Programme

Leading European experts in the field of endocrinology and metabolism share their insights in a case study orientated course designed to improve your clinical practice. Listen to and discuss cases with experts and develop your understanding of how to approach clinical scenarios. There will also be an online test  sent in advance of each webinar and answers will be discussed during the live session to assess your knowledge and to cement your learning.

Please note that changes to the speakers or the lecture topics may occur between now and the meeting start date.

 

Monday 25 October 2021: New treatments and technologies in diabetes

17:00 - 19:00 CEST

Chairs: Karim Meeran (UK) & Mark Gurnell (UK)

New technologies in diabetes

Charlotte Boughton (UK)

New therapies/agents in diabetes (and preventing complications)

Jochen Seufert (Germany)

 

Tuesday 26 October 2021: Non-adenoma cell lesions

17:00 - 19:00 CEST

Chairs: Mark Gurnell (UK) & Mark Sherlock (Ireland)

Non-pituitary sella masses

Mark Gurnell (UK)

Managing morbidity in Craniopharyngioma

Hermann Mueller (Germany)

Hypophysitis

Mark Sherlock (Ireland)

 

Wednesday 27 October 2021: Osteoporosis - diagnosis and treatment

17:00 - 19:00 CEST

Chairs: Mirjam Christ-Crain (Switzerland) & Heide Siggelkow (Germany)

Osteoporosis in men

Alex Comninos (UK)

Steroid induced osteoporosis

Heide Siggelkow (Germany)

Rare forms of osteoporosis

Natasha Appelman-Dijkstra (Netherlands)

 

Thursday 28 October 2021: Gender dysphoria

17:00 - 19:00 CEST

Chairs: Bas Havekes (Netherlands) & Daniele Santi (Italy)

Adult transition

Martin Den Heijer (Netherlands)

Adolescent transition

Sabine Hannema (Netherlands) 

Post transition follow-up / long term management

TBC

 

Friday 29 October 2021: Obesity

17:00 - 19:00 CEST

Chairs: Maeve Durkan (Ireland) & Gerald Raverot (France)

Medical management of Obesity

TBC

Bariatric surgery

Maud Robert (France)

Post-bariatric surgery - endocrine complications

Maeve Durkan (Ireland)

 

 

CME application will be applied for.