European Congress of Endocrinology (2021) – The Patients’ Voice – Video

Apr 10, 2022

Watch four leading patient advocacy groups for adrenal insufficiency (including our own Kaz Williams), with Endocrinology experts Dr Helen Simpson and Professor Simon Pearce deliver a 30-minute session on the topic: ”Support Groups for Adrenal Insufficiency Patients Bridging the Clinic Gap. Enhancing support for you and your patients while healthcare systems recover from COVID.”

Watch the video on YouTube here.

Credit to the Addison’s Disease Self-Help Group – https://www.addisonsdisease.org.uk

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