alexa International Menopause Society

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International Menopause Society

The International Menopause Society (IMS) was established with a desire to  develop all possible awareness that included the spread of knowledge, study and research on all aspects of aging in women. They mainly organized, prepared, held and participated in different international meetings and congresses on menopause and climacteric; thereby publicized the interchange of research plans and experience between individual members. The society is based in the UK under the charities commision and is a charitable incorporated organisation (cio). It was established during the menopause congress in 1978 in Jerusalem, Israel. Besides organizing congresses, symposia, and workshops the IMS also owns its popular journal named as Climacteric, the journal of the international menopause society and is published by taylor & francis. The editorial review board is comprised of opinion  leaders in the field of menopause research and  is headed  by two editors-in-chief, Anna Fenton of New Zealand and Nick Panay of the United Kingdom.  Throughout the world, misuse of terminology related to the field of menopause has caused a great deal of confusion and misinformation among healthcare providers, those in research, the media, and the public. To help ensure a standardized definition of key words used in the field, the International Menopause Society (IMS) commissioned a project through its sub-organ, the Council of Affiliated Menopause Societies (CAMS). The IMS has three sub-organs: CAMS, the Council of Affiliated Menopause Societies, the WSSM, the World School for the Study of the Menopause and the CPP, the Council of Past Presidents. IMS launched a new campaign with the theme “prevention of diseases after menopause” on October 18th 2014, which is celebrated as the “World Menopause Day.” In observation of the Day, the IMS and the member national societies of CAMS distribute materials and organize activities to inform women about menopause, its management and the impact of estrogen loss. It has been researched that the risk of development of chronic diseases increase after the menopause. This campaign has been devoted to examine the chances for prevention and understand the risks associated. After  doing the researches they imply various prevention strategies for chronic diseases which starts occurring about 10years after the starting of the menopause. These diseases are the major  causes for death, poor quality of life and economic crisis. Researchers say diseases like osteoporosis and cardiovascular disease are directly related to the aftereffects of menopause while most others are age related.

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The following is the list of scholars from International Menopause Society who contributed and/or serves as editors for one or more OMICS International journals and conferences

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