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GP Education Event - Managing Menstrual Problems in General Practice
Tue 7 November 2017, 18:15 – 20:00 GMT
All General Practitioners are welcome to attend this hour-long seminar presented by Dr Mahesh Perera, Consultant Gynaecologist, entitled 'The Management of Mentrual Problems in General Practice'.
Events hosted by Nuffield Health Glasgow Hospital include:
- Complimentary Food and Refreshments
- Presentation by fully qualified specialist consultant
- Q&A Session
- CPD Points
- Certificate for attendance
Food and beverages will be served from 6.15pm with an event start time of 7pm.
Mahesh graduated from Edinburgh University in 1992. Following his initial posts in Edinburgh he moved west to Glasgow for further training in Gynaecology. Mahesh was a Wellbeing Research Fellow at the University of Glasgow from 1996 to 1998 with his main research interest being the use of hormone replacement therapy in diabetes. He has presented and published extensively in this area. He moved to Wales for his further specialist training and worked in urogynaecology and minimal access surgical units in Swansea and Cardiff. Mahesh and his family moved back to Scotland in 2003 and he has been a consultant gynaecologist at the Glasgow Royal Infirmary and Stobhill General Hospital since 2003. His main specialist interest is in Pelvic Floor dysfunction including urinary incontinence, pelvic floor prolapse, vaginal reconstruction surgery, menopause, hormone replacement therapy and menstrual problems. Mahesh works closely with a full team of pelvic floor specialists which include a urology specialist nurse, pelvic floor specialist physiotherapist, gynaecological ultrasound experts and psychologists to be able to give a comprehensive post reproductive healthcare service to women.