- Duration3 weeks
- Weekly study2 hours
- Premium course$24
Polycystic Ovary Syndrome: An Evidence-based Approach
This course is accredited by ACRRM and RACGP. In order to meet the RACGP CPD Program requirements to receive 40 Category 1 points, RACGP members must complete all parts of this course, including all discussions and learning activities. Find out more.
Master the skills you need to support and care for women with PCOS
Polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) is a very common condition that is often poorly understood and under-diagnosed.
On this course for healthcare professionals, you’ll explore the latest evidence-based approaches to the diagnosis, management and care of women with PCOS.
Ultimately, you’ll gain new skills and learn a practical, interdisciplinary model of care - which can help improve the quality of life for women affected by PCOS.
Through this, you’ll help to reduce the financial burden on health systems across the world.
- Improving timely diagnosis of PCOS
- Promoting consistency in the diagnosis and management of PCOS
- Augmenting the global implementation of evidence-based PCOS care
- Encouraging the systemic application of an interdisciplinary model of care
- Treatment and long-term health risks
- Emotional wellbeing of women with PCOS
- Assessing and managing infertility
Who is this accredited by?
What will you achieve?
By the end of the course, you‘ll be able to...
- Demonstrate an evidence-based approach to PCOS management
- Apply relevant recommendations from the PCOS International Evidence-based Guideline to your practice
- Interpret cultural differences, act in a culturally sensitive manner and consider the ethical complexities of PCOS healthcare
- Discuss an interdisciplinary approach to the management of PCOS
- Outline a PCOS patient centered model of care
Who is the course for?
This course has been designed for health professionals involved in the care of women with PCOS, specifically, general health practitioners, medical specialists and allied health professionals.
It may also be of benefit to other healthcare professionals involved in the care of women with PCOS. For example: dietitians, exercise physiologists, nurse practitioners, endocrinologists, gynaecologists, counsellors, psychologists, fertility specialists and dermatologists.
You should have a good knowledge of science, medicine and healthcare practice.
Find out more about the course
Watch Professor Helena Teede talk more about the course, why it was developed, who’s involved and what will be covered, and more.
This is an additional video, hosted on YouTube.
Who developed the course?
Monash University is one of Australia’s leading universities, ranked in the world’s top 1% by the Times Higher Education World University Rankings. It was established in Melbourne in 1958.
- LocationMelbourne, Australia
- World rankingTop 80Source: Times Higher Education World University Rankings 2019
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