Agenda - Wednesday 14 November 2018

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09:00 - 10:00

Registration

10:10 - 10:45

Keynote – An update from NHS England Diabetes

This session will look back at the last 12 months and go through the various strands of work being done in prevention of Type 2 diabetes; treatment & care - as well as work on going in the digital sphere. This session will also give audience the chance to ask the NHSE team any queries they may have about the future too.

National Clinical Director for Obesity and Diabetes, NHS England
Diabetes Consultant & National Associate Clinical Director Diabetes, NHS England
10:50 - 11:20

Management of diabetes in the frail elderly

Treatment of elderly patients with type 2 diabetes is particularly challenging given the increased likelihood of comorbidities. In addition to micro- and macrovascular complications of diabetes, which account for less than half of diabetes-related disability in the elderly, recent evidence shows that frailty and muscle loss are important factors for disability in this population. In…


Dr David Strain
Senior Clinical Lecturer, University of Exeter Medical School
This session has been organised and funded by Novo Nordisk
11:20 - 12:15

NETWORKING & EXHIBITION

12:15 - 12:45

In light of recent evidence, a debate around the best choice of oral therapy at 1st intensification

Listen and participate in an interesting session where GPs with a special interest in diabetes debate different choices of oral therapy. They will share their view of specific classes and why they believe it to be the best 1st intensification option. Learning outcomes: Learn of recent evidence in T2DM oral therapy Understand the pros and cons of…


Head of Research, Primary Care Diabetes Europe and primary care research fellow in diabetes at the University of Leicester, Hockley Farm Medical Practice, University of Leicester, Leicester Diabetes Centre
GPwSI Diabetes, Woodlands Medical Centre, Cardiff
Dr Sarah Jarvis
GP and Medical Broadcaster, Patient Platform Limited
This session has been organised and funded by Takeda UK ltd
12:50 - 13:20

JBDS guidelines and plans for CQC and inpatient care

Inpatient diabetes management guidelines in UK before JBDS programme. JBDS guidelines 2010 – 2018. Uptake and impact of these guidelines in UK clinical practice. Planned future JBDS guidelines 2018. JBDS and CQC inspections (2016 – ) and how this fits in with Diabetes UK inpatient care initiative and GIRFT (2018). Learning outcomes: Future plans for…


Prof Mike Sampson
Chair, Joint British Diabetes Societies (JBDS)
13:20 - 14:35

NETWORKING & EXHIBITION

14:35 - 15:10

Keynote – GIRFT (Getting It Right First Time)

This session will give you an insight into the national GIRFT process in diabetes care; areas chosen to look at as well as give ideas of variation- which the GIRFT team are looking to tackle to improve diabetes care in hospitals.

Head of Service at the Diabetes and Endocrine Centre, the Diabetic Foot Clinic and lead of the Diabetes Research Unit, Ipswich Hospitals NHS Trust
Diabetes Consultant & National Associate Clinical Director Diabetes, NHS England
15:15 - 15:45

Type 2 Diabetes drug-free remission: Hope for primary care?

For the first 25 years of practice I didn’t see a single case of diabetes being reversed. Then a ‘eureka moment’ with a particular case changed everything. Five years later my 9,000 patient GP practice spends £38,000 less on drugs for diabetes than is average for my CCG. We see diabetes remission on a weekly…


Senior GP Partner, Norwood Surgery, Southport, Liverpool
15:45 - 16:40

NETWORKING & EXHIBITION

16:40 - 17:45

Diabetes management pearls – life hacks to help you help people with diabetes

We are under considerable time pressures in both primary and secondary care when looking after people with diabetes. During this session I will impart diabetes management pearls I have been fortunate to pick up over the years to help look after people with diabetes in a holistic, clinically effective and time-efficient way. Diabetes management pearls…


GP Partner & Medical Education & Scottish Lead, North Berwick Health Centre, GPwSI Diabetes, Primary Care Diabetes Society
09:00 - 10:00

Registration

10:10 - 10:45

Keynote – An update from NHS England Diabetes

This session will look back at the last 12 months and go through the various strands of work being done in prevention of Type 2 diabetes; treatment & care - as well as work on going in the digital sphere. This session will also give audience the chance to ask the NHSE team any queries they may have about the future too.

National Clinical Director for Obesity and Diabetes, NHS England
Diabetes Consultant & National Associate Clinical Director Diabetes, NHS England
10:50 - 11:20

NHS T1 Digital Platform

NHS England have been working with multiple stakeholders to help build a dedicated platform for type 1 diabetes patients (age >18) when first diagnosed. The aim is for this platform to be able to help patients with information in the initial stages- as well as signposting to relevant resources- all aimed at helping with self-management…


Diabetes Consultant & National Associate Clinical Director Diabetes, NHS England
11:20 - 12:15

NETWORKING & EXHIBITION

12:15 - 12:45

The benefits of CGM for patients with T1D – review of the scientific evidence on clinical outcomes and opportunities for NHS funding

Continuous glucose monitoring (CGM) provides people with type 1 diabetes with information on glucose concentration, along with direction and rate of change. Compared with routine self-monitoring of blood glucose, CGM can improve overall glucose measured by HbA1c, reduce exposure to hypoglycaemia, and does so independently of insulin delivery modality. NICE guidance supports the use of…


Professor of Human Metabolism & Diabetes & Endocrinology Consultant, Imperial College Healthcare Trust
12:50 - 13:20

The JDRF PEAK program – what it’s all about

This session will give an overview of the JDRF Performance in Exercise and Knowledge (PEAK) programme. The JDRF PEAK programme explores the environmental, dietary, physiological and psychological elements that impact physical activity in people with type 1 diabetes. This session will discuss the background to the programme, its structure and its highlights. Learning outcomes: Understand…


Senior Research Communications & Engagement Officer, JDRF
13:20 - 14:35

NETWORKING & EXHIBITION

14:35 - 15:10

Keynote – GIRFT (Getting It Right First Time)

This session will give you an insight into the national GIRFT process in diabetes care; areas chosen to look at as well as give ideas of variation- which the GIRFT team are looking to tackle to improve diabetes care in hospitals.

Head of Service at the Diabetes and Endocrine Centre, the Diabetic Foot Clinic and lead of the Diabetes Research Unit, Ipswich Hospitals NHS Trust
Diabetes Consultant & National Associate Clinical Director Diabetes, NHS England
15:15 - 15:45

CGM reimagined – long term implantables

Learning outcomes: Patient selection Funding Practicalities of setting up an implant clinic Key learnings Primary Vs Secondary Care? Next steps for your centre


Dr Akhila Mallipedhi
Consultant in Diabetes & Endocrinology, Prince Phillip Hospital, Llanelli
15:45 - 16:40

NETWORKING & EXHIBITION

16:40 - 17:10

Low Carbohydrate Diets in Type 1 Diabetes. The Type 1 Program

Low Carbohydrate diets can be a good treatment option in Type 1 diabetes. The Type 1 Program has been produced in response to demand from 40000 Type 1’s who enrolled on the original Low Carb Program. It is a personalised, peer supported, digital platform aimed at helping those with type 1 diabetes to transition to…


Dr Ian Lake
Medical Officer, Type 1 Diabetes, Diabetes.co.uk
09:00 - 10:00

Registration

10:10 - 10:45

Keynote – An update from NHS England Diabetes

This session will look back at the last 12 months and go through the various strands of work being done in prevention of Type 2 diabetes; treatment & care - as well as work on going in the digital sphere. This session will also give audience the chance to ask the NHSE team any queries they may have about the future too.

National Clinical Director for Obesity and Diabetes, NHS England
Diabetes Consultant & National Associate Clinical Director Diabetes, NHS England
10:50 - 11:20

Is it all just PC nonsense or does language really matter?

Learning outcomes: Hear why the use of language in Diabetes care is an important issue Be able to reflect on their use of language in practice Learn about the new NHS England policy guidance ‘Language Matters’


Person with diabetes
Person with diabetes
11:20 - 12:15

NETWORKING & EXHIBITION

12:15 - 12:45

Parity of esteem – reducing the diabetes risk and improving diabetes management for patients with a serious mental illness (SMI)

Learning Outcomes: To raise the awareness of multi professional clinical teams of the increased risk of premature mortality for patients with a severe Mental Illness To highlight how people with mental illnesses such as schizophrenia are more likely to develop cardiovascular disease, hypertension, obesity, abnormal lipid levels or diabetes To educate teams on how through…


Group Nurse & Director Safer Care, Northumberland Tyne and Wear NHS Foundation Trust
12:50 - 13:20

Managing diabetes in adults living with learning disability; A community perspective.

Living with learning disability everyday can be very complex especially in trying to meet all activity of living. Adding a diagnosis of diabetes to the condition makes it even more complex because the individual also needs to achieve good glycaemic control and avoid all complications associated with diabetes. This session will explore the process involved…


Nneka Agbasi
Senior Diabetes Specialist Nurse, Barnet, Enfield & Haringey Mental Health Trust
13:20 - 14:35

NETWORKING & EXHIBITION

14:35 - 15:10

Keynote – GIRFT (Getting It Right First Time)

This session will give you an insight into the national GIRFT process in diabetes care; areas chosen to look at as well as give ideas of variation- which the GIRFT team are looking to tackle to improve diabetes care in hospitals.

Head of Service at the Diabetes and Endocrine Centre, the Diabetic Foot Clinic and lead of the Diabetes Research Unit, Ipswich Hospitals NHS Trust
Diabetes Consultant & National Associate Clinical Director Diabetes, NHS England
15:15 - 15:45

Cardiovascular outcomes with SGLT2 inhibitors in type 2 diabetes – update from AHA conference

SGLT2 inhibitors are effective glucose lowering treatments with favourable effects on body weight and blood pressure. Recent trials and real world studies show that they also reduce adverse cardiovascular events, heart failure and mortality in high risk patients. The results of the largest study, DECLARE that has recruited over 17000 patients with diabetes at high…


Professor of Medicine & Honorary Consultant Physician Obesity and Endocrinology Research Theme Lead for Metabolism and Nutrition, University of Liverpool
15:45 - 16:40

NETWORKING & EXHIBITION

16:40 - 17:10

The Periodontitis – Diabetes Paradigm – Launch of Diabetes Commissioning Standard


Deputy Chief Dental Officer for England
Professor of Periodontology and Head of the School of Dentistry, University of Birmingham
17:15 - 17:45

Understanding diabetic kidney disease

During this presentation we aim to clarify the some of the key issues affecting patients with diabetic kidney disease ( Nephropathy). This complex group of patients require support from the multi-professional team throughout their journey from diagnosis to dialysis and beyond. Diabetes and Renal teams who work together caring for this group of patients can improve…


Consultant Nurse Renal Medicine, Lead for Renal Palliative Care & Lead for Renal Education & Training, East Kent Hospitals University NHS Foundation Trust
Consultant Nephrologist & Clinical Lead for Renal Medicine, East Kent Hospitals University NHS Foundation Trust
09:00 - 10:00

Registration

10:10 - 10:45

Keynote – An update from NHS England Diabetes

This session will look back at the last 12 months and go through the various strands of work being done in prevention of Type 2 diabetes; treatment & care - as well as work on going in the digital sphere. This session will also give audience the chance to ask the NHSE team any queries they may have about the future too.

National Clinical Director for Obesity and Diabetes, NHS England
Diabetes Consultant & National Associate Clinical Director Diabetes, NHS England
10:50 - 11:20

The Healthier You: NHS Diabetes Prevention Programme – the journey so far

Over a quarter of a million people have been referred into the Healthier You: NHS Diabetes Prevention Programme (NHS DPP) since launch. Hear from speakers from the national team on progress of the NHS DPP so far and the digital pilot of the programme. Learning outcomes: Discover what the NHS DPP is, who is eligible…


Ben McGough
Digital Lead, NHS Diabetes Programme
National Clinical Director for Obesity and Diabetes, NHS England
11:20 - 12:15

NETWORKING & EXHIBITION

12:15 - 12:45

Physical Activity – the wonder intervention

If Physical Activity was a pill how would we describe it? The aim of this presentation is to outline the growing evidence supporting the benefits of physical activity. Karen will explore the key take home messages for our patients as outlined from current qualitative research. Karen will signpost to the PHE infographics that can be…


Karen Davies
Senior Diabetes Nurse Specialist, Sussex Community Foundation Trust
12:50 - 13:20

Treating T2 diabetes with surgery: It works

For many years it has been recognised that certain surgical procedures to the stomach lead to remission of type 2 diabetes. However, until the advent of keyhole bariatric surgery, the operations were considered too drastic. Over the last 10 years, the field of metabolic surgery has evolved to a mainstream specialty designed to treat Diabetes…


Dr Shaw Somers
Consultant Surgeon & President, British Obesity & Metabolic Surgery Society (BOMSS)
13:20 - 14:35

NETWORKING & EXHIBITION

14:35 - 15:10

Keynote – GIRFT (Getting It Right First Time)

This session will give you an insight into the national GIRFT process in diabetes care; areas chosen to look at as well as give ideas of variation- which the GIRFT team are looking to tackle to improve diabetes care in hospitals.

Head of Service at the Diabetes and Endocrine Centre, the Diabetic Foot Clinic and lead of the Diabetes Research Unit, Ipswich Hospitals NHS Trust
Diabetes Consultant & National Associate Clinical Director Diabetes, NHS England
15:15 - 15:45

Why “eating less and moving more” may not lead to sustainable weight loss – the science unravelled

Have you ever wondered why so many people start out on the road to weight loss really motivated, successfully losing weight in the short-term only to regain and sometimes end up heavier than they were before? This frequently results in people blaming themselves for the failure and a reduced self-esteem. Is the guidance around “eating…


Chief Executive & Consultant Research Dietician, X-PERT Health
15:45 - 16:40

NETWORKING & EXHIBITION

17:15 - 17:45

Diabetes and pregnancy – are we improving outcomes?

In 1989 the St Vincent’s Declaration stated “Outcome of pregnancies of women with diabetes should approximate to those without diabetes in 5 years”. Thirty years later pregnancies complicated by pre-existing diabetes remain at increased risk of complications such as congenital abnormalities and stillbirth. Effective preconception care reduces these risks. This presentation considers the role of…


Consultant Diabetologist, Derby Teaching Hospitals, NHS Foundation Trust
09:00 - 10:00

Registration

10:10 - 10:45

Keynote – An update from NHS England Diabetes

This session will look back at the last 12 months and go through the various strands of work being done in prevention of Type 2 diabetes; treatment & care - as well as work on going in the digital sphere. This session will also give audience the chance to ask the NHSE team any queries they may have about the future too.

National Clinical Director for Obesity and Diabetes, NHS England
Diabetes Consultant & National Associate Clinical Director Diabetes, NHS England
10:50 - 11:20

An Individualised approach to Type 2 Diabetes (T2DM): management of people aged 65+

Attendees will gain insight on how to manage T2DM in people aged 65+, as well as the emotions/feelings associated with T2DM. Attendees will explore how to explain the multiple treatment options to their patients and ensure optimal prescribing.


Diabetes Specialist Nurse, MSD
This conference session is fully funded and organised by MSD
11:20 - 12:15

NETWORKING & EXHIBITION

12:15 - 12:45

How to deliver patient self-management and behaviour change at scale; 2017-18 outcome data with key lessons for the NHS

Reasons to commission: Insights into the 2017-18 outcome data illustrating the significant potential of digital education and personalised lifestyle coaching for Type 2 diabetes prevention & self-management. Increase education uptake: Learn how the application of behavioural nudges in messaging and onboarding can lead to a 10-fold increase in uptake to structured education. How to change…


CEO & Vice President, Changing Health, Diabetes UK
12:50 - 13:20

STPs – North West London – reality of delivering transformation in diabetes care – toolkit for success

The North West London Diabetes Transformation Programme is successfully improving key metrics and outcomes for people living with diabetes and those at risk of developing type 2 diabetes across 8 CCGs and a population of over 2 million residents. In the past three years the team have achieved clinical transformation at scale, referred over 12,000…


Clinical Director for Diabetes, North West London STP
13:20 - 14:35

NETWORKING & EXHIBITION

14:35 - 15:10

Keynote – GIRFT (Getting It Right First Time)

This session will give you an insight into the national GIRFT process in diabetes care; areas chosen to look at as well as give ideas of variation- which the GIRFT team are looking to tackle to improve diabetes care in hospitals.

Head of Service at the Diabetes and Endocrine Centre, the Diabetic Foot Clinic and lead of the Diabetes Research Unit, Ipswich Hospitals NHS Trust
Diabetes Consultant & National Associate Clinical Director Diabetes, NHS England
15:15 - 15:45

Biosimilars – do they have a role in Diabetes?

Understand what a biosimilar insulin is and the role within diabetes. Consider how the availability of biosimilar insulin will impact clinical practice, and how biosimilars can contribute to sustainable medicine systems.


Diabetes Consultant & National Associate Clinical Director Diabetes, NHS England
This session is organised and remunerated by Mylan
15:45 - 16:40

NETWORKING & EXHIBITION

16:40 - 17:10

Innovation in care – cranking up care pathways for better outcomes in diabetes management

We will highlight and focus in on key issues facing diabetes care across NHS England and identify areas for sharing of best practice for improved outcomes and cost-effectiveness. Such issues include educative, political, cultural and social demographic elements but fundamentally have led to gaps in optimal care pathways for people with diabetes. Outcomes data will…


CEO & Vice President, Changing Health, Diabetes UK
PhD, CPsychol, AFBPsS Health Psychologist, Bournemouth University
17:15 - 17:45

Setting up an integrated care service in practice – one stop session to help bring together the MDT and commissioning team

This session will share some of our improvements as a good dose of lessons learned along the way, both good and bad. Learning outcomes: Understand the complexity of Specialist Diabetes care outside of a Hospital Increase knowledge of the key roles and responsibilities of team members (including commissioners and people with Diabetes) Learn the role…


Clinical Lead Diabetes Care for You, Sussex Community Health NHS Trust
10:10 - 10:45

Keynote – An update from NHS England Diabetes

This session will look back at the last 12 months and go through the various strands of work being done in prevention of Type 2 diabetes; treatment & care - as well as work on going in the digital sphere. This session will also give audience the chance to ask the NHSE team any queries they may have about the future too.

National Clinical Director for Obesity and Diabetes, NHS England
Diabetes Consultant & National Associate Clinical Director Diabetes, NHS England
10:50 - 11:20

Adapting your practice in challenging situations: diabetes and concomitant substance misuse

Alcohol and drug abuse, within the general population, costs the taxpayers over £36 billion pounds a year in terms of treatment, lost productivity and ill health. When this is mixed with a long-term condition such as diabetes it can have a major effect on the person’s ability to self care. This presentation will examine our…


Nurse Consultant – Diabetes, Barnet Enfield & Haringey MHT, Co-Chair TREND-UK and Chair, ITM
12:15 - 12:45

Frailty & Dementia Care – district, practice & community nursing – New TREND-UK Guidelines

Diabetes is a complex condition at any age. However, getting older increases the likelihood of developing complications and other co-morbidities, reduces medication choices, and impacts on the ability to self-care. This session describes how diabetes can exacerbate the effects of getting older, how getting older can impede diabetes self-care, gives some guidance on appropriate targets…


Independent Diabetes Nurse Consultant, TREND-UK
12:50 - 13:20

Principles of blood glucose monitoring: what, where, how? (For DSN level)

Blood glucose testing has been an integral part of the management of diabetes since the 1980s. There are now more than 85 blood glucose monitoring systems in the UK market. There are also different ways of assessing blood glucose depending on the device, for example, capillary, whole blood and interstitial fluid sampling. The cost of…


Nurse Consultant- Diabetes, University Hospitals of Leicester NHS Trust, Associate Professor, University of Leicester, Co-Chair TREND-UK
13:20 - 14:35

NETWORKING & EXHIBITION

14:35 - 15:10

Keynote – GIRFT (Getting It Right First Time)

This session will give you an insight into the national GIRFT process in diabetes care; areas chosen to look at as well as give ideas of variation- which the GIRFT team are looking to tackle to improve diabetes care in hospitals.

Head of Service at the Diabetes and Endocrine Centre, the Diabetic Foot Clinic and lead of the Diabetes Research Unit, Ipswich Hospitals NHS Trust
Diabetes Consultant & National Associate Clinical Director Diabetes, NHS England
15:15 - 16:00

Good injection technique and Lipohypertrophy Screening including Palpation

This presentation will start by looking at the causes and impact of Lipohypertrophy. The presentation will include a live demonstration of the correct procedure for detecting and palpating lipohypertrophic lesions, there will then be the opportunity to examine a person with diabetes who injects to detect and palpate actual lipohypertrophic lesions. Learning outcomes: Describe what…


Nurse Consultant – Diabetes, Barnet Enfield & Haringey MHT, Co-Chair TREND-UK and Chair, ITM
16:40 - 17:10

Teaching Insulin administration course to Residential Home carers and Health Care assistants in the community; what is it all about?

Health care professionals run insulin initiation clinics and follow up consultations to support self-administration of insulin for our patients and carers. The question then is; Why are residential home carers and health care assistants not taught how to administer insulin in the community given the right support and facilities? Acquiring this skill will enable the…


Nneka Agbasi
Senior Diabetes Specialist Nurse, Barnet, Enfield & Haringey Mental Health Trust
17:15 - 17:45

Eversense XL Impantable CGM – Practical Training

CGM Reimagined – Hands on Experience of Implantable CGM with Eversense®XL.


Speaker Details TBC

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