Dear friends. This is our first blog post! Thanks for reading.....
We hope you're well and wanted to remind you of our March event details so you can book if you are intending to come, if you haven't already - AND - to share details of two very exciting speakers we have now confirmed for later in the year.
24 March - Sanjana Balu from Sense About Science will give a talk about Research Conversations
22 September - Mr Fausto Palazzo will give a talk on The Evolution of Thyroid Surgery
24 November - Dr Anthony Toft will give a talk about The Management of Hypothyroidism.
All of the above (and our May event, programme tbc) will take place at our usual venue, Crown Court Church, Russell Street, Covent Garden, London WC2B 5EZ.
Time: 11am - 2pm
We have noted feedback that unfortunately this venue is not very easily accessible for those with mobility issues, as the hall is down some stairs and the toilets are below, down further stairs. We apologise for this and are now looking for a new venue for 2019. We would welcome any suggestions you may have. Unfortunately because we have put up posters around London advertising the Covent Garden venue for all events for this year, we don't think it's an option to move these events. However we welcome further feedback on this and may reconsider. It's a tricky one. What do you think?
Please book now for March - if you're planning to come along.
The link and calendar on our events page also have further information and you can purchase Dr Toft's excellent book "Understanding Thyroid Disorders" directly from Amazon using this link which will give a small % back to The Thyroid Trust.
We are looking forward to seeing everyone!
Please also feel free to share the March event details via Facebook to help spread the word if you would like to. Or you can download a poster to display here.
sending our best and brightest smiles
from all of us at The Thyroid Trust
We sent the above message to our contacts a week or so ago and thought it would be good to also share online. What do you think of our first blog post? Comments and ideas for future posts are welcome!