hannah speaks widely on the topic of female hormonal health to both healthcare professionals and patient groups. She also has a keen interest in the role of plant-based nutrition in hormonal health, and has undertaken further training in Lifestyle Medicine with the Royal College of General Practitioners (RCGP). Visit drhannahshort.co.uk for more information and resources.
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This webinar lasts one hour including a Live Q&A.
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