If you have been offered RAI as a treatment option to treat your hyperthyroidism, this webinar gives a very informative overview of:
Our experts, Dr Glenn Flux, Head of Radioisotope Physics, Dr Steve Hyer, Consultant Endocrinologist both from the Royal Marsden Hospital, London and Dr Salman Razvi, Consultant Endocrinologist, Queen Elizabeth Hospital, Gateshead cover a vast range of patient queries in the Q&A session.
Watch our webinar on thyroid disorders in children and teenagers. Our excellent speakers, paediatric endocrinologists Dr Catherine Peters and Dr Nadia Schoenmakers, and our very own trustee Joe Straw, who has grown up living with congenital hypothyroidism, discuss causes and treatment, as well as what it's like growing up with a thyroid condition.
Hundreds of patients and healthcare professionals joined us for our webinar on thyroid eye disease.
Speakers at our 'TED: More than meets the eye’ webinar were consultant ophthalmic and oculoplastic surgeons, Miss Rachna Murthy and Mr Jonathan Roos who spoke about the assessment and treatment of TED, new drugs on the horizon and what matters for patients. The session was chaired by endocrinologist, Prof Simon Pearce and included a Q&A session which addressed a wide range of topics including patients' concerns about the aesthetic and psychological aspects of TED.
In July 2020 we were delighted to hold our first online webinar on thyroid surgery. Consultant ENT, thyroid, head and neck surgeon, BAETS President and BTF Trustee Mr Jeremy Davis, kindly presented a talk and answered patient questions. This was an extremely informative session with Jeremy covering a wide range of topics including when thyroid surgery might be appropriate, potential complications and recovery.
The webinar was recorded and is now available for patients to view on the BTF YouTube channel
We welcomed over 90 delegates to our Patient Information Day in London on Saturday 8 February 2020. Guests came to listen to our panel of expert speakers, comprising clinicians, scientists and patient representatives, most of whom had been involved in the development of the NICE guideline on assessment and management of thyroid disease. There was also the opportunity to ask questions to the panel and share experiences with others living with thyroid conditions. Read about our NICE Guidance information event