New approaches for the optimal management of hypovitaminosis D – Thursday 8th February 2024

Available for South Tees staff only

Event details

  • Date: 08 February 2024
  • Time: 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm
  • Address: Room 30b, STRIVE James Cook University Hospital
  • Category: Work based learning

Booking is closed for this event


This weeks multidisciplinary lunchtime teaching will be delivered by Susan Usher.

Please find a brief description of what Susan will be speaking about:

We have now launched our new product in the UK for Vitamin D deficiency, a Calcifediol and not a Colecalciferol and is for the treatment and prevention of Hypovitaminosis D – Domnisol (Calcifediol Monohydrate, 266 micrograms soft capsules; Prescribing Information). 
This will include promotional information about pharmaceutical product(s). 
I will discuss the features and benefits and cost effectiveness for clinicians and patients.

Target Audience

This session is available to all members of South Tees.
It will be held in STRIVE Room 30b James Cook and a teams link will be sent for anyone wishing to attend remotely. It will be streamed to STRIVE Drs Mess.

Certification & Feedback

Upon completion of the session a certificate will be issued to you. A link will be sent to you after to fill in a feedback form, please ensure you complete the feedback so we are able to continuously improve.


Any information or queries about this session please contact the postgraduate department

[email protected]


Cancellations are to be made through your account. For those who do not attend and have not cancelled their place, your line manager may be notified.