Menopause and HRT
Free Online Webinar on Tuesday April 18th at 7pm
- Given by Mr Haitham Hamoda, Consultant Gynaecologist at Kings College Hospital, London and Medical Advisory Council member for the British Menopause Society
- Haitham will provide you with an up-to-date, evidence-based talk on the menopause and HRT.
It’s easy to join this Webinar which will be delivered via Microsoft Teams. You do not need to have Teams installed as the invitation will enable you to join using your PC or Laptop browser.
This webinar is being organised by the West Malling Group Practice Patient Participation Group. (PPG). Patients from other practices are free to register and join
West Malling Group Practice, part of the Malling Primary Care Network, and the PPG, appreciates the support of HCA Healthcare UK providing this free patient Webinar. More information about HCA Healthcare UK
- Register with Eventbrite to get your free ticket. This is easy and free to do. You will be asked to enter in your name and email address. You need not opt in to receive marketing mails but need to accept the Eventbrite terms and conditions. Eventbrite will send you an email confirming your place.
- You will get a reminder email from Eventbrite close to the event date. This email will contain the link to the event.
- At a time close to the event start time – say 10 minutes before – click on the event link and follow the instructions that will appear in your browser.
- When you are in the event, you will be asked to stop your own camera/video and to mute your microphone. There are buttons that pop up when you hover your cursor over the Teams display. This stops unexpected distractions being broadcast and keeps the load on the Teams app as low as possible.
Published: Mar 20, 2023
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