The North American Menopause Society 27th Annual Meeting
The North American Menopause Society annual meeting is "considered to be the leading medical conference dedicated to promoting the health and quality of life of all women during midlife and beyond."
Finding Progesterone Free Alternatives for Menopause Treatment: JoAnn Pinkerton University of Virginia
As Peter Schnatz, DO, Reading Health System, completes his term as President of NAMS, he reflected on the initial goals he'd had before assuming his position. His primary initiative was to bring the best care they could to menopausal women. Schnatz said they'd been working really hard on reopening the conversation of the use and utilization of hormonal therapy.
Hadine Joffe, MD, MSc, Brigham and Women's Hospital has been trying to figure out the common menopause symptoms and how to treat them. As a psychiatrist and considering her vested interest in the brain manifestations of hormone changes, some of the symptoms she focuses on are hot flashes, sleep, and mood.