EMAS Interactive Roundtable

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Session structure

  • Interactive learning and practice exchange with international experts will be structured according to the  following format:
  • Short presentations by the international experts.

  • Interactive debate in three steps:

  • 1) Q & A between the expert speakers and a discussion panel.

    2) Open dialogue with all attendees.
    3) Assessment with multiple choice questions using an internet platform.

Meeting details

The event will be a virtual meeting and will be accessible from this website
– Live Interaction with the speakers and Q&A
– Can be viewed Worldwide with no delay
– Event start always at 2.00 p.m. CET Paris time = 8.00 a.m. EST New York = 8.00 p.m. Singapore time
– Free registration

Registration

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Interactive Roundtable replay

All registered users can replay the Roundtable discussions and its video and access the certificate of attendance.​

Programme


Psychological associations of menopause and their management
18 November 2021
2.00 – 3.00 p.m. CET (Paris)


Chair: Prof. Petra Stute, Switzerland

Co-Chair: Dr. Josyan Madi-Skaff, Lebanon

Topic 1: Mental Health in Woman
Dr. Areti Spyropoulou, Greece

Topic 2: Treatment of Mental Health Problems in Menopause
Univ. Prof. Donna Stewart, Canada

Topic 3: The role of MHT
Prof. Petra Stute, Switzerland

Discussion with mentees and delegates
Dr. Anastasia Armeni, Greece
Dr. Ioannis Boutas, Greece

followed by an Elearning Education + Certificate


The importance of an individualised approach to the clinical management of climacteric symptoms

19 January 2022
2.00 – 3.00 p.m. CET (Paris)


Chair: Prof. Alfred Mueck, Germany
Co-Chair: Prof. Angelica Linden Hirschberg, Sweden

Topic 1: Individualized MHT to optimise metabolic and vascular effects
Prof. Alfred Mueck, Germany

Topic 2: MHT in the context of breast cancer: stratifying the risk
Dr. Antonina Smetnik, Russia

Topic 3: MHT in women at risk or after gynecological cancer
Prof. Angelica Linden Hirschberg

Topic 4: MHT and Cardiovascular Disease
Dr. Nicolas Mendoza, Spain

Discussion with mentees and delegates
Dr. Maria Charmanta, Greece
Dr. Katerina Stefanaki, Greece

followed by an Elearning Education + Certificate

Hot topics on menopause and menopause hormone treatment (MHT)
23 March 2022
2.00 – 3.00 p.m. CET (Paris)

Chair: Dr. Mick van Trotsenburg, Austria

Topic 1: Perimenopausal depression
Prof. Pauline Maki, USA

Topic 2: Managing the menopause in women with endometriosis
Prof. Ludwig Kiesel, Germany

Topic 3: How to manage fears and concerns related to MHT
Prof. Marco Gambacciani, Italy

Discussion with mentees and delegates
Dr. Claudia Alexandra Nacea, Romania
Dr. João Valentini Neto, Brazil

followed by an Elearning Education + Certificate


Benefits and risk of MHT: the 2021 perspective
8 December 2021
2.00 – 3.00 p.m. CET (Paris)


Chair: Dr. Antonina Smetnik, Russia
Co-Chair: Prof. Marco Gambacciani, Italy

Topic 1: MHT and Postmenopausal Osteoporosis
Prof. Marco Gambacciani, Italy

Topic 2: MHT and Breast cancer
Dr. Antonina Smetnik, Russia

Topic 3: MHT and Diabetes Mellitus
Assist. Prof. Stavroula A. Paschou, Greece

Discussion with mentees and delegates
Dr. Nektaria Papanikola, Greece
Dr. Maria Stamou, USA

followed by an Elearning Education + Certificate

Calculating cardiovascular risk in women with indications for menopausal hormone therapy

23 February 2022
2.00 – 3.00 p.m. CET (Paris)

Chair: Prof. Irene Lambrinoudaki, Greece

Topic 1: Long-term consequences of menopause
Dr. Stephanie S. Faubion, USA

Topic 2: Customising MHT according to CVD risk: case presentations
Prof. John Stevenson, UK

Topic 3: Cardiovascular health after menopause transition, pregnancy disorders, and other gynaecologic conditions
Dr. Angela Maas, The Netherlands

Discussion with mentees and delegates

Dr. Stefanos Stergiotis, Greece
Dr. Ipek Betul Ozcivit, Turkey

followed by an Elearning Education + Certificate

  

Individualization of therapy: give to every women, what she needs
20 April 2022
2.00 – 3.00 p.m. CET (Paris) 

Chair: Prof. Margaret Rees, UK

Topic 1: Window of Opportunity
Prof. Mark Brincat, Malta

Topic 2: Non-hormonal management of menopausal vasomotor symptoms 
Dr. Gesthimani Mintziori, Greece

Topic 3: Phytoestrogens and other complementary therapies
Prof. Iuliana Ceausu, Romania 

Discussion with mentees and delegates
Dr. Ioannis Boutas, Greece
Dr. Elif Aksahin, Turkey

followed by an Elearning Education + Certificate

Meet our Speakers

Prof. Irene Lambrinoudaki

Dr. Stephanie S. Faubion, USA

Prof. Petra Stute

Univ. Prof. Donna Stewart

Prof. John Stevenson, UK

Dr. Josyan Madi-Skaff

Dr. Angela Maas

Prof. Alfred Mueck

Dr. Antonina Smetnik

Prof. Marco Gambacciano

Dr. Nicolas Mendoza

Dr. Areti Spyropoulou

Assist. Prof. Stavroula A. Paschou

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