University of Washington Campus
HUB North Ballroom
This is a comprehensive 1.5 day course on principles of endocrinology and diabetes geared towards primary care providers. There is an ongoing immense need for education in these areas as there have been vast changes in the field of endocrinology over the past decade. Primary care providers often are faced with diagnosing many endocrine conditions such as thyroid disorders, treatment of calcium disorders, osteoporosis as well as diabetes and obesity. This course aims to provide a broad update on current strategies in endocrine disease management. Highlighted offerings on day one include plenary lectures on management of thyroid nodules, osteoporosis update and workshops with interactive case management discussions. Current issues on transgender care, management of obesity with a half day focus on diabetes and obesity. This part of the program will provide timely information on new clinical trial data and address use of new therapeutic strategies in diabetes.
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