Migraine and Menopause
Join us for the last of this three-part migraine webinar series. Detailing all types of migraine through a woman’s life course – the reproductive years, during pregnancy and through menopause.
The final webinar in this series looks at recognising the change in migraine and the perimenopause, whilst empowering self-care and understanding the role of hormone therapy and migraine care, as we enter a new era of migraine specific medicines.
Dr Rebecca Walker GP with Special Interest in Headache Medicine and Menopause Care
Dr Rebecca Walker is a GP with Special Interest in Headache Medicine and Menopause Care. S he is a senior clinician at the National Migraine Centre and at the Exeter Headache Clinic and is an Honorary Advisor to the British Association for the Study of Headache. She provides specialist menopause care as associate at Myla Health alongside her work as a sessional NHS GP.
Dr Sarah Gray PGP specialist in women’s health, Cornwall
Sarah Gray is a specialist GP who has spent 35 years delivering Women’s Health in Primary Care. She has a pragmatic approach developed through working on the clinical front line, but which is underpinned by an extensive knowledge of the evidence base.
She has worked and provided a professional lead role within the rural setting of Cornwall since 1992. She ran a specialist level NHS menopause referral clinic for 15 years until this was decommissioned to save funding costs in 2016. She now runs a practice which provides this specialist service in the independent sector.
Dr Gray sat on the British Menopause Society Council for 10 years and was a member of the groups who developed NICE CG44 and Quality Standards for Heavy Menstrual Bleeding. She is actively involved in education for health care professionals and is an executive director of the Primary Care Women’s Health Forum. Her latest textbook chapter was published in July 2020.
This webinar is intended for UK healthcare professionals only.
It has been supported by Pfizer. Pfizer have had no involvement in, or influence over the content.