The British Thyroid Association is committed to promoting research and interest in the field of thyroidology and to the enhancement of clinical care to patients with thyroid disorders.
A non profit making Learned Society, membership of the BTA is restricted to professional clinical specialist doctors, retired consultants, academics, scientists, trainees, nurses and medical students in the UK who manage patients with thyroid disease and/or are researching into the thyroid and its disease in humans.
If you are working in this area we would encourage you to take out membership as this will provide fresh ideas, inspiration and new knowledge via your peers. It also offers several benefits including:
Registration and payment for the annual BTA meeting can now be completed via this link
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Meeting information - including abstract submission details and the latest programme - can be found here
October 2017 - The BTA has responded to the ongoing consultation process by NHS England on prescription of Liothyronine (T3) in primary care. The full response can be found here