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Trainees: Endocrine Guideline Summaries

Endocrinology is a substantial part of the clinical biochemistry workload but the guidelines for diagnosis and relevant investigations can be lengthy.
These guideline summaries are to be used as a helpful resource to concisely present an overview of the disease/condition, assay strengths and pitfalls and whether the guideline impacts the service provision of a laboratory.

Below is a list of the summaries that have been produced so far and are available for download. These summaries have been reviewed for scientific content by more senior members of the profession (full FRCPath).

If you would like to contribute and complete an Endocrinology guideline summary, please contact either Alana Burns in the first instance via the 'Contact Us' link at the top right hand corner of this page. Otherwise, requests for interest will be emailed to trainees via the ACB office approximately three times a year.
NB. Summaries that have not been reviewed are in the archive section on the left hand side of this page.

Peer Reviewed Summaries


(This page is maintained by the ACB Trainees Committee)
Updated 8 February 2019

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