Outpatient Reform – Gynaecology

Integrated Care Partnerships (ICPs) are currently developing service reform proposals for a number of elective care specialties, one of which is Gynaecology.  The service reform proposals will focus on two main areas; the management of demand from primary care for the use of secondary care services, and delivering new models of care within and across providers.

The Gynaecology network aims to support doctors and increase knowledge on a range of topics such as Menopause, Urinary Incontinence and Pelvic Pain.

 

Programme

18th January – Menorrhagia

1st February – HRT / Menopause

15th February – IUCD / LARC

1st March – Pelvic Pain/Dysmen/ Psychosexual

15th March – Urinary Incontinence/ Prolapse

29th March – Discharge/IMB/PCB

5th April – Red Flags

12th April – PCOS/Amennorrhoea/Fertility

26th April – Vulval Skin