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Women's Health

The Women's Health Programme covers a wide range of topics in a variety of formats with a multi-disciplinary approach. The aim is to provide high quality education in topics of women's health for GPs, practice nurses and other healthcare professionals in a timely, accessible manner that is applicable, responsive and relevant to day-to-day workload.

The functions of the Women's Health Programme are to:

  • Provide educational support for primary care professionals providing women's health care
  • Contribute to the college's policy development in this area
  • Present the GP perspective on women's health in consultations with external agencies


Ensuring that patient care for menopause consultations is based on the most up-to-date clinical guidelines.
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Addressing the latest evidence base to ensure that patient care for contraception consultations is based on the most up-to-date clinical guidelines.
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Community Gynaecology

This interactive, blended learning programme designed to provide the participant with a sound understanding of common gynaecological presentations in general practice.
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Long Acting Reversible Contraceptives (LARC) include the progesterone-releasing systems, copper-containing intrauterine devices, and the subdermal implant.
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Termination of Pregnancy

Clinical Support for Termination of Pregnancy in General Practice
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Consent forms, procedure records and patient information leaflets to support insertion of long-acting reversible contraception (LARC)
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