Meeting information

Next Meeting:
To be arranged

The group meets three times a year in March, June and October.

Professional speakers with health related backgrounds attend each meeting. Meetings take place from 10.30am to 1pm. A voluntary donation of £2.00 is requested to cover the cost of room hire.

Location:
The Pavillion
Open University
Milton Keynes
MK7 6AA

Contact:
Wilma on 01908 563289 or see www.thyroidmk.co.uk find us on Facebook or follow us on Twitter @ThyroidMK

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Wilma is the local coordinator for the Milton Keynes group. I have been for the past 18 years a local coordinator and telephone contact for Milton Keynes and surrounding areas.

Along with my team we hold Information Events three times a year at the Open University.If you are having a problem or need advice give me a call, I am happy to receive telephone enquiries. 

Past Meetings

June 2019
Dr Vasco Fernandes MBBS, DCH, MRCGP, FFPHM,  retired Milton Keynes NHS Consultant Physician, came to talk to our group about thyroid conditions.

His talk covered: a general introduction to thyroid conditions, latest information and research and issues related to thyroid conditions and dealing with situations which may arise.

His presentation and slides were commendable, as was his interaction with the audience.  He took time to answer questions, was sympathetic to their needs. For those who couldn’t make the meeting, a copy of his slides are available on request. It was a good opportunity for new members to learn about thyroid conditions and a refresher for those who have been coming to our meetings for some time. 


March 2019 
A feedback survey from the members highlighted that an informal session would be welcomed by our members. Therefore, an informal meeting was held on 2 March 2019. Our members had the chance to have a general discussion. To allow for everyone to take part we also devided the members into two smaller groups. The groups were able to share ideas and information. One new member stated: 'I learned a lot from the friendly and helpful support group, I felt relaxed and was able to talk to others.'