Wulf H. Utian, MD, PhD, DSc

Articles

Does HRT Enhance Quality of Life?

Quality of Life (QOL), a construct which has not yet achieved precise definition in the medical literature, nonetheless is a necessary outcome variable requiring measurement in determining comprehensive menopausal status in the clinical context or as part of pivotal regulatory trial research. Current QOL measures are mostly symptom inventories or scores relating to specific life phases or diseases.

Psychosocial and Socioeconomic Burden of Vasomotor Symptoms in Menopause: A Comprehensive Review

Many women experience vasomotor symptoms at or around the time of menopause. Hot flushes and night sweats are considered primary menopausal symptoms that may also be associated with sleep and mood disturbances, as well as decreased cognitive function.

North American Menopause Society: Treasuring the Past – Shaping the Future

Sixteen years since its inception, The North American Menopause Society has become the leading organization focused on promoting the health and quality of life for women through an understanding of menopause. The organization has experienced phenomenal growth through the years, and present-day NAMS leaders look to the future with confidence.