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NW Diabetes/Endocrinology SpR Teaching Day: 23-Jun-2009

Posted by Yared Demssie on 17 June, 2009

Northwest Diabetes/Endocrinology SpR Teaching Day
Main Auditorium, Education Centre, Christies Hospital
Tuesday 23rd June 2009
PCOS, Endocrine disorders in Pregnancy and Sub-clinical Thyroid Disorders
Morning Session
0900 Registration, Tea and Coffee

0930-1020 An update on the Management of PCOS
Dr Mishra, Consultant Physician and Endocrinologist, Oldham General Hospital
10:20-11:00 A laboratory prospective on the investigations of PCOS and hyperandrogenism
Dr Michael France, Consultant in Chemical Pathology, Central Manchester University Hospitals Foundation Trust

1100-1115 Tea/Coffee

1115-1205 Fertility in patients with PCOS, investigations a treatment
Dr Luciano Nardo, Consultant in Reproductive Medicine & Surgery, Central Manchester University Hospitals Foundation Trust
1205-1235 PCOS and cardiovascular risk
Dr Sofia Salahudeen, SpR Diabetes and Endocrinology, Central Manchester University Hospitals Foundation Trust

1235-1315 Lunch by courtesy of Bristol Myers Squibb

Afternoon session
1315-1405 Management of endocrine disorders in pregnancy
Dr Basil Issa, Consultant Endocrinologist, South Manchester University Hospitals Foundation Trust
1405-1430 Journal Club
Higher maternal TSH levels in pregnancy are associated with increased risk for miscarriage, fetal or neonatal death. Eur J Endocrinol. 2009 Mar 9
Dr Kelly Cheer, ST3 Tameside Hospital
1430-1520 Subclinical Hypo- and Hyperthyroidism; A review of evidence and Management
Prof Georg Brabant, Professor in Endocronology, Christie Hospital.

1520-1540 Tea/Coffee break

1540-1700 Endocrine Case Presentation and discussion
Dr Stephen McGlynn
Dr Sanjaya Dissanayake
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