Registration is now open! Early Bird Rates have been extended until Friday 19 July.
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Call for abstracts is now closed.
Thank you for joining us in Hobart in 2019
In 2019, our Congress was held at the Hotel Grand Chancellor in Hobart. Hobart has a cool climate but it is a hot destination, and our Congress explored the hot issues in menopause.
We had national and international speakers presenting up to the minute information on new medications, new drug delivery methods, new treatment methods, and new classifications, in menopausal symptoms, vulvovaginal symptoms, fibroids, breast cancer, and osteoporosis. Discuss and debate what’s new and what’s important in menopause.
We also ran our popular Pre-Congress Menopause Essentials Update. This provided a clinically focussed update in all aspects of menopause management.
Meet colleagues from Australia, New Zealand and beyond.
Chair, Local Organising Committee
The format for the 2019 Congress includes plenaries with invited speakers and proffered papers, company organised symposia, poster presentations, workshops and several social events.
This gives all those involved with the Congress the opportunity to learn valuable knowledge, meet experts in the field and establish new networks and grow existing ones, all in an enjoyable, friendly and relaxing environment.
We expect that around 300 delegates from a wide range of backgrounds will attend the AMS Congress. The majority will be Australian and New Zealand General Practitioners who work in all aspects of women’s mid-life health. The Congress will also attract Gynaecologists and Obstetricians, Endocrinologists, Nurses, Allied Health Professionals, Psychologists, Physiotherapists, Cardiac Specialists and others. It means that delegates are interested in learning information related to cardiovascular disease, fertility, mental health, osteoporosis, cancer, diabetes and all areas of preventative medicine.
23rd AMS Congress Committees
Local Organising Committee
Karen Magraith (Chair)
Scientific Program Committee
Bronwyn Stuckey (Chair)