Webinar on Adult Growth Hormone Deficiency - recording now available!
You can now access the recording of the interactive debate organized by ISE in partnership with the World Alliance of Pituitary Organizations (WAPO) that took place on December 13, 2019.
During this webinar, Professors Jens Otto Jorgensen (Denmark) and Gudmundur Johannsson (Sweden) discussed common symptoms of Adult GHD, controversies around the preferred diagnostic model and starting dosages, novel pharmacological therapies, and psychological and social well-being factors faced by adult GHD patients. They also answered questions from the audience that you cannot miss!
POST-WEBINAR INTERACTIVE CASE STUDY
After watching the webinar, we encourage you to complete your learning experience by completing a fully interactive case study developed by the same experts on “Challenges in the Management of Transition Phase Patients”.
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- Go to the Webinars section and select this webinar’s title
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The first ISE and IMS joint webinar has been a success!
On October 23, 2019, Dr Nick Panay and Professor Johannes Bitzer, coauthors of the Global position Statement on the use of Testosterone for Women led by the International Menopause Society, debated in an online discussion about the key aspects of the consensus statement and the psychotherapeutic approaches to female sexual dysfunction.
Through interactive polls, the experts were able to debate with the audience and answer questions that formed part of what delegates described as a “Purely scientific and up-to-date debate”.
If you missed this webinar or want to watch it again, access the webinar’s recording on the ISE Global Education Hub under the section Video/Webinars.
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