Event scheduled on ovarian cancer in general practice

31st October 2022 by NASGP

Event scheduled on ovarian cancer in general practice

Dr Eloise Elphinstone will present an update on the diagnosis and management of ovarian cancer in NASGP’s last clinical event of the year.

Dr Elphinstone has been a GP in Southwest London for the last seven years. Before settling in London, she spent a year doing obstetrics and gynaecology in Perth, Western Australia.

She holds the diploma in family planning and obstetrics and gynaecology and is a coil and implant fitter at her GP practice. Dr Elphinstone is also a member of the British Menopause Society, is completing her Advanced Certificate in Menopause Care and works for a specialist NHS menopause service.

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