Testosterone in Men and Women 2017 DVD

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 Testosterone in Men and Women 2017 DVD

Testosterone Health Ed DVD 2017

Australia’s premier medical education company Healthed, in conjunction with Andrology Australia, has released a Testosterone for Men and Women 2017 compilation DVD featuring five of the most popular talks on testosterone over the past few years by various key opinion leaders.

This valuable resource has associated CPD activities and will be available in hard copy DVD and can also be viewed online.

This DVD educational set attracts 5 category 2 CPD points approved by the RACGP

Speakers include:

The Testosterone Debate

March 2016, Melbourne

Klinefelter’s Syndrome

September 2016, Sydney

Male Factor Infertility

August 2016, Perth

Presented by: Professor Robert McLachlan

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Androgens in Women: Cognition, Mood and Wellbeing

June 2016, Brisbane

Presented by: Professor Sonia Davison

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Contemporary Menopause Management

February 2015, Sydney

Presented by: A/Professor John Eden

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To be sent a DVD please email michaelb@lawleypharm.com.au

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