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The International Menopause Society (IMS) established the Council of Affiliated Menopause Societies (CAMS) to support the delivery of the Society’s Mission and Vision. CAMS is comprised of national and regional menopause societies. CAMS also provides support to establish menopause societies in areas where there are none.

CAMS has the following objectives:

  1. To establish connectivity and partnership working across the national and regional menopause societies and with the IMS.
  2. To actively engage in the delivery of IMS educational activities, events and World Congress, to support the development of new initiatives, and to encourage membership to the IMS within their country/region.

About Magyar Menopausa Társaság

The Hungarian Menopause Society (HMS) was founded in 1995; it now has 330 members. The main goals of the Society are to expand knowledge in menopausal medicine, improve the quality of life of women in menopausal transition, treat menopausal women through the national network of Menopausal Outpatient Units, cultivate connections to interested national societies on the frontiers of menopausal medicine, as well as international scientific organizations, like IMS. Connections to non-professional organizations and societal education of menopausal issues are also within the scope of our mission. The society provides financial support for research and publication activity of members.

The Society has a multilevel and multidisciplinary structure: our member are MDs, physiotherapists, nurses, midwives, and assistants in the menopause clinics. Most of our members are gynecologists, but many specialists including endocrinology, urology, rheumatology, psychology, oncology, internal medicine, and cardiology are involved. A smaller group deals with complementary medicine (phytoestrogens, herbal medicine, soy) within the society. A good variety of formulations of menopausal hormone therapy and for osteoporosis are available in Hungary, with different health care subsidies.

Biennial national congresses are held in cooperation with the Hungarian Society of Gynecological Endocrinology covering all issues of the wide spectrum of female reproductive health. These events also serve as postgraduate education (CME credits). We have thematic scientific meetings twice a year and the Society regularly organizes invited sessions on conferences of other societies, like osteoporosis, endocrinology, hypertension, etc., as well as taking part in media events and social activities.

The website of HMS (in Hungarian, is kept updated and several e-newsletters are sent to the members every year to maintain communication between congresses.

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Attila Jakab, M.D., Ph.D., med. habil.

Attila Jakab is currently an associate professor and the deputy director, chief of gynaecology and head of reproductive endocrinology profile at the department of obstetrics and gynaecology of the Faculty of Medicine at the University of Debrecen.

He attained his medical degree in 1989 and became a doctor of philosophy in 2003, both at the University of Debrecen. He is a National Board Certified Specialist in Obstetrics and Gynaecology, Obs & Gynae Ultrasound, and Endocrinology and Metabolism as well as achieving his National Board Licence in Ultrasound Diagnosis in Obs & Gynae in 2017. He has been a Board member of the Hungarian Society of Obstetric and Gynecologic Endocrinology since 1997, becoming President in 2014 and on the Board of the Hungarian Menopause Society since 2007 and the President since 2019.

He is a member of many Hungarian and International Societies and has published two books of his own, provided 37 book chapters in other publications, written 67 peer-reviewed papers, 80 abstracts and has 1792 citations (April, 2023 – Google Scholar).

Treasurer and President-elect

Zoltán Magyar, MD, PhD

Zoltán Magyar has been the Head of the Obstetrics and Gynaecology Department at the Péterfy Sándor Hospital in Budapest since 2014. Prior to that, he worked at the Semmelweis University Department of Obstetrics and Gynaecology in Budapest where he achieved his medical licence in 1988.

He has been a member of the Hungarian Society of Obstetrics and Gynaecology since 1992 and a board member since 2022. He is a founder member of the Hungarian Menopause Society and a board member since 1999 and will become President at the end of 2023. He has also been a member of the Hungarian Society for Osteology and Osteoarthrology since 1992 and IMS and EMAS since 2002.

General Secretary

Gabriella Masszi, MD, PhD

Nyírő Gyula Hospital, OPAI Internal Medicine, 1135 Budapest

Perpetual Founding President

Tóth Károly Sándor, MD

Uzsoki Street Hospital, 1145 Budapest

Past President

Adam László, MD, PhD

Bajcsy-Zs. Kh.1101 Budapest

Board Members

Dr. Ács Nándor
SE Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology Üllői út Department, 1082 Budapest, Üllői u. 78/a.

Dr. Béres László
MATERNITY Private Obstetrics and Gynecology, Clinic 1125 Budapest Kútvölgyi út 4.

Dr. Deli Tamás
DE Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology, 4032 Debrecen, Nagyerdei krt. 98.

Dr. Garai János
PTE MS Department of Pathophysiology, 7624 Pécs, Szigeti u. 12.

Dr. Jávorkai Imre
Jahn F. Kh.1204 Budapest, Köves u. 2-4.

Dr. Karászi Gyula
BRMK and University Teaching Hospital, 4400 Nyíregyháza, Szent I. u. 68.

Dr. Koloszár Sándor
SzAOTE Women’s Clinic, 6721 Szeged, Semmelweis u. 1.

Dr. Nas Katalin
Institute of Endocare, 1037 Budapest, Bokor u. 17-21.

Dr. Pál Zoltán
SZTE Women’s Clinic, 6724 Szeged, Semmelweis u. 1.

Dr. Szabó Zsolt
Semmelweis Hospital, 3529 Miskolc, Csabai kapu 9-11.

Dr. Várbíró Szabolcs
SE Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology Üllői út Department, 1082 Budapest, Üllői u. 78/a.

Control Committee

Dr. Gulyás Péter
St. Margaret Kh.1032 Budapest, Vienna u. 132.

Dr. Beáta Jarányi
Uzsoki Kh. 1045 Budapest, Uzsoki u. 29.

Dr. Péter Sylvester
Erzsébet Kh. 9400 Sopron, Győri u. 15.


Educational resources

  • Books:
    László, Ádám: Practical guide to the menopausal transition (Gyakorlati útmutató a női változókor időszakáho, in Hungarian), Medicina Press, 2016, 208 pages (ISBN: 978 963 226 610 7)
    László, Ádám; Jakab, Attila: Menopausal Medicine (Menopauzális Medicina,in Hungarian), Oriold Press, 2021, 319 pages (ISBN: 978-615-5981-30-2)
    Jakab, Attila; Deli, Tamás: Thyroid and Reproduction (Pajzsmirigy és Reprodukció, in Hungarian), Oriold Press, 2022, 164 pages (ISBN: 978-615-5981-61-6)

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Collaborating organizations

  • International Menopause Society (IMS) – Council of Affiliated Menopause Societies (CAMS)


  • MMT will feature a special section and other presentations at this year’s Osteological Congress – 2023.04.05.
  • V. Congress and Training Course of the Hungarian Menopause Society (MMT) and the Hungarian Society of Obstetrics and Gynecological Endocrinology (MSZNET) (Mátraháza, 2023-10.05.07).
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