Calman training Day Wednesday 20th November 2013.
MORRIS LECTURE THEATRE, ROBIN BROOK CENTRE, St Bart's Hospital, E1 1BB
GENERAL MEDICAL & ENDOCRINE UPDATE
WITH A FOCUS ON PHAEOCHROMOCYTOMAS
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BETWEEN 10.00 – 5.30 PM
10.00-10.30 Welcome and Registration
10.30-11.00 Doing the basics right: Spotting the Acutely Ill Patient on Call
and What to do About it.
Dr. P. Jones, Consultant Anaesthetist, St. Bartholomew’s ITU.
11.00-11.30 Interpretation of the Plain CXR for the General Physician,
Dr S. Ellis, Consultant Radiologist, London Chest Hospital.
11.30-12.00 A straight-talking, No-nonsense Approach to Salt & Water Balance
Dr.S. Ball, Consultant Physician, Newcastle Royal Infirmary.
12.00-12.45 Spells, Episodes and Funny Turns: A Physician’s Approach.
Prof J. Monson, Emeritus Professor of Clinical Endocrinology,
Barts & the London School of Medicine.
2.00-2.20 Investigating Suspected Catecholamine Excess Without Breaking
Dr S. Ball, Consultant Physician, Newcastle Royal Infirmary.
2.20-2.40 Catecholamine Excess, but the Adrenals are Normal: Where Next?
Dr A. Sahdev, Consultant Radiologist, St. Bartholomew’s Hospital.
3.00-3.30 Surgery for Head & Neck Paragangliomas: A Personal Experience.
Professor M. Gleason, Consultant Surgeon,
The National Hospital for Neurology & Neurosurgery, London.
3.30-4.00 Which patients With Phaeochromocytoma/Paraganglioma
Should have Genetic Testing?
4.30-5.30 Case Presentations (4 to be selected: remainder to be displayed
as Poster Presentations in the Great Hall).
5.30-6.00 Drinks, reception and prizes.