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WellFemme Founder Dr Kelly Teagle is excited to present this seminar for GP’s wanting to up-skill in perimenopause and menopause. She is joined by WellFemme colleague Dr Lynda Newman to bring you the latest research and evidence when prescribing for perimenopause and menopause.
In this seminar you'll learn how to:
- Review the definitions and diagnosis of perimenopause and menopause
- Describe the hormonal changes occurrIng during the menopause transition
- Summarise the latest evidence regarding MHT safety
- Outline the best-practice approach to MHT prescribing, and
- Discuss case examples with reference to evidence based prescribing
ABOUT DR KELLY TEAGLE
Dr Kelly Teagle is a GP in Canberra specialising in Women’s health. She graduated in Medicine from the University of Queensland in 2001 and worked in the Royal Australian Air Force as a Medical Officer until 2010. As a civilian GP she gained Fellowship of the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners and developed her interest in women’s medicine.
Dr Teagle is the Founder and Principal of WellFemme, Australia's first Telehealth Menopause Clinic. She also sees patients at her Canberra practices, writes blog articles and is a women’s health speaker.
ABOUT DR LINDA NEWMAN
Lynda is a GP in Canberra. She graduated from Melbourne University in 1991, completed a Diploma of Obstetrics and Gynaecology in 1994 and obtained her Fellow of the Royal College of General Practitioners in 1996. Dr Newman worked in emergency medicine for fourteen years. A serious illness in 2015 caused her to leave the hectic environment of the emergency department and return to general practice where her focus is on the management and prevention of chronic illness. This led seamlessly to the management of menopause, an area where Dr Newman feels there is so much more that could be done to improve a woman’s quality of life and prevent disease in the future. Outside of medicine Lynda is interested in all things outdoors – bushwalking, cross country skiing, paddling and travel.