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Video module - Premium

Heavy menstrual bleeding - the quality standards

Module summary
Dr Anne Connolly, GPSI in gynaecology, discusses how you can implement the NICE heavy menstrual bleeding quality standards into practice
Learning objectives

This module will guide you through the NICE quality standards for heavy menstrual bleeding, offering advice on:

  • What causes of HMB to screen for, and when
  • Drug treatment for HMB
  • How to improve the management of these patients in primary care
  • Common cases
Expert speaker
Dr Anne Connolly is a GPSI in gynaecology in Bradford and chair of the Primary Care Women's Health Forum.
Date module published
Module due for review
Suggested number of CPD credits
Completing this module will earn you a certificate for a suggested
1 CPD hour
By showing evidence of impact you could double that to
2 CPD hours
What other GPs said after completing this module
OK- good revision
Komal Patel
v good
Shenaz Ismail
Useful revision
Gordon Anderson
Good - well presented
Nityananda Hatikakoty
Very unimpressed with speaker!!!
1) Did she have something in her mouth while presenting e.g. chewing gum??
2) I'm watching (and paying) for an online module so would appreciate not referring to the "previous speaker".
3) She clearly seemed to have a negative, derogatory attitude about GPs not doing what she feels they should have done for HMB patients in their clinics. Might I suggest that I have to deal with enough attitude from patients during my day and I don't need more from people I am going to for help.
John Kealy