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PCWHF Women's Health eLearning

PCWHF Women's Health eLearning

Menopause eLearning

Heavy Menstrual Bleeding

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Heavy Menstrual Bleeding

Our Heavy Menstrual Bleeding eLearning is FREE for all clinicians.

It provides education and awareness for any members of the multi-disciplinary team who interact with those experiencing HMB.

Taking a clinical case study approach to education, with interactive quizzes, you will apply NICE guidance to the investigations, management and referral of those presenting with HMB.

You will learn

1. The physical, psychological and social impact of HMB

2. When to examine and investigate and when it’s not needed

3. Risk factors for endometrial cancer and how these affect decision-making

4. Appropriate and evidence-based referral

5. How to support women to make informed decisions about their management options


Benchmark your current learning and assess your progress.

You will receive a certificate of completion in your account once you finish any PCWHF eLearning course.

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