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What is Diabetes Professional Care?

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

We meet a real and increasing need for accessible education among HCPs, by arming them with the skills and knowledge to provide better care for people living with diabetes, and its related conditions.

How do I register?

Diabetes Professional Care is FREE-to-attend for HCPs - register your interest for 2023.

Commercial delegates can buy a pass for £750 + VAT, which will give you access to the show on both days.

Is DPC free-to-attend?

DPC is FREE to attend for HCPs - we believe that diabetes education should be free, and also practical so you can take away what you learn and start using it straight away to help your patients. Register your interest for 2023.

Commercial delegates can buy a pass for £750 + VAT, which will give you access to the show on both days.

When will I get my CPD points?

The Diabetes Professional Care conference programme is CPD certified. You will receive a survey to complete the week after the event and your CPD certificate will arrive via email within 6 weeks of the event.

Can I bring children to the event?

This exhibition is a trade event and the nature of the exhibits during the open period will reflect this, as such it is not a suitable environment for children and minors. Due to health and safety regulations, we are unable to admit anyone who under 18.  

Where can I stay?

We have negotiated special discounted rates for exhibitors, visitors and attendees through our accommodation partner, Event Express, at a wide range of well located hotels. Click here to find to view accommodation.