Date(s) - 07 Oct 2020
Wednesday 7 October 2020 | 9.00am–4.40pm
All of our most basic functions are regulated by a complex interplay of hormones. From reproduction and pregnancy, to growth and metabolism, patients with hormonal disorders allow us to experience physiology in action. Many of these conditions are lifelong and the relationships that develop between patients and their doctors can be mutually rewarding as they share some of the most intimate aspects of their lives.
Many of the conditions that these patients present with may initially be seen by a generalist and it is imperative that they have knowledge of initial investigation and management. Active research programmes have led to an ever-expanding body of knowledge which enhance the specialists ability to deliver care to patients.
This symposium presents a broad programme of topics including:
- Knowledge of adrenal and pituitary diseases
- The challenges that diabetes places on everyday life
- Guidance on frequently asked questions
- How to manage primary hyperthyroidism
- How to interpret endocrine investigations.
The Early Bird Discount is available until Tuesday 8 September 2020.