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  • TO R TE C FO A O BE D R Organised by BE E R K R 31 O BI BO RLYEA ST 2nd national conference Metabolic Bone Disorders 2011 Hallam Conference Centre, London 15th & 16th February 2011 40 YEARS OF MEDICAL EDUCATION
  • ObjectivesMetabolic Bone Disorders 2011will bring together leading experts Metabolic Bone 15th February: Focus on osteoporosisin the fields of rheumatology,orthopaedics, geriatric medicine 08.00-08.55 Registration and refreshmentsand endocrinology to discuss 08.55-09.00 Welcome and introductionthe central issues and practical CHAIR: Professor Juliet Compston, Professor of Bone Medicine, University of Cambridge & Honorary Consultant Physician, Addenbrooke’s Hospital, Cambridgemanagement of metabolic bonedisorders. CAUSES AND DIAGNOSIS OF OSTEOPOROSISParticipants will benefit from: 09.00-09.40 KEYNOTE ADDRESS:• A greater understanding of Current understanding of the pathogenesis of the causes and diagnosis osteoporosis: implications for treatment, Professor Juliet Compston, Professor of Bone Medicine, University of of osteoporosis including Cambridge & Honorary Consultant Physician, Addenbrooke’s Hospital, Cambridge pathogenesis, bone imaging 09.40-10.10 Value of bone markers in osteoporosis: impact on and biomarkers disease monitoring and treatment,• Insights into optimal Dr Nicola Peel, Consultant & Clinical Lead in Metabolic Bone Medicine, Northern identification, assessment General Hospital, Sheffield and treatment of fractures in 10.10-10.40 New non-invasive diagnostic techniques for osteoporosis osteoporosis Dr Jonathan Reeve, Director of Research, Division of Bone Research, University of Cambridge & Consultant Physician, Addenbrooke’s Hospital, Cambridge• An update on current and novel treatment strategies for primary 10.40-10.55 Discussion and secondary osteoporosis 10.55-11.20 Refreshments• Reviews of optimal PREVENTION AND MANAGEMENT OF FRACTURES IN management strategies OSTEOPOROSIS for other metabolic bone 11.20-11.50 Non-invasive assessment of fracture risk, disorders including Paget’s Professor Eugene McCloskey, Professor of Adult Bone Disease, University of Sheffield & Honorary Consultant, Northern General Hospital, Sheffield disease, cancer-related disorders, osteomalacia and 11.50-12.20 Identifying patients with vertebral fractures, hyperparathyroid bone disease Dr Emma Clark, Consultant Senior Lecturer in Rheumatology, University of Bristol• Instructive case studies on 12.20-12.50 Vertebroplasty and kyphoplasty for vertebral fractures: management of difficult or indications and best practice, Dr Richard Edwards, Interventional Radiologist, Gartnavel General Hospital, Glasgow unusual cases 12.50-13.05 Discussion Who should attend? 13.05-14.00 Lunch CHAIR: Professor Roger Francis, William Leech Professor of Geriatric Medicine &Metabolic Bone Disorders Honorary Consultant Physician, Freeman Hospital, Newcastle-Upon-Tyne2011 will be of particular MANAGEMENT OF PRIMARY AND SECONDARYinterest to: OSTEOPOROSIS• Bone physicians 14.00-14.30 Secondary osteoporosis: causes, incidence and• Rheumatologists identification,• Orthopaedic specialists Dr Karen Walker-Bone, Senior Lecturer & Honorary Consultant in Rheumatology, University of Sussex• Geriatricians 14.30-15.00 Treatment of secondary osteoporosis,• Endocrinologists Dr Peter Selby, Honorary Senior Clinical Lecturer in Medicine & Consultant• General practitioners Physician, Central Manchester University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust• Radiologists 15.00-15.10 Discussion• Specialist nurses and nurse 15.10-15.30 Refreshments practitioners 15.30-16.00 Current understanding of male osteoporosis, Dr Stephen Tuck, Consultant Rheumatologist, James Cook University Hospital,• Specialists at fracture clinics/ Middlesbrough falls clinics 16.00-16.30 Non-pharmacological interventions for osteoporosis,• Care of the elderly specialists Professor Roger Francis, William Leech Professor of Geriatric Medicine & Honorary Consultant Physician, Freeman Hospital, Newcastle-Upon-Tyne• Physiotherapists• Rehabilitation specialists 16.30-17.00 Advances in medical management of osteoporosis, Professor Jon Tobias, Professor of Rheumatology, Bristol University• All trainees in these disciplines 17.00-17.15 Discussion and close of day one
  • e Disorders 2011 16th February: Focus on other metabolic bone disorders 08.30-09.00 Registration and refreshments CHAIR: Professor David Reid, Head of Division of Applied Medicine & Professor of Rheumatology, University of Aberdeen MANAGEMENT OF OTHER METABOLIC BONE DISORDERS 09.00-09.30 Management of malignant hypercalcaemia, Professor William Fraser, Professor of Clinical Chemistry & Head of Metabolic Bone Disease Unit, University of Liverpool 09.30-10.00 Beyond bisphosphonates: new therapies for cancer- related bone disorders, Professor Rob Coleman, Professor of Medical Oncology, Weston Park Hospital, Sheffield 10.00-10.30 Prevention and management of glucocorticoid-induced bone disorders, Professor David Reid, Head of Division of Applied Medicine & Professor of Rheumatology, University of Aberdeen 10.30-10.45 Discussion 10.45-11.10 Refreshments 11.10-11.40 Management of Paget’s disease and its complications, Dr Richard Keen, Consultant Rheumatologist & Honorary Senior Lecturer in Metabolic Bone Disease, The Royal National Orthopaedic Hospital, Stanmore 11.40-12.10 Osteomalacia in adults, Dr Colin Paterson, Late Reader in Medicine, University of Dundee Testimonials from 12.10-12.20 Discussion Metabolic Bone 12.20-13.10 Lunch Disorders 2009 CHAIR: Dr Richard Keen, Consultant Rheumatologist & Honorary Senior Lecturer in Metabolic Bone Disease, The Royal National Orthopaedic Hospital, Stanmore “Very informative 13.10-13.40 Hypophosphataemic rickets, meeting: excellent Dr Jeremy Allgrove, Consultant in Paediatric Endocrinology and Diabetes, Barts overview of metabolic and the London NHS Trust bone diseases” 13.40-14.10 Hyperparathyroid bone disease, Dr Gavin Clunie, Consultant Rheumatologist, The Ipswich Hospital NHS Trust “Excellent meeting 14.10-14.20 Discussion with the highest calibre 14.20-14.40 Refreshments speakers” 14.40-15.10 The promise of vitamin D and its analogues, Dr Frazer Anderson, Senior Lecturer in Geriatric Medicine, University of “Very well put together Southampton programme covering 15.10-15.15 Discussion most of the important INSTRUCTIVE CASE STUDIES SESSION aspects of metabolic bone disease” 15.15-15.45 Osteoporosis: difficult cases, Dr Gavin Clunie, Consultant Rheumatologist, The Ipswich Hospital NHS Trust Organised by 15.45-16.15 Paget’s disease: difficult cases, Dr Ashok Bhalla, Consultant in Rheumatology & Metabolic Bone Disease, Royal Hospital for Rheumatic Diseases NHS Foundation Trust, Bath 16.15-16.45 Rare metabolic bone disorders: difficult cases, Dr Michael Murphy, Senior Lecturer in Biochemical Medicine, Ninewells Hospital & Medical School, Dundee 16.45-17.00 Panel discussion 17.00 Close of conference
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