17 - 19 NOVEMBER 2021



Due to the COVID-19 situation unfolding in most states and territories, the APEG Council have made the decision for the 2021 APEG Fellows' School to be run as a virtual meeting from 17 - 19 November 2021.  


The APEG Clinical Fellows' School is a 2 day workshop, held annually in conjunction with the APEG’s Annual Scientific Meeting. The Clinical School is designed to assist Paediatric Endocrine Fellows' develop their clinical and patient management skills, with the emphasis of the subject matter on topics that specifically relate to sub-specialty training. The format of the Clinical School also provides a unique opportunity to establish a formal Fellows’ support network. APEG will be holding the meeting in 2021 virtual from 17 - 19 November 2021. 


Dr Jan Walker, New South Wales (Convenor) 

Dr Diane Jensen, Queensland 

Dr Myra Poon, New South Wales  


Prof Craig Munns, New South Wales

Dr Helen Woodhead, New South Wales

Prof Margaret Zacharin, Victoria



On completion of this workshop, attendees should be able to;  

  • Identify the pathogenesis and determine the appropriate treatment path for various endocrine disorders
  • Identify relevance of clinical literature in paediatric endocrinology


Attending fellows must be in a core or non core endocrine training position and must be a member or have applied for membership of the Australasian Paediatric Endocrine Group (APEG). Attending fellows need to submit a letter of approval from the Head of Department and a CV as well as advising the number of previous APEG Fellow's Schools attended and the number of times you you have presented at a Fellow's School (attending fellows are allowed to attend a maximum of 4 fellows schools) as well as clarify your Paediatric Endocrine training level. 

Participants will be required to choose from a selected range of topics from the list provided. From these topics, fellows are required to compile a one paragraph summary for three different case studies (one for each topic) and submit online via the link on the application tab.

Fellows will then be advised if they have been selected to present one case study, chosen by the Faculty to be the most relevant to the meeting. Due to increasing numbers of applicants, preference of place will be given to people training in Paediatric Endocrinology and those who have to date presented less than twice. 

Participants will be required to attend all sessions and social functions as part of the Fellows School program. Should participating Fellows not be able to attend a social function, they will be personally liable for the cost. 


This Clinical School has been endorsed by APEG. For further information please contact the APEG Fellows School Secretariat using the details below.


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