This course is part of our Professional Development Clinical Bundle, available for purchase with 2020 OPA Membership. For more information, click here!
Even though the average age of menopause in Canada is 51 years old, these changes may start in perimenopause when women are in their late 30s or early 40s.
A variety of treatments options are available to relieve symptoms and reduce the risks of menopause-associated diseases.
Pharmacists are faced with the challenge of knowing which options are considered safe and effective for their patients. This course will help pharmacists identify patients/customers who are going through the menopause transition, how to approach a woman and initiate a discussion about menopause, and how to counsel her about treatment options, pharmacological and non-pharmacological.
How to register: Registration for this course will be available in Fall 2020.
Continuing Education Units:
This program’s CEU information will be provided when course is open.
This course will be available in Fall 2020. Please check back.
This is an online course that will be provided through our learning platform.
A successful outcome of the assessment provided in the course will be required in order to obtain a certificate of completion.
More information will be provided once the course is available for registration.
Inquiries: Please contact OPA’s professional development team by phone at 416-441-0788, option 3 (toll-free in Ontario at 1-877-341-0788, option 3), or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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