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Polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS): international collaboration to translate evidence and guide future research
A unified approach to integrate evidence, optimise management and guide future research in polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) is necessary. This has motivated an international collaboration to develop an International Evidence-Based PCOS Guideline to improve health outcomes in women with PCOS.
Members of the ECR-EST were recruited from the ECR networks of the NHMRC Centre for Research Excellence in Women’s Health in Reproductive Life (CRE WHiRL) and Androgen Excess and Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (AE-PCOS) Society and also those who were affiliated with members of the GDG.
Dissemination and translation of the guideline into health policy and clinical practice are crucial steps to close the knowledge – practice gap, guide future research and enhance positive impact on the health of women with PCOS.
Menstruation Matters – exploring all things period related
Menstruation Matters is a resource aimed at providing information on what may happen to your body during your period, when to see a doctor and helpful self care techniques.
Evidence-Informed Acupuncture Practice
Use research literacy to inform and further improve your acupuncture treatments; Contribute towards “tomorrow’s classics” with Case Reports from your own clinical practice; Build a strong Evidence-Informed Practice in acupuncture for menstrual and reproductive health.
Communicating with confidence: how acupuncture works
Hello friends! This is one of the first blogs from a series of posts that you will see on our social media and more excitingly: the AcuVlog YouTube channel 🎥 📺 🙌Stay tuned for a dedicated re-launch and the release of regular videos.Here is a trip down memory lane and...
My top 3 inspirational and motivational content creators
We all have inspirational and motivational figures who help us navigate the ups and downs of our life and career. Here are my current top 3…
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