PNA Educational Webinars

The Pituitary Network Association works diligently to provide information to pituitary patients, their family and friends, as well as health care providers. One of the ways we accomplish this is by producing webinars. The PNA strives to provide a balance of topics to interest people with all forms of pituitary disorders and the people who care for them and treat them. Our webinars reach all over the globe and have been viewed by people in at least 40 different countries. Each webinar is broadcast live; during the webinar viewers are able to type in questions which are answered at the end of the presentation. Webinar videos are placed on our website for a limited time before they are placed into our Webinar Library where the videos are only available to PNA members (excluding Forum only members). Visit our Webinar Library for full descriptions of each webinar. Login with your membership information for access to the webinar videos.

Our Webinar Library is just one of the many benefits of being a PNA member. PNA offers mulitple membership types. Pituitary Patients, Physcians and Hospital/Medical Centers can all benefit from joining with the PNA to help promote awareness through education. Physicians and Hospital Memberships include a full profile on our website so pituitary patients are able to find the expert care that they need to achieve a good quality of life. For more information about joining PNA click here. 

Recent Webinars:

Pituitary Adenomas: Update on Current Diagnostic and Therapeutic Treatments
Presented by Nathan Zwagerman, MD

 

Cushing's Disease: Recent Advancements in Medical Therapy
Presented by Eliza Geer, MD

Oxytocin and Hypopituitarism: A Missing Forgotten Hormone?
Presented by Yuval Eisenberg, MD

Surgical Management of Cushing's Disease
Presented by Russell Lonser, MD, FAANS

State of the Art Surgical Management of Non-Functioning Pituitary Adenomas
Presented by Varun Kshettry, MD

Delays in Diagnosis of Pituitary Tumors: Why They Happen and Steps to Prevent Them
Presented by Kenneth De Los Reyes, MD, MSc

How Does Real Change Take Place?
Presented by Brian Theiss, AA, CFT, MSF

Acromegaly and it's Complications a Lifelong Journey
Adriana G. Ioachimescu, MD, PhD, FACE

Next Generation Imaging, Pre-Operative Planning & Surgical Navigation Using
3-D Virtual Reality Guidance for Pituitary Surgery
Presented by Robert Louis, MD

Growth Hormone Replacement: Not Just for Kids?
Susan L Samson MD PhD FRCPC FACE

Advances in Pituitary Surgery
Presented by Paul Gardner, MD

Pituitary Centers of Excellence
Presented by Nelson Oyesiku, MD, PhD, FACS

Elevated Prolactin and Prolactinomas
Presented by Georgiana Dobri, MD

Skull Base Treatments for Giant Pituitary Tumors
Presented by Johnny Delashaw, MD

Personalized Treatments for Patients with Acromegaly
Presented by Adriana Ioachimescu, MD

Diabetes Insipidus Practical Facts
Presented by Luma Ghalib, MD

The Genetics of Growth and Growth Disorders From the Hypothalamus to the Epiphysis
Presented by Mitchell Geffner, MD

The Essentials The Diagnosis and Treatment of Hypopituitarism
Presented by John Carmichael, MD

Surgical Management of Cushing's Disease
Presented by Mary Koutourousiou, MD

Multidisciplinary Management of Acromegaly and It's Deformities
Presented by Edward Laws, MD
Hasan Zaidi, MD
Edward Caterson, MD, PhD

Management Options for Pituitary Tumors
Presented by Norberto Andaluz, MD

Empty Sella Syndrome
Presented by Manish Aghi, MD

Keys to Maintaining A Vibrant Heart while Restoring Health, Strength & Spirit from our Inner Core
Presented by Cynthia Thaik, MD

Headaches and Pituitary Tumors
Presented by Garni Barkhoudarian, MD

Hypopituitarism
Presented by Luma Ghalib, MD

Pituitary Surgery for Acromegaly
Presented by Adam Mamelak, MD

Psychosocial Aspects of Pituitary Disease
Presented by Jessica Diller Kovler

Diagnosis, Treatment and Safety of Growth Hormone Therapy in Adults

Hypothalamic Pituitary Dysfunction in Young Athletes with Head Injury

Endoscopic Endonasal Approach for Surgical Resection of Suprasellar Craniopharyngiomas

We are always trying to improve the experiece we provide for our members and we are open to your suggestions. Please contact us for questions, suggestions or just to let us know what you think of the PNA Webinar Series. 

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