Newson Health holds menopause training day for GPs and nurses

Published: 4th June 2019

Newson Health's first Menopause Education Day took place on Wednesday 22nd May. The event sold out as 40 GPs and nurses gathered here at Winton House to hear from six prominent specialists, speaking on a range of topics that can affect women during the perimenopause and menopause. Topics included hair loss, endometriosis, recurring urinary tract infections, vaginal dryness and different ways of managing the menopause for women who have had breast cancer.

Our own Dr Louise Newson and Dr Rebecca Lewis both gave a presentation on the day - with Dr Newson discussing Primary Ovarian Insufficiency and Dr Lewis speaking about depression and the menopause. These are both such important topics and very relevant for healthcare professionals working in primary care.

The information that the healthcare professionals were able to take away from the specialists is so important and it is crucial that they in turn take what they have learnt back to their surgeries. This way we can help more women than ever have a positive experience during their perimenopause and menopause.

We have received a vast amount of positive feedback since the event, one GP stated, “This was one of the most inspiring and informative study days I have been on in a long time – more please!”

Due to the success of this event, we are currently planning our second Menopause Education Day. This event will take place around September/October and will be held in a larger venue allowing us to reach a greater number of healthcare professionals. 

If you are a healthcare professional and would like more information about future educational events and courses please email