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AOCE Lectures

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Plenary Lecture I

Prof. Shong Young-Kee – Korean Endocrine Society
Prof. Vivien Lim, MD – Endocrine and Metabolic Society of Singapore
Prof. Yuji Hiromatsu, MD, PhD – Japan Endocrine Society
Prof. Pradana Soewondo – Indonesian Society of Endocrinology
Prof. Khue Nguyen Thy, MD – Vietnam Association of Diabetes and Endocrinology
 

Plenary Lecture III

Molecular Genetics: Utility in Endocrine Practice – Prof. Tjin-Shing Jap, MD (Taiwan)
 

Plenary Lecture IV

Thyroid Cancer Update 2014 – Prof. Young-Kee Shong, MD, PhD (Korea)
 

Plenary Lecture V

Vitamin D in Health and Disease: Definitions and Directions – Prof. Augusto A. Litonjua, MD (USA)
 

Plenary Lecture VI

Endocrinology of Aging – Prof. Bu Beng Yeap, MBBS, FRACP, PhD (Australia)
 

Plenary Lecture VII

Herbal Medicines and Dietary Supplements in Diabetes and Endocrine Practice – Prof. Cecilia A. Jimeno, MD (Philippines)
 

Plenary Lecture VIII

Osteoporosis Update 2014: New Frontiers in Therapeutics – Prof. Bart L. Clarke, MD (Rochester, Minnesota, USA)
 

Plenary Lecture X

Emerging Therapies for Diabetes: New Therapeutic Targets – Prof. James R. Gavin, III, MD, PhD (USA)
 

Symposia: Endocrinology Across the Ages

Approach to Common Endocrine Disorders in Pediatrics – Prof. Reiko Horikawa, MD (Japan)
Transitional Care of the Pediatric Endocrine Patient – Prof. Sylvia Capistrano-Estrada, MD (Philippines)
Diabetes In Pregnancy Speaker – Prof. Chaicharn Deerochanawong, MD (Thailand)
Thyroid Disorders in Pregnancy – Prof. Akane Ide, MD, PhD (Japan)
Metabolic Syndrome in the Elderly – Prof. Dee Pei, MD (Taiwan)
Thyroid Dysfunction in the Elderly – Prof. Elizabeth Paz-Pacheco, MD, FPCP, FPSEM (Philippines)
 

Symposia: Management Updates

Lipid Guidelines: The Endocrinologist’s Perspective – Prof. Siew Peng Chan, MD, PhD (Malaysia)
Adrenal Causes of Hypertension: Management Update – Prof. Nor Azmi Kamaruddin, MD (Malaysia)
Pituitary Tumors: Management Update – Prof. Eun Jig Lee, MD (Korea)
 

Symposia: Trends and Technologies in Endocrine Practice

Diabetes APPS for Doctors – Prof. Mia C. Fojas (Philippines)
Diabetes APPS for Patients – Prof. Iris Thiele Isip-Tan, MD (Philippines)
Islet Transplantation – Prof. Angela Koh Fang Yung, MD (Singapore)
Endocrine Surgery Update – Prof. Brian Lang, MD (Hong Kong)
Bariatric & Metabolic Surgery Update – Prof. Wei Jei Lee, MD, PhD (Taiwan)
 

Special Lecture

Meet the European Commission’s Directorate for Research and Innovation – Laurent Bochereau, PhD, European Commission (Belgium)
 

Meet the Professor Sessions

Diagnostic Approach to Thyroid Nodules – Prof. Chih-Yuan Wang, MD, PhD (Taiwan)
Management of Thyroid Nodules – Prof. Won Bae Kim, MD(Korea)
Approach to Secondary Osteoporosis – Dr. Vivien Lim, MD (Singapore)
Osteoporosis in Men – Prof. Jawl-Shan Hwang, MD (Taiwan)
Inpatient Hyperglycemia – Prof. Thavatchai Peerapatdit, MD (Thailand)
Diabetic Emergencies – Prof. Khue Nguyen Thy (Vietnam)
Thyroid Storm and Myxedema Coma – Prof. Roberto C. Mirasol, MD (Philippines)
Hypocalcemia and Hypercalcemia – Prof. Bart L. Clarke (Rochester, Minnesota, USA)
 

Lunch Symposium

Vascular Protection in Type 2 Diabetes: Insights from Recent Outcomes Trials – Prof. Richard O’Brien, MBBS, FRACP, PhD (Australia)
 

Dinner Symposium

The Benefit of Cilostazol Therapy in Preventing Macrovascular Complications in Diabetic Patients – Prof. Soo Lim, MD (Korea)

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World Thyroid Day 2014

The Asia & Oceania Thyroid Association (www.aothyroid.org), in cooperation with sister international thyroid societies, the American Thyroid Association, the European Thyroid Association (http://www.eurothyroid.com/), the and the Latin American Thyroid Society (www.lats.org) , recognizes the 7th Annual World Thyroid Day, May 25, 2014.

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Established in 2008, World Thyroid Day highlights five major goals to:

  • Increase awareness of thyroid health,
  • Promote understanding of advances made in treating thyroid diseases,
  • Emphasize the prevalence of thyroid diseases,
  • Focus on the urgent need for education and prevention programs, and
  • Expand awareness of new treatment modalities.
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Written and Oral Examinations for Diplomate in Endocrinology, Diabetes and Metabolism

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Requirements

The following documents are required for application to take the (PSBEDM) Certifying Examination for Diplomate in Endocrinology, Diabetes and Metabolism.

  1. Certificate as Philippine College of Physicians (PCP) Diplomate.
  2. Should be a PSEM member in good standing* (certification to be obtained from PSEM secretary)
  3. Certificate of Fellowship in Endocrinology and Metabolism in a PSEM accredited Endocrinology and Metabolism training program (minimum of 2 years) or its international equivalent.
  4. One published ANALYTICAL research paper serving as a senior author in a recognized journal/publication or a certificate of acceptance for publication of the completed research paper (International, National, PJIM, and other recognized journals of the PCP components societies, or recognized institutional journals of the accredited training institutions). Case reports will not be acceptable.
  5. Endorsement of two PSEM fellows of good standing.
  6. Authenticated list of all Endocrine and Metabolic cases managed or co-managed during post-residency fellowship training. List must cover the whole range of the subspecialty (hospital case number, complete name of patients, address and telephone, complete diagnosis and disposition) as per required number of cases. The Section Chief or Training Officer must authenticate the said list.
  7. Curriculum Vitae
  8. Completed application form
  9. Payment of application and examination fee

 

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