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The Endocrine Nurses' Skills series will be taking place monthly, available free to Society members who register and attend the live webinar, or by streaming the session on demand within the Members' Area.

If you are not a member of the Society and wish to access the webinar series, you can apply for membership here.

For information on how to access the webinars please visit the registration page.

The topics to be covered are:

Host: Helen Loo, (Oxford, UK)

Speaker: Phillip Yeoh (London, UK)

Stream-on-demand the first webinar within the Members' Area.

                                                    

Phillip Yeoh (London, UK)

I have been an endocrine nurse for over 20 years. Initially working in Neurology and Neurosurgery then moved to endocrinology. My first endocrine post was researched charge nurse at Barts Hospital endocrine unit then I move to set up a new endocrine and diabetes service at The London Clinic.

I am a member of the Nurse Committee at the Society for Endocrinology, previously I was the Nurse Committee member at the European Society for Endocrinology. My interests are adrenal conditions, pituitary disease and lately endocrine cancers.

Helen Loo (Oxford, UK)

I have been a nurse for 18 years working both nationally and internationally and in endocrinology for 4 years. I won the Annette Louis seal award in 2019 and completed the masters level for endocrine nursing in summer 2020.

Host: Helen Loo (Oxford, UK)

Speaker: Mr Sherwin Criseno (Birmingham, UK)

Sherwin is a Consultant Nurse in Endocrinology at the University Hospitals Birmingham NHS Foundation Trust. He leads the largest team of Specialist Nurses in Endocrinology in Europe. He is currently the Chair of the European Society of Endocrinology Nurse Committee and is the recipient of the 2020 Society for Endocrinology Endocrine Nurse Award. He specialises in pituitary tumours, adrenal tumours, adrenal insufficiency, andrology, metabolic bone and calcium disorders, late effects of cancer treatment and growth hormone disorder in adults.

Helen has been a nurse for 18 years working both nationally and internationally and in endocrinology for four years. Helen won the Annette Louise Seal Award in 2019 and is the first nurse to successfully complete the new Society for Endocrinology- Oxford Brookes University Masters Module in Endocrine Nursing in 2020.

Speaker: Miriam Asia

SESSION OVERVIEW TO FOLLOW

Miriam Asia is a Senior Clinical Nurse Specialist working at University Hospitals Birmingham NHS Foundation Trust and one of the senior members of the biggest endocrine nursing team in the UK. She is a Member of the Society for Endocrinology Nurse Committee. She currently runs the weekly Nurse-led Adrenal and Thyroid Clinics. She’s the nursing Clinical Governance Lead of the Endocrine Department. She graduated with a Baccalaureate Degree in Nursing in 1992 and a Master’s Degree in Nursing (Major in Adult Nursing) in 1996 at St. Paul University (Philippines). She’s a non-medical prescriber and recently completed her Master’s Module in Endocrinology at Oxford Brookes University.

Further dates and topics, will be added to this page in due course.