Free-to-attend conference and exhibition unifying all professionals involved in diabetes care

Join thousands of diabetes healthcare professionals at DPC2019

Diabetes Professional Care (DPC) is a unique, free-to-attend, CPD-accredited event for healthcare professionals (HCPs) involved in the prevention, treatment and management of diabetes, and its related conditions.

Launched in 2015, DPC meets a real and increasing need for accessible education among HCPs by arming them with the skills and knowledge to provide better care for their patients.

DPC2018 attracted a record attendance of 4,195 visitors – and DPC2019 promises to be even bigger and better! So, if you’re a professional responsible for delivering diabetes care pathways at any level, it is the one event you can’t afford to miss.


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"There have been some absolutely phenomenal talks and some real cutting-edge discussions. If you’re a healthcare professional and you have a passion for diabetes, you have to be here."

Chris Chapman, Group Managing Director, GlucoRx

Why attend DPC2019?

Learn from the experts in diabetes care

Meet leading diabetes solutions providers

Network with other healthcare professionals

See what our participants have to say about DPC

DPC2018 brought together more than 4,000 visitors, speakers and exhibitors at a unique event aimed at improving the lives of people with diabetes.

“It’s an extremely important event for the formulation of policy and I look forward to it immensely every year. Where else would you get so many people with an interest in diabetes under one roof?”

Rt Hon Keith Vaz, MP and Chair, All Party Parliamentary Group for Diabetes

“It’s very useful to attend as you will be able to apply in a healthcare setting what you have learned and it will change the way you take care of patients with diabetes.”

Maria Solon, RGN, The Calderdale Royal Hospital

“A great opportunity to network and get up to date with new diabetes practices, products and services.”

Adam Lester-George, Director (Healthcare Innovation), LeLan

“It’s a great conference for anyone who wants to learn everything about diabetes and the diabetes space in general.”

Nicholas Feenie, College of Contemporary Health

“An exceptionally informative and well organised conference offering vital information to all service sectors on the development and research into diabetes.”

CPD Assessor

If you’re a professional involved in diabetes care, DPC2019 is the one event you can’t afford to miss. On 29 & 30 October 2019, it will deliver all this – and more – at Olympia, London:



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DPC2019 News & Blog

NHS England Diabetes clinical directors return to deliver DPC2019 opening keynote

15th April 2019

DPC2019 welcomes back NHS England Diabetes clinical directors Prof Jonathan Valabhji and Dr Partha Kar to deliver our opening keynote presentation. Prof Valabhji, National Clinical Director for Obesity and Diabetes, and Dr Kar, Associate National Clinical Director and diabetes consultant,…

Prevention & Obesity in Practice stream announced

Prevention & Obesity in Practice stream announced

12th April 2019

As part of DPC2019’s commitment to help prevent type 2 diabetes, this year’s show will once again include a dedicated Prevention & Obesity in Practice stream. It will run across both days and the main conference theatre will focus on…

Ambitious patient survey announced

‘Ambitious’ patient survey announced

12th April 2019

Diabetes Professional Care (DPC) has teamed up with the Diabetes Research and Wellness Foundation (DRWF) to carry out a national survey for people with diabetes. The aim of the poll is to give healthcare professionals valuable insight into the best…

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