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Contraception for women aged 40 and over: key considerations

Wed, Mar 16, 2022 · 1:00 PM · London
About This Webinar

This session will be presented by Dr Katie Boog.

When do you no longer need contraception?
What contraception is safe in individuals over 40?
Can you use contraception alongside or instead of HRT?
What is the advice about extended use of LARC in older individuals?

Individuals aged over 40 have different contraception requirements because the safety profile for contraception is different to that of younger women, and contraception may alleviate or masks symptoms of perimenopause. This presentation will give you an understanding of:
- how to assess the risk:benefit of contraceptive options in individuals over 40
- how and when to stop contraception
- how and when to use contraception alongside HRT
to give you the knowledge and skills to confidently discuss these questions with your patients.

Who can view: Everyone
Webinar Price: Free
Featured Presenters
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Clinical Team lead
RGN
MSc Women’s Health
DFSRH and Faculty registered trainer
Clinical Team leader for Sexual Health SW London
Webinar hosting presenter
Consultant in Community Sexual and Reproductive Health (NHS Fife) Co Director of the Faculty of Sexual and Reproductive Health Clinical Effectiveness Unit
Katie Boog MBChB MFSRH Dip GU-Med PGA Med Ed SRH

Katie is a Consultant in Community Sexual and Reproductive Health in NHS Fife, where she is also the lead for the Fife Vasectomy Service and Fife Deep Implant service.

Katie is also the Co Director of the Faculty of Sexual and Reproductive Health Clinical Effectiveness Unit, leading on guidance dissemination and CEU guidance-related education and audit products. She is currently writing the new FSRH intrauterine contraception guideline.

Her special interests include complex contraception, sexually transmitted infections and medical education, with a particular interest in making guidance and evidence accessible and relatable to clinicians and she has designed and delivered SRH learning activities at both local and national level in a wide range of formats. She is the FSRH General Training Programme Director for Fife.

Katie also holds roles in recruitment and assessment of the SRH workforce. She is the Community Sexual and Reproductive Health lead for the Multi Specialty Recruitment Assessment, is on the interview panel for CSRH specialty training and is an OSCE examiner and question writer for the FSRH Membership exam.
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