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Society for Endocrinology BES 2016

Brighton, UK
07 Nov 2016 - 09 Nov 2016

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Futures 1: My future career in endocrinology?

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This house believes that prednisolone should be the first line for glucocorticoid replacement in adrenal insufficiency: The case FOR…

Meeran Karim

Natural hormones are continuously secreted and metabolised and thus have a short half-life. When administered exogenously, either the natural hormone needs to be administered often, or analogues with longer half-lives are given. For insulin, slow release (zinc suspensions) have been used, and more recently, the molecule has been extensively modified to give longer lasting insulins. Similarly, hydrocortisone can be given as a slow release or modified release preparation, or the...

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My future career in endocrinology? Endocrine careers: a trainee’s view

May Christine

As a specialist trainee nearing the end of training in endocrinology and diabetes I will share my experience and thoughts about specialty training and a career in endocrinology.If you are wondering why to choose endocrinology and diabetes as a specialty, what the specialty has to offer you, what you will experience as a specialty trainee and how to make the most out of your training program, then this presentation is designed with you in mind.<p clas...

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“Why, where and when to do Endocrinology Research”

O'Rahilly Stephen

Endocrinology is a discipline that has always attracted doctors with inquisitive minds. There is much that is still to be learned about the causes of endocrine diseases and how to best prevent and treat them. Whether your principal goal is to be a basic scientist, a clinical scientist and educator or a practitioner, there are numerous ways that you can contribute to the advancement of your discipline through leading or participating in research. In this talk I will discuss the...