Pituitary Masterclass Monday 19th Sept 2022: 9.15am.


[[Timetable in pdf ]]                                           [[Timetable in word ]]                                           [[http://www.endocrinology.org/ ]]

CPD approved for 4 external category 1 credits, code follows. £30 for consultants and trainees alike subsidised rate.

[[Online registration]]      [[Previous Pituitary day 2021]]      [[Click here to submit an abstract]]   Printed copies are given to all participants on arrival.

Charing Cross Hospital Glenister Lecture Theatre or live on zoom

The closest tube is Baron's Court. Come out of the tube station, and turn right, and then walk through Hammersmith cemetery towards Charing Cross Hospital.
The Glenister is opposite the hospital next to the cemetery, as on these maps.CLICK ON MAPS TO ENLARGE.
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08:30 – 09:25 Registration

09:25-09:30 Welcome Niamh Martin

Timetable follows

SESSION 1 Chairs: Dr Emma Hatfield (Imperial College Hospitals NHS Trust) and Dr Alison Wren (Chelsea and Westminster Hospital NHS Foundation Trust)

09:30-10.10 Acute presentations of pituitary disease.Dr Mona Waterhouse (Barts Heath NHS Trust, London).

10:10-10:30 Case Presentation Case 1. Authors follow

10:30-10:50 Case Presentation Case 2. Authors follow.

10:50-11:10 Case Presentation Case 3. Authors follow.

11:10-11:30 COFFEE

11:30-11:50 Case Presentation Case 4. Authors follow.

11:50-12:10 Case Presentation Case 5. Authors follow.

12:15-13:15 LUNCH

SESSION 3 Chairs: Dr Dan Darko (London Northwest University Healthcare NHS Trust) and Mr Nigel Mendoza (Imperial College NHS Trust London)

13:15-13:35 Approaches to operating in MRI-negative Cushing’s disease Mr Saurabh Sinha (Sheffield Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust).

13:35-13:55 Case Presentation 7 Case 6. Authors follow.

13:55-14:15 Case Presentation 8 Case 7. Authors follow.

14:15-14:35 Case Presentation 9 Case 8. Authors follow.

14:35-14:55 Case Presentation 8 Case 9. Authors follow.

14:55-15:15 Case Presentation 9 Case 10. Authors follow.