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Steroid Emergency Card - where do you keep your card?

We recently joined forces with Addison's Disease Self Help Group to ask you where you keep your steroid emergency card.

Covid-19 Autumn Booster Update - July 2022

The plan for covid-19 booster programme has been released by the Department for Health and Social Care. This is our summary of what this might mean for you and a reminder of the sick day rules if you do become unwell. 

Steroid Awareness Cards: Why you need one

This blog outlines the steroid awareness card, who needs one and how to get one. 

Research Opportunity: Young People with Pituitary Conditions

Young people with pituitary conditions willing to talk about their experiences of moving from child to adult healthcare services.

2022 Annual General Meeting

Our AGM will be held 3pm - 6pm on Tuesday 4th October, with options to attend virtually or in person in London. 

Anaesthesia for pituitary patients

In this article written by Dr Alex Stilwell, he talks us through some commonly asked questions by people having a general anaesthetic. Including some specific advice for people with pituitary conditions. 

Press Release - Living Well: Pituitary Awareness Month

The Pituitary Foundation is delighted to announce the 2022 Pituitary Awareness Month with the theme of “Living Well”. 

A month long programme of events, both online and in person will be open to pituitary patients, their families, friends and carers and offer practical advice, networking, support and thought-provoking discussion around endocrinology.

Research Opportunity: Adrenal Insufficiency and Addison's Disease

Healthcare Opinions require the help of adults who have been diagnosed with Adrenal Insufficiency, including Addison’s disease, and/or their caregivers.

Research Opportunity: Self-Injecting Device

Healthcare Opinions require the help of adults diagnosed with specific conditions to give their feedback on the design of a new injection device.

Growth Hormone Deficiency: New test available for adults

We know that the current test for growth hormone deficiency is unpleasant, so we are pleased to have been part of the creation of a new growth hormone test for adults.