Recorded webinars

Making younger women aware of intrauterine contraception

Making younger women aware of intrauterine contraception

Recorded May 12th 2021 | 7.00pm - 8.30pm

Description

This recorded webinar is part of the “Women’s Health Matters” Medical Educational programme which aims to inspire, update and support healthcare professionals with an interest in women’s health.

 

Learning objectives

 

  • Leeds and Manchester experience with and advice for offering Kyleena® (19.5 mg intrauterine delivery system Levonorgestrel)
  • Tailoring contraceptive choice
  • The value of remote counselling and consultations

Speakers

Dr Asha Kasliwal

 

Clinical Director and Consultant in Community Gynaecology & Reproductive Healthcare

Dr Asha Kasliwal

Dr Asha Kasliwal is the President of the Faculty of Sexual and Reproductive Healthcare (FSRH) of the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists (RCOG). As President, she is able to combine her passion for women’s health with the opportunity to influence on a national platform.

 

She is based in Manchester and works as a Consultant in Community Gynaecology and Reproductive Healthcare and Clinical lead for the citywide contraceptive and community gynaecology service.

 

Dr Kasliwal has driven an ambitious modernisation programme in Manchester and has championed multidisciplinary working with medical support to extend the role of nurses.

 

Dr Kasliwal’s areas of expertise include community gynaecology, quality of care and clinical standards, support for commissioning contraception and sexual health services, menopause and hormone replacement therapy. She has been a specialist member on the NICE committees which published Quality Standards for ‘Contraceptive Services’ and ‘Sexual Health’.

 

Dr Madeleine Crow

 

ST5 registrar in Community Sexual and Reproductive Health

Dr Madeleine Crow

Madeleine is a ST5 registrar in Community Sexual and Reproductive Health in Leeds. She studied medicine at the University of Birmingham medical school but moved to West Yorkshire for foundation year training.

 

After a year out of practice to obtain an MSc at London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine in Sexual and Reproductive Healthcare Research, Madeleine started community sexual and reproductive health specialty training in Leeds.

 

She has a special interest in outreach work, menopausal medicine and postnatal contraception.

 

Dr Farah Chaudhry

 

Consultant in Sexual and Reproductive Health in Leeds Community Healthcare NHS Trust

Dr Farah Chaudhry

Dr Farah Chaudhry returned home to Yorkshire having studied in Cambridge and completing her training in London. She worked as a GP in Leeds for 10 years with an interest in Women’s Health which subsequently evolved into a full-time career in SRH. Farah has had a varied career and has worked as Consultant SRH and Contraceptive lead at Salford Royal, Bradford & Kirklees Sexual Health services.

 

Farah is delighted to now be working as Consultant SRH for Leeds Sexual Health and Surgeon for Leeds BPAS, in her home-town.

 

Throughout her practice, Farah has maintained an interest and passion for training and development. She has been CEU Guideline Fellow, Joint Faculty Regional Training Advisor for Yorkshire & Humber, General Training Programme Director, MFSRH Examiner, SAS Tutor and CESR Evaluator for the FSRH. Farah is a busy parent to 3 lovely daughters who are a constant reminder of the important things in life.

 

Recorded May 12th 2021 | 7.00pm - 8.30pm

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