Event and Media Partners

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.

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"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 DPC2019 Event and Media Partners are:

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Official Event Partner


The Association of British Clinical Diabetologists (ABCD) was established in 1997 with the principal objective of ensuring high quality care for all UK diabetes patients and is the national professional organisation of UK consultant diabetologists. ABCD is committed to the preservation and support of diabetes specialist care services.

Official Event Partner

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Official Event Partner

NHS England

Official Event Partner

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.

Official Event Partner


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Official DPC Cardiovasular Clinic Partner

Primary Care Cardiovascular Society

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Official DPC Kidney Clinic Partner

Kidney Charities Together Group

The Kidney Charities Together Group (KCT) works to raise awareness of kidney disease and its causes. Diabetes is the most common cause of kidney failure in the UK; 22,600 people in the UK are living with diabetes and need dialysis or a kidney transplant.


Almost four in five people with diabetes will develop some stage of kidney disease in their lifetime, which can be debilitating. The implications of kidney disease are serious: the condition accounts for around one in five deaths in people with Type 1 diabetes, and one in ten deaths in those with Type 2 diabetes.


As a group we believe it’s vital to raise awareness of the importance of early detection of kidney problems in diabetes. Health professionals have a key role in helping to spot the signs before the damage is done, helping patients preserve their kidney function and supporting those who do develop diabetic kidney disease.

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Official Kidney Healthcare Partner

British Renal Society

  • The promotion of effective patient-centred multi professional care to improve quality of life for people with kidney failure, their families and carers
  • The advancement of education in the area of renal disease in the UK
  • The funding and support of multi-professional research into kidney disease and its management

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Official Nursing Media Partner


RCNi is the premier provider in innovation and creative information solutions for the nursing community and health professionals.

We produce 11 journals and host a range of digital products to help health professionals through their studies, CPD and career development, and promote all the latest developments in nursing including policy, best practice and research.

Official Primary Care Media Partner

Mark Allen Healthcare

MA Healthcare is an established provider of nursing and medical education. We publish a range of specialist titles, from British Journal of Nursing and Practice Nursing to Journal of Prescribing Practice and Journal of Health Visiting. Peer-reviewed and evidence-based, our journals are renowned for their quality, relevance and accessibility.


BDA Diabetes Specialist Group provide a forum for dietitians with specialist roles or interest in the care of children/adults with diabetes. They work closely with Diabetes UK and other agencies including UK Government to contribute to training, education and guidelines for dietitians, people with diabetes and the wider healthcare team.

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British Dietetic Association


British Journal of Community Nursing

The British Journal of Community Nursing is the only monthly clinical journal for district & community nurses. With a circulation of 7,000 subscription based nurses, we have a loyal readership of 28,000 based in UK. BJCN is seen as the “go to guide” for best practice for nurses in this field. The journal also benefits from being peer reviewed and Medline listed ensuring the editorial is of the highest standard.


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.


Care & Nursing Essentials

Care & Nursing Essentials Magazine is the care industry’s own entirely independent magazine. A specialist independent publication providing a unique window on the social care sector for today’s care home owners and nursing home managers. We feature all the latest news and view in care, as well as products and services on the market.

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Care Sector Hub

Care Sector Hub offers a valuable resource to every person working within the sector. It’s dynamic space to find useful insight, explore new ideas and share best practice.


Caring UK

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 education on obesity to healthcare professionals. Apply what you learn immediately in day-to-day interaction with patients. CCH’s most popular online courses and modules in Obesity Care and Management include:

  • MSc / PG Dip / PG Cert Obesity Care and Management
  • Obesity and Reproductive Health
  • Nutritional Approaches to Obesity
  • Paediatric Obesity

CCH professional 6-8 hour short courses provide bite-size knowledge and practical skills for busy health professionals, including:

  • Obesity Essentials for Health Professionals
  • Weight & Fitness – Essentials
  • Childhood Obesity – Essentials
  • Nutrition & Weight Management – Essentials



Data4NHS maintains one of the largest healthcare related databases in the UK. Registration is free and only available to NHS professionals with a valid NHS email address. Register with us to have access to our resources including the Data4NHS national directory, recruitment opportunities, events and courses calendar, surveys and e-bulletin.


Heart UK

The UK’s only specialist cholesterol charity – providing information and support to patients, members of the public and healthcare professionals.

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Hospital Hub

Hospital Hub is the place to land for anyone working in a hospital setting, whatever your role. It’s a place to share, network and find new ideas.  Whilst browsing, please subscribe to receive your free digital copy of Hub News.


Independent Nurse

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 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.


Media Planet

Mediaplanet specialises in the creation of content marketing campaigns released through multimedia platforms.

We provide our readers with insightful and educational content in the fields of their interest, designed to motivate them to act. Our unique ability to pair the right leaders with the right readers through the right platforms. We continue to expand our network of partners through the shared interest of providing our readers with the best experience possible.


Nurse Prescribing

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.

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Older People’s Diabetes Network

Practical Diabetes

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 2017 Hospital Readership Survey found Practical Diabetes to be the best read diabetes journal in UK secondary care.


Practice Nursing

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.

The Ophthalmologist

The Ophthalmologist

The Ophthalmologist is the publication for progressive ophthalmologists combining the expertise of a journal with the reach and accessibility of a magazine. We’re able to tell some of the greatest stories in ophthalmology, with the gravitas of the people leading the work.

The Editorial team all have academic research backgrounds with a real appetite for innovation and progressing the field of ophthalmology. That’s why The Ophthalmologist is the leading source for pre-clinical coverage and analysis of innovation in ophthalmology.

Combining news, original features, analysis and opinion, The Ophthalmologist provides insight into current and future best practice in eyecare by working with a market leading network that spans all of eyecare.