Calman training Day Tuesday 27th January 2009.

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Parking is often difficult, and it may be better for people to head for Halfacre Road, Hanwell, approaching from the Greenford Avenue end, not the Uxbridge Road end. Some map-reading required, but the junction of Halfacre Road and Uxbridge Road is sealed off (as is station Road and Uxbridge Road), and the road further down has lots of parking spaces. Then there is a 5 minute walk to the hospital. Just a suggestion....that's where I (Hugh Mather) often park !

You go down Greenford Avenue (coming from the A40, via the B455 Ruislip Road) (or up Church Road, coming from the A4), along Station Approach, left into Station Road, then Connolly Road, then park in Half Acre Road or any of those streets. There are always places.

Boardroom Level 2, Ealing Hospital.

1:00 - 2:00pm Travel to Ealing Hospital, Bardroom, level 2.

2 pm Welcome Dr Kevin Baynes

2:00 Testosterone measurements: A biochemistís perspective (Sophie Barnes, Clinical Biochemist, St Maryís Hospital)

2:30 Intersex states: Case histories and management (Richard Bell)

3:00 Renal stones: Investigation & management (Frank Geogehan, Clinical Biochemistry, Ealing Hospital)

3:30 Break

3:50 Vitamin D deficiency (Varunika Lecamwasam/Ali Abarra)

4.20 Diabetes and acute stroke: Is there an evidence base? (Kevin Baynes)

5:00 Certificates and Close