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Common Endocrine and Diabetes Problems

Written by Ali Chakera on 09 December 2013. Modified on 16 December 2013. Hits: 3633

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You may be interested in this one day course at the Royal Society of Medicine on the 15th January 2014. It covers common dilemmas we see in endocrine practice and is aimed at primary care and Endocrine trainees.

See more details on the flyer here.

Or register at the RSM website by clicking here.

9.00 am
Registration, tea and coffee

9.30 am

Welcome and introduction

9.35 am

Use of androgens in female patients
  Dr Gerrard Conway, Endocrine Department, University College London

10.20 am

Biochemical vitamin D deficiency - when is it important and do we have an epidemic
  Dr Peter Selby, Honorary Senior Clinical Lecturer in Medicine, The University of Manchester

11.05 am

Tea and coffee break

11.20 am

Management of mild asymptomatic hyperparathyroidism and the normocalcaemic patient with raised PTH
  Professor Graham Leese, Consultant and Honorary Professor in Diabetes and Endocrinology at Dundee University

12.05 pm

Is this type 2 diabetes?
  Dr Gerry Rayman, Consultant Physician and Head of Service at the Diabetes and Endocrine Centre, Ipswich Hospital NHS Trust

12.50 pm

Lunch

1.50 pm

Hypogonadism in obesity and patients with diabetes
  Speaker to be confirmed

2.35 pm

Hormone misuse in sport and leisure
  Professor Richard Holt, Professor in Diabetes and Endocrinology, University of Southampton

3.20 pm

Tea and coffee break

3.35 pm

The management of patients with abnormal thyroid biochemistry and subclinical thyroid disease and those with continuing symptoms on thyroid hormone replacement
  Dr Mark Vanderpump, Consultant Physician, Royal Free London NHS Foundation Trust

4.20 pm

The metabolic aspects of polycystic ovarian syndrome
  Professor Steve Franks, Imperial College London

5.05 pm

Completion of evaluation forms

5.10 pm

Close of meeting

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