Guideline 3 – Lifestyle management and models of care

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Guideline 3 – Lifestyle management and models of care2017-11-15T16:46:28+00:00

Guideline 3 – Lifestyle management and models of care

The clinical questions being addressed:

  • In women with PCOS, are lifestyle interventions (compared to minimal or nothing) effective for anthropometric, metabolic, reproductive, fertility, quality of life and emotional wellbeing outcomes?
  • In women with PCOS, are diet interventions (compared to different diets) effective for improving anthropometric, metabolic, fertility, and emotional wellbeing outcomes?
  • In women with PCOS, are exercise interventions (compared to different exercises) effective for improving anthropometric, metabolic, reproductive, fertility, quality of life and emotional wellbeing outcomes?
  • In women with PCOS, are behavioural interventions (compared to different types of behavioural interventions) effective for improving anthropometric, metabolic, reproductive, fertility, quality of life and emotional wellbeing outcomes?
  • Are women with PCOS at increased risk of obesity?
  • In women with PCOS, does obesity impact on prevalence and severity of hormonal and clinical features?

Members of GDG 3


Associate Professor Lisa Moran (Chair)
Dietitian and Research Fellow
Monash University


Associate Professor Nigel Stepto (Deputy Chair)
Exercise Physiologist
Victoria University

Associate Professor Nigel Stepto (Deputy Chair)

Exercise Physiologist

Victoria University


Professor Chandrika Wijeyaratne
Endocrinologist
University of Colombo


Dr Kate Marsh
Dietitian
Northside Nutrition and Dietetics


Professor Angelica Hirschberg
Obstetrician-Gynaecologist
Karolinska Institute


Dr Jacqueline Boyle
Obstetrician-Gynaecologist
Monash University


Associate Professor Leanne Redma
Exercise Physiologist
Pennington Biomedical Research Centre


Dr Cheryce Harrison
Exercise Physiologist/Health Coach
Monash University