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Brought up in the Peak District in Derbyshire qualified in medicine at Sheffield with honours in dermatology ,ENT, ophthalmology, venereology.
Following a highly successfull career as a consultant Obstetrican and Gynaecologist in the NHS
Tony now concentrates his interests as a BMS accredited Menopause Specialist, in the Menopause published a number of books on this topic including “ Managing the Menopause without Oestrogen”.
Associate editor of “Post Reproductive Health" (formally Menopause International) actively involved in writing and reviewing.
President of the Forum of Food and Health Royal Society of Medicine, London. 2019-2021
He has organised RSM forum meetings on “Longevity and lifestyle” and lectures regularly on post reproductive health at national and international level .
Areas of interest
Menopause Treatment and management;
Pre menstrual syndrome;
Primary and premenstrual dysmorphic disorders;
Menstrual disorders (menorrhagia)
Health and Lifestyle advice;
Current NHS consultant posts held
Associate Editor “Post Reproductive Health” Sage publishing
Consultant Gynaecologist, Apollonia House, Oldham, BMI & Nuffield Hospitals
Honorary Contract Manchester University Institute of Cancer Sciences (till 2021)
Examiner with Manchester University Medical School
Advance Trainer Faculty of Family Planning RCOG Special Skills Menopause (till 2022)
Interests in nutrition and the menopause published a number of books on this topic including “ Managing the Menopause without Oestrogen” ,He is associate editor of “Menopause International” and actively involved in writing and reviewing. He has organised RSM forum meetings on “Alzheimers from cradle to grave” “Longevity and lifestyle” and lectures regularly on "Post Reproductive Health" at national and international level.
Lectures on Memory Alzheimers and Dementia
Other interests include, cricket- playing for the far from the madding crowd team (FFTMCC), Literature, History and maps.
Member Lords Taveners
Highly Commended Award - BMA book awards 2005 for “Managing the Menopause without Oestrogen”.
1 “Oestrogen Replacement and Cognitive Function” Mander A.M.
Reviews in Gynaecological Practice. Vol. 1(2) Autumn 2001.
2. “The Demographic Iceberg “. Mander A.M, Mullin N.
News and Views. Journal of the British Menopause Society.Vol 8.No1.
3. “Fibroids and HRT": A Review” Bollapragada S, Panigrahy R. Mander AM. Journal of British Menopause Society Vol 8.No4. Dec.2002
4. “Sex and Hysterectomy” Mander AM
British Journal of Sexual Medicine Vol 28 No4. 2003
5. Healthcare Commission Investigation into Maternity Services at Royal Wolverhampton Hospitals NHS Trust at New Cross Hospital – published June 2004
6. Secretary of State Independent Inquiry under Section 2 of the NHS Act of 1977 into the Wyre Forest Birthing Centre -- published November 2004
7 “Managing the Menopause without Oestrogen” –co Edited: Published by The Royal Society of Medicine Press – June 2004: ISBN 1-85315-592-6
8 “Sexual Health and the Menopause “ –co Edited: Published by Royal Society of Medicine press – Feb 2005 :ISBN 1- 85315 –620- 5
9 “Menopause, Postmenopause and Ageing “ –co Edited: Published by The Royal Society of Medicine press-May 2005: ISBN 1-85315-660-4
10 "Hysterectomy and sexual function" Mokate T, Wright C, Mander T. . J Br Menopause Soc 2006; 12:153-7.
11 Mander A M, GilmoreVJ. Estrogen, cognition and dementia. Gynaecology Forum 2006; 11; 13-17.
12 "Hypoactive Sexual Desire Disorder" (HSDD). The Obstetrician & Gynaecologist 2010; 12:237–243.) Rymer, Janice: Wylie, Kevan: Barnes, Tricia: Mander, Tony:, Buckler, Helen and Dean, John
13 “Post-reproductive health and lifestyle consultations” Tony Mander, Menopause International 2010; 16: 130–131.
14 “Modernizing the NHS: observations and recommendations from the British
Menopause Society” British Menopause Society Council Statement Menopause International 2011: 00: 1–3.
15 Better Life Better Health –Life style and diet for a healthy future. Tony Mander Menopause International 2012: 1–2. DOI: 10.1258/mi.2012.012041
16 “Longevity and Healthy ageing” Post Reproductive Health 2014, Vol. 20(1) 8–10 Tony Mander .
Courses offered to GPs
1 “Menopause, Postmenopause and Ageing “
2"Hysterectomy and sexual function"
3"Hypoactive Sexual Desire Disorder"
4 “Post-reproductive health and lifestyle consultations”
5 Better Life Better Health –Life style and diet for a healthy future.
6 “Longevity and Healthy ageing”
- MRCOG RCOG 1975
- MBChB Sheffield University 1970
- FRCOG RCOG 1992
Reference number 1448834
Professional bodies (positions held - last 3 yrs)
- President Of the Forum of Food and Health Royal Society of Medicine, London. 2014
Details of entry to specialist register
- Specialist Accreditation, 1982
Affiliations / memberships
British Menopause Society
Royal Society of Medicine
Independent Doctors Forum
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