About this event

  • Date and time Thu 12 Sep 2019 from 9:30am to 4:00pm
  • Location Royal Society of Medicine
  • Organised by Endocrinology and Diabetes

Receive a comprehensive update on new outcomes from clinical trials in Endocrinology and a new understanding of pathogenetic mechanisms.

This unique event provides a full CME program across the spectrum of Diabetes and Endocrinology. In a fast-moving field, it is impossible to keep up with the latest trials and understand how they will affect clinical practice. The yearbook is the answer to this never-ending problem. Experts in the field will review new research and treatments that have excited them most over the past two years. 

In addition to the mainstream topics of diabetes, thyroid pathology and pituitary disease, selected specialist topics such as male fertility and Turner Syndrome will be visited by experts in these conditions.

This event is a great opportunity to network with colleagues and take part in an interactive discussion of hot topics.

Meeting topics:

- Treatment combinations in Type 1 diabetes
- New insights into gestational diabetes
- Oestrogen replacements for young women
- Thyroid ultrasound


Early bird pricing available until 23 June 2019.


RSM Fellow RSM Associate RSM Retired Fellow RSM Trainee RSM Student
£75.00 £45.00 £45.00 £45.00 £25.00

Non - Member

Consultant / GP AHP / Nurse / Midwife Trainee Student
£125.00 £75.00 £45.00 £42.00

Key speakers

Professor Janice Rymer

Professor of Obstetrics and Gynaecology and Dean of Undergraduate Medicine at Kings College London.

Speaker's biography

Her areas of special interest are Minimal Access Surgery, Ovarian Failure, Medical Education and Female Genital Mutilation. She is an educational supervisor for specialist trainees and a preceptor for specialist advanced training modules in minimal access surgery, menopause and education. She has published over 100 peer review papers and 15 textbooks.

Professor Helen Murphy

Professor of Medicine (Diabetes and Antenatal Care) at the University of East Anglia and Professor of Women’s Health at Kings College London.

Speaker's biography

Helen runs a diabetes pregnancy research programme which aims to improve the glucose control and infant health outcomes of pregnant women with diabetes. Her research interests include improving access to preconception care, developing novel continuous glucose monitoring and artificial pancreas technologies and the role of maternal dietary intake in gestational diabetes. She supervises higher degree students from diabetes & endocrinology, clinical biochemistry and obstetrics & gynaecology. Her research is funded by the National Institute for Health Research (NIHR), Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation (JDRF), Diabetes UK, Diabetes Research & Wellness Foundation (DRWF), and European Association for the Study of Diabetes (EASD).

Professor David Leslie

Professor David Leslie is consultant physician at St Bartholomew's Hospital and Professor of Diabetes and Autoimmunity at the Blizard Institute, Queen Mary, University of London. He was previously elected President of The Association of Physicians of Great Britain and Ireland. 

Speaker's biography

Professor David Leslie has been Principle Investigator of three major EU programmes (EXALT, BLUEPRINT and Action LADA) and Founding Chairman of T1DUK. His research is based on the use of cutting-edge technology applied to unique cohorts (e.g. twins and adult onset autoimmune diabetes patients) to define the nature and origins of type 1 diabetes


View Programme 12 September 2019

Registration, tea and coffee
Novel adjuvant therapies in type 1 diabetes

Professor David Leslie, Queen Mary College 

Gestational diabetes – an update for 2019

Dr Helen Murphy 

Panel Discussion
Tea and coffee break
 Management of lipid disorders

Professor Anthony Wierzbicki 

Male fertility for endocrinologists

Dr Umasuthan Srirangalingham, UCLH London 

Panel Discussion
Pituitary diseases

Dr Amir Sam, Imperial College, London 

Turner Syndrome update

 Dr Helen Turner, Oxford 

Oestrogen replacement in young women

Professor Janice Rymer, King’s College London 

Panel Discussion
Close of meeting and completion of survey


Royal Society of Medicine, 1 Wimpole Street, London, W1G 0AE, United Kingdom