Calman training Day Friday 9th November 2018.
MORRIS LECTURE THEATRE, ROBIN BROOK CENTRE, St Bart's Hospital, E1 1BB
Challenging cases in hypothalamo-pituitary disease
To book, please e-mail Chetna Varsani on Chetna.Varsani@bartshealth.nhs.uk
This year's Society for Endocrinology Professor for 2018 is Chris Thompson from Dublin. As in previous years, Barts, UCH, Imperial and Cambridge are joining forces to stage a clinical symposium, at which four interesting cases will be discussed in two pairs.
Professor CJ Thompson, Professor of Endocrinology, Beaumont Hospital, Dublin and Society for Endocrinology Visiting Professor 2018
Dr Jane Evanson, Consultant Neuroradiologist, Barts Health NHS Trust
Miss Joan Grieve, Consultant Neurosurgeon and Pituitary MDM Lead, National Hospital for Neurology and Neurosugery, Queen Square, London
2 – 2.25pm. Curiosity vs pragmatism: When to biopsy an abnormal pituitary. Presented by Dr Shazia Hussain on behalf of Miss Grieve and Prof W Drake
2.25-2.50 pm. Polyuria and a headache: Occam’s razor or Hickam’s dictum? Presented by Dr Andrew Powlson on behalf of Prof M Gurnell
2.50 – 3.20 Keynote lecture: Hypothalamic complications of craniopharyngioma Professor CJ Thompson, Professor of Endocrinology, Beaumont Hospital, Dublin
3.20 – 3.30. Discussion.
3.30 – 4 pm. Tea. Great Hall. St Bartholomew’s Hospital
4.00-4.25. Malignant pituitary mass: dilemmas and options Mr Ramesh Nair and Dr Florian Wernig, Imperial Healthcare, London
4.25 – 4.50. Constitutive waterlogging? Dr H Simpson, University College London Hospital
4.50 – 5pm. Final discussion and closing remarks.
5pm. Certificates and feedback.