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prhPost Reproductive Health
the integrated journal of postreproductive health.

Heather Currie, Dumfries, UK
Edward Morris, Norfolk, UK

Editorial Board
All British Menopause Society (BMS) members are entitled to a print and online subscription to Post Reproductive Health, for more information about joining the BMS click here.

Post Reproductive Health is the official journal of the BMS. It has a broad scope, tackling all the issues in this field, including the current controversies surrounding postmenopausal health and an ageing and expanding female population.

A MEDLINE indexed, highly cited resource of news, research and opinion it is ideal for all those involved in the study and treatment of menopausal conditions across the world and a vital resource for all practitioners in this field.

Articles types include: Original articles, review articles, short reports, research in progress, case reports, clinical practice, practice observed, news and views, letters to the editors/correspondence, as I see it and book reviews.

Full manuscript submission guidelines can be found here.

Frequency Quarterly
Months of Distribution: March , June , September , December
ISSN ISSN: 1754-0453 eISSN: 1754-0461
Current Volume 21


The latest key review papers from Post Reproductive Health (PRH)

We are pleased to introduce a selection of impactful review papers recently published in PRH. Read, cite and share these papers – free until December 13, 2015. You may already have access via a library or other subscription.

Just published: First Menopause NICE guideline

Publication of the first NICE guideline on the Diagnosis and Management of the menopause provides significant progress towards the British Menopause Society and Women’s Health Concern achieving their vision; for women and healthcare professionals to be aware of the importance of menopause and its consequences and being able to make truly informed decisions about management. Post Reproductive Health welcomes the opportunity to act as a vehicle to provide information to further help understanding of menopause and issues which affect increasing numbers of women in their post reproductive years.

» Access the guidelines today

Women's Health Concern is the patient arm of the British Menopause Society
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Patron: Penny Junor
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