Further sessions and speakers announced for DPC2018 conference
Diabetes Professional Care has become a major annual event for healthcare professionals involved in the prevention, treatment and management of diabetes, and its related conditions.
Now in its fourth year, this year’s show will again feature at its core a comprehensive, eight-stream conference, where our world-class speakers will deliver a diverse programme of CPD-accredited content.
“All DPC2018’s sessions reflect our continued commitment to improving the care of people with diabetes,” says Maggie Meer, Founder, DPC. “Our programme focuses strongly on developing practical skills and real-world learning for HCPs at all levels – from GPs and nurses in primary care, through to diabetes specialist nurses and consultants, up to commissioners and CCG board members.
“We have also listened to our visitors and industry partners, and introduced content to address their most pressing concerns.”
The full DPC2018 conference programme will be published on the DPC website later next month, but we can share a few session and speaker highlights with you now:
- Update on Joint British Diabetes Societies (JBDS) guidelines and plans for CQC and inpatient care. Dr Mike Sampson, Consultant Diabetologist, Norfolk and Norwich University Hospitals
- Individualising diabetes care for older people with a focus on frailty. Professor Alan Sinclair, National Clinical Lead for the Older Peoples Diabetes Network (OPDN) and Director of Diabetes Frail
- Substance misuse and the impact on diabetes. Debbie Hicks, Nurse Consultant & FIT UK
- Diabetes consultancy pearls. Dr Kevin Fernando, GP & Partner, North Berwick Health Centre
- Biosimilar insulin – what does it mean for people with diabetes? Guest Speaker
- Tips for safer acute care for patients with diabetes. Dr Mayank Patel, Consultant Diabetologist, University Hospital Southampton
With free entry for all healthcare professionals, can you afford to miss out on this year’s show? Join us on 14 & 15 November at Olympia, London, and help us to make a difference.