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Train the trainers educational day

Providing an evidence-based update for trainers of intrauterine techniques

     

    Part 1 - Giving your trainee tailored and innovative IUS counselling skills, to enable their patients to make informed decisions – Back to Basics

     
    Author/Uploaded by

    Dr Diana Mansour, Consultant in Community Gynaecology and Reproductive Health Care

     

    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.

     

    The webinar will provide an evidence-based update for trainers of intrauterine techniques on:

    • Giving your trainee tailored and innovative IUS counselling skills, to enable their patients to make informed decisions – Back to Basics

     

    Part 2 - The bigger picture: service delivery and the roles of the wider workforce

     
    Author/Uploaded by

    By Dr Radhika Vohra, NHS and Private GP



     



    Learning objectives:




    • The contraceptive needs for younger patients
    • The effect of COVID-19 on contraception policy
    • What is Kyleena (19.5mg levonorgestrel) and when is it indicated?
    • Differences between Mirena (52mg levonorgestrel) and Kyleena (19.5mg levonorgestrel)
    • How to tackle common myths regarding IUDs
    • Factors affecting contraceptive choices in younger patients

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    Part 1 - Giving your trainee tailored and innovative IUS counselling skills, to enable their patients to make informed decisions – Back to Basics

    Dr Diana Mansour, Consultant in Community Gynaecology and Reproductive Health Care

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    Part 2 – The bigger picture: service delivery and the roles of the wider workforce

    Dr Kate Armitage, MB BCh , DRCOG, DipGUM, PGA Med Ed, MRCGP, FFSRH GP

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