That’s what I’m doing this week — hanging out with 1,200 menopause doctors — and I’m loving it!
Some of the Gennev menopause team and I are attending the North American Menopause Society (NAMS) Annual Meeting.
It’s a time of the year when certified menopause practitioners gather for continuing education on how to better help women like you through menopause.
You can read more about Gennev’s involvement in NAMS here.
I’m not a doctor, so I basically hang out in the exhibition hall for companies like Gennev, but nonetheless, I’m getting to hear what practitioners are hearing from their patients. I’m hearing what their needs are. I’m seeing the products and solutions pushed at the docs, just like they’re pushed at women…and like women, doctors just want clear answers, no BS.
Why are we at a conference for physicians?
We built Gennev for women. That’s always been our goal.
But we also built Gennev as a companion-solution for doctors. We’re here for them as a trusted platform. We can provide menopause health and wellness education when they don’t have enough time with patients – or they can’t get to all the email requests for questions they may receive from their patients.
Our own Chief Medical Officer, Dr Rebecca Dunsmoor-Su, says, “I don’t get to spend as much time with each of my patients as I’d like to, so Gennev is a trusted resource I can send them to without worrying they’re going to hear something I don’t agree with.”
And guess what, other doctors agree. In our first day at the conference, we’ve given away hundreds of referral cards and scanned hundreds of badges. Just as women are hungry for trusted health and wellness information and products, physicians are too.
So, that’s why we’re here. We’re promoting Gennev to ob/gyns, nurse practitioners and internal medicine doctors who attend conferences like NAMS.
If you think Gennev would be beneficial for your doctor, send them our way. They can email us at firstname.lastname@example.org and request Gennev informational materials to place in their office as an added extension of the services they offer to their patients.
It takes a village to address menopause, and our village is starting to come together.