Women’s Health for Primary Care Clinicians

Our ‘Women’s Health for Primary Care Clinicians’ course provides an overview of common women’s health conditions in the primary care setting. Covering screening programmes, symptoms, history taking, assessment, diagnosis and treatment options this course will apply learned concepts and techniques to real-world scenarios.


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Key course information



A healthcare professional giving a young woman a medical asssesment.This comprehensive course, ‘Women’s Health for Primary Care Clinicians’ is designed to equip healthcare professionals with a thorough understanding of women’s health issues in primary care settings. The course covers a range of critical topics, including the significance of women’s health, common conditions, and the pivotal role of primary care professionals in the screening, diagnosis, treatment and management of conditions.

This course aims to ensure participants are updated on the latest developments in women’s health and empower clinicians with comprehensive knowledge to deliver effective and compassionate care in the realm of women’s health.



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Developed in line with UK National Standards and Guidelines (including those in England, Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland) and guidance from the NHS and NICE.




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