PCWHF launches Her Life Her Health New women’s health publication for primary care
The Primary Care Women’s Health Forum (PCWHF), the leading membership forum for primary care clinicians with an interest in women’s health, is pleased to announce the publication of ‘Her Life Her Health’, its new women’s health publication. It is a new quarterly publication for PCWHF members.
Written by primary care clinicians for primary care, the publication follows the journey a woman typically takes throughout her lifetime when accessing healthcare, from contraceptive needs to conception, from menstruation to menopause.
Spearheaded by Editor-in-Chief, renowned women’s health expert and Chair of the PCWHF, Dr Anne Connolly, Her Life Her Health combines the latest research and guidelines with news, policy, best practice, features, resources and quick reference guidelines.
It is packed with the practical, authoritative guidance that primary care professionals need to ensure that they provide the best care for women, at every stage of life.
Dr Anne Connolly says: “I am delighted to be Editor-in-Chief of Her Life Her Health, the official publication of the PCWHF. We know our members are keen to be kept up-to-date with the important issues relating to the health and wellbeing of their women patients, and this publication gives us another opportunity to share medical knowledge and best practice.”
Issue 1 of Her Life Her Health tackles key women’s health concerns including period poverty, diagnosing perimenopause and menopause, ovarian cancer red flags, cervical cancer screening, social prescribing, perinatal depression, and urinary incontinence guidance. It also carries exclusive interviews and resources.
The print copy of Her Life Her Health is free to all members of the Primary Care Women’s Health Forum. Membership costs £42 per year and includes a range of benefits including exclusive discounts to the PCWHF annual conference and women’s health masterclasses. For those not in a position to become a Member of the PCWHF, Her Life Her Health is available digitally via www.PCWHF.co.uk/HLHH.
All resources can be downloaded for use in practice. Any healthcare professionals interested in women’s health can also subscribe to the PCWHF’s monthly ebulletin to keep updated on developments relating to women’s health.