Osteoporosis onlineLearn more about treating osteoporosis in this highly interactive multi-language eCME programme endorsed by ECTS and IOF.
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15th International Workshop on Co-morbidities and Adverse Drug Reactions in HIVWe are delighted to announce that the 15th Workshop will be held in October 2013 in Brussels, Belgium. 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.
Delegate feedback from the 14th Workshop, held 19–21 July 2012 in Washington DC shows it was a success:
'...Wonderful format and great presentation...'
'...Very good faculty...'
'...Been my favourite scientific meeting for years...'
'...Please continue with the workshop...'
If you would like to be part of this success, then be sure to visit our website regularly for more information on the upcoming meeting.
Targeting obesity: educational symposia to advance managementThis CME-accredited symposia series developed by Professors Lawrence Leiter, Arne Astrup and Nicholas Finer will review topics including lifestyle measures, pharmacotherapy, surgery, maintaining weight loss and management of obesity. Visit the website for more information on the meetings taking place in Panama, Kuala Lumpur and Sofia throughout 2014.
The lipid paradox: understanding CV risk in RA
13:00-14:30, 11 June 2014, Ampithéâtre Bordeaux, Le Palais des Congrés de Paris, Paris, France
This interactive symposium aims to review the pathophysiology manifestation and management of dyslipidaemia in RA patients. Chaired by Professor Ernest Choy, faculty include Dr Christina Charles-Schoeman and Prof Iain McInnes.
The webcast of our EULAR 2013 symposium ‘Reducing cardiovascular risk in RA: current and future perspectives’ is still available to view via your computer and mobile device.