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Working and remaining in Ireland must be made attractive for Irish trainees – Prof Hoey

Irish endocrinology trainees are highly trained, in great demand abroad, and it must be made attractive for them to return...
Working and remaining in Ireland must be made attractive for Irish trainees – Prof Hoey

Sex development disorders care continuing to evolve

Irish Endocrine Society, Annual Conference, 27 November 2020 Disorders of sex development (DSDs) – a diverse group of congenital conditions...
Sex development disorders  care continuing to evolve

Need for better detection of gestational diabetes highlighted

Better approaches to detecting gestational diabetes mellitus (GDM) are needed given the increasing burden of this condition globally, the IES...
Need for better detection of  gestational diabetes highlighted

Impact of exercise on development of type 2 diabetes subject of McKenna Lecture

Irish Endocrine Society, Annual Conference, 27 November 2020 This year’s Irish Endocrine Society (IES) McKenna Lecture, which is awarded for...
Impact of exercise on development of  type 2 diabetes subject of McKenna Lecture

Hadden Lecture focuses on management of diabetes in pregnancy

Irish Endocrine Society, Annual Conference, 27 November 2020 This year’s IES Hadden Lecture was delivered by Prof Helen Murphy, Professor...
Hadden Lecture focuses on management of diabetes in pregnancy

Vitamin D status in women with gestational diabetes mellitus

Irish Endocrine Society, Annual Conference, 27 November 2020 A study by a team from South Tipperary General Hospital, Clonmel, which...
Vitamin D status in women with gestational diabetes mellitus

Children with type 1 diabetes report positivity

Research findings presented to the 2019 IES Annual Meeting in Galway stated that children who have been diagnosed with type...
Children with type 1 diabetes report positivity

Benefits of transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulation discussed

A research presentation given at the 2019 Irish Endocrine Society (IES) Annual Meeting demonstrated how transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulation (TENS)...
Benefits of transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulation discussed

Fat mass correlates with hunger and energy intake in obesity

Research presented to the 2019 IES Annual Meeting has found that, at the extremes of obesity, fat mass (FM) positively...
Fat mass correlates with hunger and energy intake in obesity

High-density lipoprotein particles undergo metabolic activation during obesity

According to research presented in an oral presentation at the IES Annual Meeting, high-density lipoprotein (HDL) particles undergo metabolic activation...
High-density lipoprotein particles undergo metabolic activation during obesity
Working and remaining in Ireland must be made attractive for Irish trainees – Prof Hoey Working and remaining in Ireland must be made attractive for Irish trainees – Prof Hoey
Irish endocrinology trainees are highly trained, in great demand abroad, and it must be made attractive for them to return...
Sex development disorders  care continuing to evolve Sex development disorders care continuing to evolve
Irish Endocrine Society, Annual Conference, 27 November 2020 Disorders of sex development (DSDs) – a diverse group of congenital conditions...
Need for better detection of  gestational diabetes highlighted Need for better detection of gestational diabetes highlighted
Better approaches to detecting gestational diabetes mellitus (GDM) are needed given the increasing burden of this condition globally, the IES...
Impact of exercise on development of  type 2 diabetes subject of McKenna Lecture Impact of exercise on development of type 2 diabetes subject of McKenna Lecture
Irish Endocrine Society, Annual Conference, 27 November 2020 This year’s Irish Endocrine Society (IES) McKenna Lecture, which is awarded for...
Hadden Lecture focuses on management of diabetes in pregnancy Hadden Lecture focuses on management of diabetes in pregnancy
Irish Endocrine Society, Annual Conference, 27 November 2020 This year’s IES Hadden Lecture was delivered by Prof Helen Murphy, Professor...
Vitamin D status in women with gestational diabetes mellitus Vitamin D status in women with gestational diabetes mellitus
Irish Endocrine Society, Annual Conference, 27 November 2020 A study by a team from South Tipperary General Hospital, Clonmel, which...
Children with type 1 diabetes report positivity Children with type 1 diabetes report positivity
Research findings presented to the 2019 IES Annual Meeting in Galway stated that children who have been diagnosed with type...
Benefits of transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulation discussed Benefits of transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulation discussed
A research presentation given at the 2019 Irish Endocrine Society (IES) Annual Meeting demonstrated how transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulation (TENS)...
Fat mass correlates with hunger and energy intake in obesity Fat mass correlates with hunger and energy intake in obesity
Research presented to the 2019 IES Annual Meeting has found that, at the extremes of obesity, fat mass (FM) positively...
High-density lipoprotein particles undergo metabolic activation during obesity High-density lipoprotein particles undergo metabolic activation during obesity
According to research presented in an oral presentation at the IES Annual Meeting, high-density lipoprotein (HDL) particles undergo metabolic activation...

Thyroiditis postCovid-19 and postvaccination explored by research teams

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Separate research teams from University Hospital Kerry, Tipperary University Hospital, Tallaght University Hospital and Beaumont Hospital in Dublin have reported on cases of thyroiditis post-vaccination for SARS-CoV-2 to this year’s IES Annual Meeting. In an oral case report of ‘Subacute thyroiditis post-viral vector vaccine for Covid-19′, by Dr Caoimhe Casey and Dr Tom Higgins at…

Increases in vitamin D levels during pandemic highlighted by researchers

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Researchers have highlighted increases in vitamin D levels during the pandemic in a number of presentations at this year’s IES annual meeting. Vitamin D levels increased and deficiency decreased between 2015-20 and 2020-21 in a study population in the west of Ireland, the meeting heard in an oral presentation by Ms Caoimhe Moran, School of…

Working and remaining in Ireland must be made attractive for Irish trainees – Prof Hoey

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Irish endocrinology trainees are highly trained, in great demand abroad, and it must be made attractive for them to return to Ireland and remain in the country, Prof Hilary Hoey, Director of Professional Competence, RCPI, told the 45th Annual Meeting of the Irish Endocrine Society (IES), which took place on 19-20 November on a virtual…

Update Journal – Endocrinology and Diabetology

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CPD Module- Diabetes Continuous glucose monitoring

2 CPD Hours Authors Dr Michael Lockhart, Endocrinology SpR, and Prof Diarmuid Smith, Consultant Diabetologist and Endocrinologist, Academic Department of Diabetes and Endocrinology, Beaumont Hospital and RCSI Medical School Type 1 diabetes mellitus (T1DM) is a chronic autoimmune condition characterised by autoimmune destruction of the pancreatic beta cell. It is associated with macrovascular and microvascular…

CPD Module- Diabetes mellitus

2 CPD Hours Authors Dr Maeve Durkan, MBBS, FACP, M.Med.Ed, Consultant in Diabetes & Endocrinology, Bons Secours Hospital, Cork, Senior Clinical Lecturer in Medicine, UCC, Chair Diabetes Section IES. Member National Diabetes Clinical Advisory Group. The goal of this module is to make a diagnosis and confirm diabetes mellitus, as well as understand the differing…

The Gander – 14 November 2019

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