Osteoporosis onlineLearn more about treating osteoporosis in this highly interactive multi-language eCME programme endorsed by ECTS and IOF.
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17th International Workshop on Co-morbidities and Adverse Drug Reactions in HIVWe are delighted to announce that the 17th Workshop will be held in October 2015 in Barcelona, Spain. It will retain the very popular format of a combination of plenary sessions and presentations selected from submitted abstracts, plus poster sessions displaying the most current research in the field.
If you would like to see more information, then be sure to visit our website regularly for more information on the upcoming meeting.
Targeting obesity: educational symposia to advance managementOne in every three adults in the world is now overweight or obese. Many of the people affected want to control their weight but, when they try to change their diet and take exercise, early reductions in body weight are mostly not maintained over time. Consequently, many people are left at increased risk of multiple obesity-related complications, as well as having impaired quality-of-life and reduced life expectancy. In this ongoing programme of symposia, we will consider the mechanisms through which weight is controlled and how they can be targeted to promote weight loss and prevent weight regain, and so improve outcomes for people who are affected by overweight or obesity. Visit the website for more information.
Overcoming barriers in SLE management: the patient at the heart of decision-making
13:00-14:30, 10 June 2015, Room B, Hall 10, Fiera Roma, Italy
Chaired by Professor David Isenberg, this EACCME-accredited interactive symposium aims to ensure alignment of patient needs with best practice for management of people with SLE. Faculty include Professor Marta Mosca, Professor Ian Bruce and Charlotte Franks. This symposium also includes a live discussion with a patient from Professor Isenberg’s clinic.
A flyer is available for download.