Menopause: an introduction for pharmacy professionals

Menopause: an introduction for pharmacy professionals (2024)

Men's health: Lower Urinary Tract symptoms case study

Men's health: Erectile dysfunction case study

Vulvovaginal candidiasis in pregnancy

Vulvovaginal candidiasis (VVC) – or vaginal thrush – is common during pregnancy. Topical antifungal treatments are considered suitable to use during pregnancy, but must be used under GP or midwife supervision. This CPD module explores the risk factors for VVC and reviews the latest NICE guidance on diagnosis and treatment during pregnancy.

Menopause: an introduction for pharmacy professionals

This e-learning programme aims to support pharmacy professionals to increase their knowledge and awareness of menopause and perimenopause to enable them to have initial conversations with those who need support. As you work through this e-learning, you will begin to formulate a toolkit of useful resources and references that will help support your menopause consultations. You will collate these resources during Section 5 of this e-learning, creating your own personal toolkit.

Men's health: Lower Urinary Tract symptoms case study

The aim of this programme is to support you to adopt a person-centred approach when consulting with men. This case study forms part of the Men’s health learning gateway. On this learning gateway page, you will find a range of learning resources which aim to increase your knowledge, skills and confidence in relation to men’s health conditions.

Men's health: Gender identity case study

The aim of this programme is to support you to adopt a person-centred approach when consulting with men. This case study forms part of the Men’s health learning gateway. On this learning gateway page, you will find a range of learning resources which aim to increase your knowledge, skills and confidence in relation to men’s health conditions.

Men's health: Erectile dysfunction case study

The aim of this programme is to support you to adopt a person-centred approach when consulting with men. This case study forms part of the Men’s health learning gateway. On this learning gateway page, you will find a range of learning resources which aim to increase your knowledge, skills and confidence in relation to men’s health conditions.

Women’s health: Menstrual disorders - GPhC

The aim of this programme is to enable you to discuss evidence-based information with patients requiring assistance with menstrual disorders.

On completion of all aspects of this learning programme you should be able to:

  • describe the menstrual cycle
  • identify the main menstrual disorders
  • differentiate between the various forms of menstrual disorders
  • specify prescription and non-prescription medication that may be used to alleviate specific menstrual disorders according to best evidence
  • provide advice on lifestyle modification that can assist with the management of menstrual disorders.