DPC2019 moves to larger venue at Olympia’s National Hall

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The countdown has begun to DPC2019, which returns to Olympia, London, on 29 and 30 October.

The UK’s premier event for healthcare professionals involved in diabetes care will still be free to attend and CPD-accredited, but will be moving to a bigger hall – Olympia’s iconic National Hall – to meet increased demand for spaces and accommodate an expanded programme.

We have also responded to feedback from our DPC2018 visitors by extending the length of sessions at DPC2019, with more time to move between them. Our new conference programme schedule will also allow for more in-depth sessions and Q&A time, which will allow visitors to ask questions which relate to their specific role in diabetes care.

Attendance at DPC2018 exceeded everyone’s expectations, which meant our most popular sessions were packed out,” says Maggie Meer, DPC Founder. “We want to ensure there’s room for everyone who wants to attend our DPC2019 sessions so we’ve invested in a much larger space for this year’s show.

“We are also expanding our programme and special feature areas, and our move to the National Hall will ensure we have the facilities to support these.”

To make sure you don’t miss out on any of our programme announcements, register your interest now to attend DPC2019.

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