Your menopause expert: Dr Louise R Newson


Louise qualified from Manchester University in 1994 and is a GP and menopause expert in Solihull, West Midlands, as well as a writer for numerous medical publications. She has worked in New Zealand and the UK.

Louise works as a medical editor for different publications and has authored several books on evidence-based medicine for general practitioners. She is an editor for the British Journal of Family Medicine (BJFM). She commissions articles for the BJFM’s regular Women’s Health supplement. She is an Editor and Reviewer for various e-learning courses and educational modules for the RCGP. She writes regular articles for, MIMS Learning and She compiles and updates information leaflets for the multiple award winning website

She has a keen interest on the menopause and HRT. She feels passionately about trying to improve awareness of safe prescribing of HRT to healthcare professionals and women and has written many articles, editorials and given local and national presentations on this subject. She is one of the directors for the Primary Care Women’s Health Forum ( She runs a menopause clinic in Solihull and she is a member of the International Menopause Society and the British Menopause Society. She has developed the website Louise works regularly with West Midlands Police and Fire Brigade to provide advice and support regarding menopause in the workplace.

Louise has contributed to healthcare articles in many different newspapers and magazines including: The Guardian, Daily Mail, The Telegraph, The Sun, Mirror, Sunday People, Women’s Own, Country Life, Women’s Own, The Lady, Now, Reveal and Heat.

She has also been involved in television and radio work; she has given interviews for BBC and ITV News and has been involved in the ITV Tonight and ITN Channel 5 programmes on the menopause. She has been interviewed on health matters on radio stations including Radio 4’s Woman’s Hour, BBC Radio London with Vanessa Feltz and BBC 5 Live and local BBC stations. Louise participated in Embarrassing Bodies Live from the Clinic as one of their regular GPs and also a medical advisor for the series.

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Please note that at each location, Louise Newson will be assisted by a second speaker who will be announced on each location page.

Dates & Locations

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Dorridge, Solihull

13 March, 2018 | Hogarths Hotel

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19 June, 2018 | Hilton Leicester

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2018 | London - 15 Hatfields

Learn the essentials to treat the menopause

Certified education

All delegates receive an official certificate upon course completion. This can be used towards your reflective learning and CPD points.

Better treat your patients

Evidence-based discussion of HRT and other ways to manage the menopause will help you give the best care for your patients.

Practical case studies

Solidify your learning by looking at real-life case studies that will show you how to implement your new-found knowledge.


9:45 AM

Why is menopause a priority in primary care?

  • Symptoms of menopause including genito-urinary syndrome of the menopause (GSM)
  • Premature Ovarian Insufficiency
  • Health risks of menopause
  • Impact of menopause at work
11:00 AM


11:45 AM

Managing the menopause 

  • Lifestyle
  • Hormone Replacement Therapy (HRT)
  • Non-hormonal treatments
  • Complementary treatments
  • Management of genito-urinary syndrome of the menopause
12:45 AM


1:30 PM

Hormone Replacement Therapy (HRT)

  • Evidence based discussion of benefits of HRT – symptoms and health benefits
  • Evidence to support body identical HRT
  • Testosterone for women
  • Risks of HRT
  • Guidelines – NICE / IMS / ESHRE
2:15 PM

From Evidence into Practice: Practical Case Studies

3:30 PM


3:45 PM

Open Q&A

The workshops will offer delegates plenty of opportunities to ask questions. All delegates will receive educational materials and a certificate for a day of reflective learning.

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