Endodiabesity

The North West of England Endocrinology, Diabetes and Obesity Newsletter

SpR training day 19th September, 2011.

Posted by Angela Paisley on 13 September, 2011

North West Deanery Diabetes and Endocrine SpR Teaching Day

19th September 2011

Postgraduate Education Centre, Manchester Royal
Infirmary, Oxford Road, Manchester, M13 9WL

 

0900-0930       Registration and Tea

Session 1 Diabetes and pregnancy, Chair Dr Rao-Balakrishna

0930-10300     Managing diabetes before, during and after pregnancy. Dr Rao-Balakrishna, Consultant Physician in Diabetes and Endocrinology, Central Manchester University Hospital NHS Foundation Trust.

1030-1050      Journal Club, HAPO study. Dr Nisha Kaimal.

1050-1120       Coffee

Session 2         Up to date in diabetes and endocrinology Chair Dr Angela Paisley

1120-1125       Introduction. Dr Angela Paisley

1125-1145       Dopamine receptor agonist and risk of cardiac valve disease: an update.

1145-1215       Should we still prescribe pioglitazone? Dr Ramneet Khurana

1215-1300       New treatment: Dapagliflozine, Dr Shabir Ahmed, BMS.

1300-1400:      Lunch

Session 3         Chair Professor Steve Shalet

1400-1500       Treatment of Acromegaly.  Professor Stephen Shalet, Christie Hospital.

1500-1550       Journal Club:

1. Prevalence of GHD in cured acromegalic patients. Ronchi er al. European J.Endocrinology 2009; 161: 37-42. Dr Simi Krishnan.

2. GHD after treatment of acromegaly. Miller et al. JCEM 2010; 95: 567-577. Dr Kelly Cheer

3. Case presentation, DrKelly Cheer

1550-1615       Tea

1615-1700       Controversies in the diagnosis of type 2 diabetes: is there a role for HbA1c? Dr Graham Horsman, Consultant in Clinical Biochemistry, University Hospital South Manchester.

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