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15-16 November 2023, Olympia London

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24 Sep 2021

JBDS Corner

JBDS Corner

Applying the latest guidelines from the Joint British Diabetes Societies into everyday practice will be the subject of one panel led by the JBDS at this year’s DPC.

Delegates have the opportunity to hear from a number of speakers who headed up the writing groups of the latest editions of the JBDS guidelines. They will discuss the practicalities and importance of following the standards set out in recent publications.

They include the newly updated Management of Diabetic Ketoacidosis in Adults, which aims to support the planning and delivery of high-quality diabetes inpatient care, and includes a single page treatment pathway. The recommendations have also been expanded to include 16 to 18-years-olds if they are looked after by adult diabetes teams.

Other recent guidelines published by the JBDS include:

  • The Management of Glycaemic Control in Patients with Cancer
  • Hospital Management of Hypoglycaemia in Adults with Diabetes
  • Concise advice on Inpatient Diabetes (COVID:Diabetes) - Hyperglycaemia

JBDS will also lead another session at the DPC on complex cases, again using JBDS guidelines as the basis for the talks.  

Register for DPC2021 to attend sessions on:

Panel: JBDS Guidelines into your everyday practice
10th November - 13:10 - 14:00 

Complex Case Management - Case Studies Workshop
11th November - 16:25 - 17:25

 

 

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