Get exposure by being part of the UK's largest diabetes event
Building on the success of DPC2018, which saw 4,195 attendees flock to London's Olympia, DPC2019 will bring more CPD-certified content, more experts, and more unique solutions in the prevention and management of diabetes.
As a Media or Event Partner, you are invited to join us in cross-promotion, gaining you maximum exposure across our extensive platforms and from our comprehensive promotional activities.
To find out more about becoming a DPC2019 Media or Event partner, please contact Beth Davies.
"DPC has quickly become a force for good in diabetes care in the UK, with the conference acting like a platform to share best practice and innovation across the NHS to improve care for people with diabetes."
Oliver Jelley, Editor, Diabetes Times
Our DPC2018 Media Partners were:
British Journal of Community Nursing
British Journal of Healthcare Management
The British Journal of Healthcare Management is a monthly publication and online archive for senior healthcare decision makers and is fully paid for by subscription. This leading clinical journal is double blind peer reviewed and read by C-Suite executives, directors and manager’s from NHS trusts, the private sector, and all CCG’s in the UK.
British Journal of Hospital Medicine
The British Journal of Hospital Medicine is the monthly review journal for hospital doctors. The journal publishes practical articles covering all aspects of secondary care. The readership includes specialist doctors, general medicine doctors, anaesthetists, surgeons, emergency care, oncologists, gastroenterology, psychiatry and acute care specialists.
British Journal of Mental Health Nursing
British Journal of Mental Health Nursing is a quarterly peer-reviewed journal for mental health professionals that delivers analysis, commentary and clinical reviews on topics central to the practice of mental health nursing.
The journal promotes excellence across the full spectrum of mental health nursing, including areas such as CAMHS, forensic, and hospital and community nursing, in both the NHS and independent sectors.
British Medical Journal
Caring UK is the number one magazine for key decision makers in the elderly care sector. Editorial includes top columnists people stories, event/exhibition previews, business and property news. Sent directly to the people with buying power, delivering product and service information to the right people.
College of Contemporary Health
CCH combine flexible online learning with world-class academic expertise. A unique interdisciplinary curriculum delivers state-of-the-art university accredited obesity education to healthcare professionals that can be immediately applied in day-to-day interaction with patients. With 3 student intakes a year, CCH’s most popular online modules and courses in Obesity Care and Management include:
- MSc / PG Dip / PG Cert Obesity Care and Management
- Obesity and Reproductive Health
- Paediatric Obesity
- Nutritional approaches to Obesity
- Research in Health and Social Care
CCH Professional Short Courses are between 5 to 8 hours in length, CPD accredited, and provide bite-sized knowledge and practical skills for busy health professionals, including:
- Obesity Essentials for Health Professionals
- Weight & Fitness – Essentials
- Childhood Obesity – Essentials
- Nutrition & Weight – Essentials
Diabetes.co.uk is the world’s largest diabetes patient-expert community and provider of digital health interventions with clinically validated health outcomes. Over 310,000 people have joined Diabetes.co.uk’s flagship health intervention, the Low Carb Program. People who complete achieve a mean weight loss of 7.4kg and HbA1c reduction of 13mmol/mol at one year. Diabetes.co.uk provide their digital health interventions to bill payers across the globe.
European Medical Journal
The European Medical Journal is an independent, open-access eJournal covering therapeutic areas such as Diabetes, Hematology, and Cardiology. By combining editorials from key opinion leaders with concise news coverage from the leading congresses within the medical industry, they aim to deliver first-class insight into ground-breaking changes and advances in medicine.
Independent Nurse is a fortnightly magazine for nurses working in primary care and the community. Independent Nurse provides the latest clinical and political news for primary care and community nurses plus opinion from leading figures within healthcare. It also offers clinical features that focus on real-life medicine and are specifically relevant to the everyday needs of its readership and non-clinical features and resources designed to enhance nurses’ professional development, supporting them in their expanding roles.
Journal of mHealth
The Journal of mHealth is an international publication bringing the latest developments in innovative emerging health technologies to healthcare and industry professionals around the world. Featuring, the Latest Industry News, Articles, Research, Industry Whitepapers and Market Reports.
The Journal of mHealth is the “Voice of the Digital Health Industry”.
Journal of Wound Care
JWC remains the leading voice for research and best practice both in the UK and globally. JWC is the only monthly international peer reviewed wound care journal. JWC a credible, authoritative, and robust platform to publish research in wound care. It’s read by Physicians, Clinicians, Podiatrists, Scientists, Researchers and Tissue Viability Nurses giving you a direct voice to the most influential figures in wound care reaching 44,000 readers across the world.
Prescribing has become established as a key skill in nursing practice. Nurse Prescribing is the leading journal for nurses with prescribing rights, designed to help them maintain theoretical knowledge and practical competence in this complex area. Each monthly issue is packed with high quality clinical, professional and educational articles on all aspects of prescribing practice, with regular sections on pharmacology, better practice, legal and ethical issues, and an in-depth focus on a drug or drug class.
Nursing Times has been supporting nurses for over 100 years.
Since its launch in 1905, the magazine has published articles to help nurses to improve their practice, kept them up to date with news on nursing and healthcare policy and practice, and supported them in their career development.
More recently, nursingtimes.net has grown into the largest nursing website outside the US. In addition to news and opinion, it contains a clinical archive of more than 5,000 double-blind peer reviewed articles on all aspects of nursing.
Practical Diabetes is an established, well respected journal with over 30 years in print. The journal has a prestigious editorial board and publishes articles from some of the leading names in diabetes care. Practical Diabetes is read by the whole diabetes care team, has accessible content for busy healthcare professionals and a strong peer review process. The 2016 Hospital Readership Survey found Practical Diabetes to be the best read diabetes journal in UK secondary care.
Practice Nursing is a leading journal for nurses working in general practice. The journal publishes clinical, professional and educational articles of the highest quality, together with clinics on travel health, immunization and vaccination, and dermatology. All articles are evidence-based and informed by the latest clinical and scientific research, ensuring that readers have access to indispensable professional information.
Prescriber is the independent voice of the UK prescribing community. Aiming to inform, educate, stimulate and challenge, this monthly title has a long and respected track record within the medical, nursing and allied health professions. Each issue of Prescriber contains news, clinical content, policy, industry and regulatory updates all of compelling interest to a broad range of clinicians, payers and influencers, with specialist therapy areas targeted twice yearly, ensuring that Prescriber is widely read and engages the maximum number of readers.
The Diabetes Times
The Diabetes Times is an authoritative news and information source for diabetes healthcare professionals, providing a comprehensive resource to support the improvement of diabetes care throughout the UK. As well as our fortnightly email newsletter, we deliver case studies, the latest clinical guidelines, a resource library as well as a new e-learning suite, a jobs board and an events calendar.