Thyroid Trust events
We meet regularly in central London. Everyone is welcome to come along, including friends, family and interested professionals. We are a friendly bunch and simply ask all attendees to adhere to our "ground rules".
Refreshments: tea, coffee and herbal tea are provided and we usually also have some nice biscuits.
Please book your place for any of our events via the booking links below, so we can manage numbers and make sure we have enough chairs and refreshments for everyone.
Contact us to let us know if you have an idea for a future speaker or meeting topic you would like us to try and arrange.
Upcoming meeting dates
Events by other organisations
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For more information or to let us know you're coming to any of our events contact us.
Saturday 25th January 2020
11am - 2pm
At Palestra, 197 Blackfriars Road, Southwark, London, SE1 8NJ
Dr Kristien Boelaert MD, PhD, MRCP will give a talk and answer questions on: "An Overview of the new NICE Guidelines on the Management of Thyroid Diseases"
Please book to attend via Eventbrite.
25th November 2017, Patients Voices Winter Warmer event
At: Crown Court Church, Russell Street, Covent Garden, London WC2B 5EZ
This event was on the theme of Self Care, with guest speaker Michele Varchione who has hypothyroidism and shared some gentle chair based yoga exercises we could all join in with as well as some great insights on self care. We also enjoyed a very interesting short talk from group member and artist Peter Esslemont, about his journey with thyroid cancer.
There are some fun photos in the gallery of this meeting.
Michelle teaches mainly in Clapham junction and in Sheen. Let her know you are from The Thyroid Trust if enquiring about classes with her.
You might like to follow Michelle on Instagram. Her posts are very inspiring. @ShalaTeacher.
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