COVID-19/Coronavirus

MIMS Learning Live 2020

MIMS Learning and our parent company Haymarket Media Group are updating our group event activity inline with guidance from the World Health Organization and to reflect local government guidelines to keep all of our participants and teams safe. For MIMS Learning Live, we are also acutely aware of the impact of the pandemic on our speakers and delegation who are on the forefront of this crisis. We know how important MIMS Learning Live is to our community so we are working through all options for both our North event in Leeds on the 15th May and our London event in Olympia on the 26th June and will update you as soon as we are able. To support your ongoing needs for CPD please visit MIMS Learning which offers a wide range of modules to suit your learning needs.

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Professor Mike Kirby

Visiting professor to the Faculty of Health & Human Sciences, University of Hertfordshire and the Prostate Centre

Professor Mike Kirby

Visiting professor to the Faculty of Health & Human Sciences, University of Hertfordshire and the Prostate Centre

Biography

Professor Michael Kirby qualified at St Mary’s Hospital, London and worked as a GP in Hertfordshire. He also worked in the cardiology department at the QEII Hospital, Welwyn Garden City, for 36 years, and provided an open-access echocardiography service for patients with heart failure for the local GPs. He was director of HertNet (the Hertfordshire Primary Care Research Network) from 1998 until 2007. He is now visiting professor to the Faculty of Health and Human Sciences at the University of Hertfordshire, where he was appointed as consultant to the Clinical Trials Coordinating Centre.

He worked with the University of Bedfordshire as visiting professor to the Institute of Diabetes for Older People.

His clinical work is now at the Prostate Centre in London, where he deals with complex cardiometabolic diseases, sexual problems and andrology.

His special interests include cardiology, diabetes, osteoporosis, men’s health, urology and education.