Other Women's Health modules

Polycystic ovary syndrome (2 CPD hours)

Updates in menopause management (1 CPD hour)

Hot topics in women's health (2 CPD hours)

Case-Based Learning


This case-based module will guide you through the latest evidence in the diagnosis and management of syncope

2 CPD hours
Video module - Free

Recognising and treating vaginal dryness

GP and menopause expert Dr Louise Newson discusses the options for effectively treating vaginal dryness

1 CPD hour

Key questions on eczema

Professor Hywel Williams, professor of dermato-epidemiology, answers questions from GP Dr Sara Ritchie on recognizing atopic eczema clinically, treating infected eczema, and steroid strengths for management

1.5 CPD hours

Key questions on PCOS

Module summary

Gynaecologists Ms Maryam Modarres and Mr Michael Savvas answer questions on diagnostic criteria, investigations and differential diagnoses

Learning objectives

Refresh your knowledge of PCOS, including:

  • Diagnostic criteria
  • Which investigations to carry out
  • How to manage long term risks
  • How to counsel women about infertility

Ms Maryam Modarres is a specialist trainee in gynaecology at King's College Hospital, London.

Mr Michael Savvas is a consultant gynaecologist at King’s College Hospital, London.

Dr Pam Brown is a GP in Swansea.

Date module published
Module due for review
Suggested number of CPD credits
Completing this module will earn you a certificate for a suggested
1.5 CPD hours
By showing evidence of impact you could double that to
3 CPD hours
What other GPs said after completing this module
very informative
Ash Zaidi
Concise and good - although Vaniqa a "new agent" - thought it had been around for years ??
Bill Moffat
Tony Crosby
Kalyan Valluripalli
Comprehensive module which is very pertinent to general practice. Adherence to the content of this module should result in decreasing referrals to secondary care. Only real indication for referral would be fertility issues.
Question 4 in post-module test is badly written. 'Mainstay' of treatment is governed by what patient wants i.e. pregnancy or contraception/reduction of endometrial hyperplasia. The answer to this question assumes patient wants pregnancy.
Robert Stephen Charlton