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Forum proceedings: Spontaneous early menopause webinar

Healthtalk Australia, Monash University & RMIT University in partnership with Women’s Health Victoria
Published: 30 October 2020

Early menopause can occur either spontaneously (often without a known cause) or as a result of medical treatment, particularly for cancers. Held on 19 October, this webinar was an opportunity to hear from clinicians with expertise in early menopause to talk about the social impact and also hear first-hand from a woman about the lived experience aspects of early menopause.

This webinar is part of the HealthTalk Australia Early Menopause project, created by Healthtalk Australia, Monash University & RMIT University in partnership with Women’s Health Victoria and other organisations involved in supporting women with early menopause.

Access the webinar recording here (https://youtu.be/Nm-cY11kfcM) (duration 59 minutes)

Presenters included:

The presentations were followed by a Q&A facilitated by Dr Rhonda Garad, Senior Lecturer and Research Fellow at Monash Centre for Health Research and Implementation. 

There are two more webinars in this series on Early Menopause:

Additional resources

An infographic, Early Menopause Essentials: Managing early menopause, created by the Centre for Research Excellence in Women’s Health in Reproductive Life (as seen in Prof Amanda Vincent’s presentation and shared with her permission) is available online here and as a PDF.

Citation:

Healthtalk Australia, Monash University & RMIT University (2020) Spontanious Early Menopause: proceedings of webinar held 19 October 2020 [video recording] Women’s Health Victoria. Melbourne. 


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