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FSRH Clinical Guideline: Progestogen-only Pills

This guideline provides evidence-based recommendations and good practice points for health professionals on the use of progestogen-only contraceptive pills. It is intended for any health care...


Women's Health Hub Toolkit

Practical advice to help you set up a Women’s Health Hub in your area.


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Keep up to date on the latest developments in women’s health. The PCWHF Board produces a range of clinical guidelines, top tips, webinars, podcasts and more.

Top Tips

Top Tips for Managing Premature Ovarian Insufficiency in Primary Care

Top Tips for Managing Iron Deficiency and Iron Deficiency Anaemia

10 Top Tips for Cervical Screening

Top Tips for Managing Migraine in the Menopause Transition

Clinical Guidelines

The Art of HRT and Prescribing

HRT: Side effects and bleeding issues

Preconception: Optimising maternity outcomes

For Baby’s Sake Trust launches new campaign

Patient Leaflets

Health, Pregnancy and Menopause Patient Information

Neglecting women’s health at work could cost UK economy billions

UK’s first menopause education programme being launched by UCL

Menopause Mentors

Latest News

Endometriosis UK urges women with symptoms to visit GP

PCWHF Year in Review 2023

NICE publishes updated draft menopause guideline


PCWHF's public menopause campaign

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