Released 24th November and Available on Demand
It’s time to transform women’s health.
Women’s health disorders are increasing at a rapid rate due to gene-environment interactions, changes in microbiome, socio-economic and climate change factors creating significant health risk throughout the lifespan.
Health needs of women change throughout their lifespan. Investing in women’s health is investing in the health of current and future generations.1
According to the National Health Survey: 3
- 75% of the Australian population diagnosed with multiple sclerosis are women 2
- 26% of women reported one chronic disease
- 23% reported two or more conditions (multimorbidity)
- 83% of Australian women reported chronic disease when aged over 65 years
- 43% reported chronic disease during their reproductive years (<45 years)
Expanding clinical knowledge is a must for practitioners wishing to excel in the management of women’s health.
Join leading NEM experts in this on-demand learning module (released 24 November 2022) and learn how to adopt a preventive approach to reducing the long-term impact of complex health disorders across successive generations 4
Get first-hand clinical experience and knowledge on the hidden drivers of complex women’s health disorders including diet, nutrition, genetics, environmental factors, and the human microbiome.
Become and industry expert on:
- How to conduct a complex women’s health risk assessment
- How to interpret pathology testing and investigations
- Protocol and prescribing explanations
- Clinical insights for improved clinical outcomes
- downloadable PDF of presenter’s slides, clinical handouts, and support materials
- evidence-based research summary including links to referenced research papers
- Case study discussion and clinical gems from leading women’s health experts
PLUS a live Q&A session with the speakers will be held on the 15th December 2022.
- Evaluate treatment strategies for women’s health conditions in reproductive years
- Evaluate treatment strategies for complex women’s health conditions
- Summarise evidence-based lifestyle interventions that can assist in the management of symptoms associated with complex women’s health conditions
- Design a comprehensive management plan using diet, nutrition, lifestyle and endocrine regulation,
Act now and register today!
1 Giudice, LC, Llamas-Clark, EF, DeNicola, N, et al; the FIGO Committee on Climate Change, Toxic Environmental Exposures. Climate change, women’s health, and the role of obstetricians and gynecologists in leadership. Int J Gynecol Obstet. 2021; 155: 345– 356. doi:https://doi.org/10.1002/ijgo.13958
2 Multiple Sclerosis Society Australia. MS risk is increasingly affecting women why? Retrieved 22/02/2022 from https://www.msaustralia.org.au/news/ms-risk-increasing-for-women/
3 Byles J, Hockey R, McLaughlin D, Dobson A, Brown W, Loxton D, et al.. Chronic conditions, physical function and health care use: findings from the Australian Longitudinal Study on Women’s Health. 2015.
4 Harris, M. L., Egan, N., Forder, P. M., & Loxton, D. (2021). Increased chronic disease prevalence among the younger generation: Findings from a population-based data linkage study to inform chronic disease ascertainment among reproductive-aged Australian women. PloS one, 16(8), e0254668. https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0254668
24th, November 2022