Dear Sir / Madam, Greetings from ESICON 2020. Because of ongoing Covid 19 secnario the ESI has postponed its annual meeting scheduled in September i.e 10 to 13, Will communicate with you our new dates Later.
UK & Europe Faculty
Prof Selby trained in medicine in Cambridge and Birmingham and developed his interest in metabolic bone diseases whilst working in the MRC Mineral Metabolism Unit in Leeds under Chris Nordin and Munro Peacock. He completed his training in Endocrinology and Diabetes in Newcastle under Pat Kendall-Taylor and George Alberti.
Since 1990 he has been in Manchester where he has continued to develop his work in metabolic bone diseases. He is currently working at the University of Manchester. In addition to clinical work and research into a variety of different aspects of bone disease Prof Selby has also helped develop several different sets of clinical guidelines including being part of the National Osteoporosis Guidelines Group and a member of the development group for the recent NICE guidelines on primary hyperparathyroidism. He is also vice chair of a NICE technology appraisal committee.
Timstudied medicine at Cambridge and Oxford. He trained as internistand endocrinologist in Oxford and Nottingham and conducted clinical research in Seattle, USA. He was consultant atSalford Royal Trust, Manchester. Following curriculum leadership roles, he did a Masters and PhD in Education at Maastricht University, the Netherlands, where he was Professor and is now Emeritus Professor. AsProfessor of Medical and Interprofessional Education at Queen’s University Belfast, he heads a research group and supervises research students from Bachelors to Doctoral level. He researches workplace learning, using implementation science to improve doctors’ ability to handle indeterminate, safety-critical situations, using insulin therapy as an example. He uses various critical, qualitative methodologies to investigate power, inequality, and education for humanistic care. He is Honorary Fellow of the Academy of Medical Educators, received the Association for the Study of Medical Education’s Gold Medal, and has won national awards for innovation in medical education.
Professor Peter Trainer qualified in Edinburgh and undertook his higher training in St. Bartholomew’s Hospital London, Aberdeen, Utrecht (Netherlands) and Portland (Oregon, USA). He is a clinical endocrinologist at the Christie Hospital in Manchester and the Medical Director of Manchester Academic Health Science Centre.
Peter is an active leader in the international endocrine community. He has served on the senior executive committees of the Society for Endocrinology, the Endocrine Society, the European Society of Endocrinology (ESE) and chaired Bioscientifica. He chaired the programme organising committee for ECE2011 and the clinical programme of ENDO2007. In 2014 ESE presented him with a ‘special recognition award’ for his contribution to the Society and in particular education. His prime areas of interest are diseases of the pituitary and adrenal glands, particularly Cushing’s syndrome and acromegaly, and the endocrine complications of cancer and its treatment. His research has resulted in over 160 peer-reviewed publications.
Dr Kalpana Kaushal is a Consultant in Endocrinology and Diabetes at Lancashire Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust.She qualified from the University of Manchester, and completed specialty training in the North West of England. She was awarded an MD from the University of Manchester in 2007, for research investigating the insulin-like growth factor system in insulin resistant states. Her clinical practice encompasses a broad range of endocrine conditions, with subspecialty clinics in gynaecological endocrinology and pituitary disorders.She has an interest in medical education, and is Senior Lecturer within the School of Medical Sciences at the University of Manchester.