Osteoporosis Clinical Update 2017
#OCU17

30th November 2017
National Conference Centre, Solihull, Birmingham
Earlybird Offer:
Only £60 when you register 
by 31st July 2017


Full ticket price £80 from 1st August

TREATMENT OF OSTEOPOROSIS –

‘When to start, when to stop and when to change?’

With a brand new and innovative format this event promises to provide multidisciplinary clinicians in England with the opportunity to discuss the treatment and management of osteoporosis.

The Clinical Update will bring a series of interactive clinical case discussions to you, presented as part of an expert discussion panel.

You don't want to miss this unique opportunity to take part in group debates and hear the panel's professional opinions. There's limited spaces available so book soon to avoid disappointment.

 

 

You can expect to hear and participate in lively debate around identifying the high-risk patient, treatment options for the atypical patient and considerations for duration of treatment.

Not to mention the networking opportunities you'll have with up to 200 other multidisciplinary clinicians who want to join in these conversations. 

Remember to book your ticket by 31st July to get the fantastic earlybird price!

 

Learning outcomes:


An increased understanding of current national clinical guidance for the treatment and management of osteoporosis.


An increased understanding of identifying high risk patients and the complication associated with treatment.


An increased understanding on the duration of treatment, including considerations to start, stop, and pause treatment.

 

Speakers

We're pleased to say that our prestigious speaker line-up is still being added to. You'll have the opportunity to interact with these clinical experts on the day through facilitated discussion and audience Q&A.

Here's who has confirmed so far...

 

Dr Mike Stone

Consultant Physician, University Hospital Llandough and Director of Bone Research at Cardiff University

Professor David Reid

Consultant Rheumatologist and Osteoporosis Specialist, 25 Harley Street, London Bridge Hospital, King Edward VII's & ROC Private

Dr Emma Clark

Consultant Senior Lecturer in Rheumatology, Musculoskeletal Research Unit, University of Bristol

Professor Neil Gittoes

Consultant & Honorary Professor of Endocrinology, Birmingham

Dr Jennie Walsh

Senior Clinical Lecturer Academic Unit of Bone Metabolism, Sheffield

Dr Kassim Javaid

Consultant in Metabolic Medicine, Nuffield Centre of Orthopaedics, Oxford

Dr Nicola Peel

Consultant and Clinical Lead, Metabolic Bone Centre, Sheffield

6 CPD Credits available

Audience:

  • Consultants
  • Senior Doctors
  • Senior Nurses
  • GPs
  • Radiographers
  • Radiologists
  • Pharmacists

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