DPC Question Time provides a platform for healthcare professionals to have their say
Topical healthcare debates involving key players from the world of diabetes are set to take place during the very first DPC Question Time.
The panel will include key diabetes policy makers and opinion leaders from NHS England, Getting it Right the First Time (GIRFT), Diabetes Research and Wellness Foundation (DRWF) and the Healthier You: NHS Diabetes Prevention Programme (NDPP).
The format, based on the popular BBC political programme, has been created to give healthcare professionals the opportunity to pose relevant and important questions to the individuals and organisations responsible for leading the way in improving outcomes and the lives people who live with diabetes.
It is suggested that audience members who wish to participate should consider at least one question they would like to pose to a member of the panel, once the speakers have been announced.
DPC founder Maggie Meer said: “I believe that HCPs working on the front-line of diabetes care should have their say, and the format of our new Question Time session will give attendees a platform to do that. We have an incredible line-up of high-profile speakers lined up to participate and we’re sure visitors will raise thought-provoking questions which will make for a lively and interesting session.”
This year the show is being held at Olympia London again but is being moved to a bigger hall to accommodate more visitors. It is the only national, free-to-attend, CPD-accredited conference for healthcare professionals working in the field of diabetes.
DPC2019 is hosting five brand new specialist clinics with a strong focus on how everyone involved in diabetes care can better facilitate multidisciplinary (MDT) working.
Registration is now open for the show which takes place on October 29 and 30.