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2021 Barrow Pituitary Symposium

Who Should Attend 

Physicians, nurse practitioners, physician’s assistants, nurses and other healthcare professionals with an interest in the application of best practices involving pituitary  physiology, pituitary tumors, and other neuro-endocrine disorders.

Note: CME/CEUs are pending.

Objectives 

At the end of this activity, the learner should be able to recommend the appropriate diagnostic modalities for patients with pituitary disorders with subtle clinical  findings to ensure early diagnosis and intervention by pituitary specialists, describe the appropriate treatment algorithms for patients with various types of pituitary tumors, select the appropriate medical/hormonal treatment options for pituitary disorders before and after surgery as well as in lieu of surgical intervention, and recognize the importance of accurate performance of critical diagnostic testing for post-operative hormonal and electrolyte dysfunction.

Registration Information

Attendee TypeEarly BirdLate registration
Physician$150$200
Resident / Fellow$90$140
NP / PA / RN$90$140
Dignity Health Residents / FellowsWaivedWaived
Dignity Health RN / NPWaivedWaived
Registration fee includes: Symposium, program materials, and continuing education credits.
Refund and cancellation policy: Barrow reserves the right to cancel or change the program for due causes. Cancellation of this program by Barrow or by the participant before October 10th will result in a full refund of tuition.
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Date, Time, and Location

Saturday, November 6, 2021
8:00 AM to 3:00 PM
Also available online

Goldman Auditorium
Barrow Neurological Institute
2910 North 3rd Avenue
Phoenix, Arizona 85013
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Speaker Information

SPeakerTopic
Andrew Little, MDLive Surgery & Case Overview
Jacques Marcos, MD Lessons Learned in the Surgical Treatment of Acromegaly
Roberto Salvatori, MDTreatment of Prolactinomas: When, How and How Long?
Andrew Little, MDSurgery Check In
Jacques Marcos, MDLessons Learned in the Surgical Treatment of Cushing’s Disease
Michael Garcia, MDRadiotherapy for Pituitary Tumors
Kevin Yuen, MDPearls of Diagnosis and Management of DI and SIADH
Brian Wilhelmi, MDAnesthesia Considerations in Transsphenoidal Surgery
Andrew Little, MDAdvances in Pituitary Surgery
Griffin Santarelli, MDThe Sinonasal Approach and Recovery of Pituitary Surgery
Andrew Little, MD  Debate with Case Presentations
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