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MDTs and integrated diabetes care at heart of DPC2019

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We are excited to be finalising our programme structure and content for DPC2019, and will share news on this in the next few weeks.

However, we can reveal that this year’s event will feature a number of important enhancements and additions. These will include more practical, real-world sessions to help healthcare professionals gain skills specific to their roles, as well as greater opportunities for visitors to interact with other healthcare professionals, industry leaders and DPC speakers.

DPC2019 will also feature an increased emphasis on multi-disciplinary teams and integrated care, to support better delivery of diabetes care across all therapy areas.

This follows the highly successful format of our DPC2018 Live Debate on ‘Preventing childhood obesity: whose responsibility?’, in which four leading healthcare professionals and policymakers discussed this vital issue from four different angles: policy, healthcare professionals, family and technology.

With HCPs attending from various healthcare settings (primary, community and specialist care) and specialisms, this year’s programme will also be designed to show visitors which sessions are most relevant for their role.

“DPC2019 promises to be a truly unique forum for the entire diabetes multi-disciplinary team to meet and learn from each other,” says Toby Baker, Event Director, DPC. “We have some really exciting and innovative plans for the programme, which are being made possible by our move to Olympia’s National Hall.”

“If you are a healthcare professional, healthcare innovator, policy maker or commissioner involved in the prevention, treatment and management of diabetes, and its related conditions, you really can’t afford to miss this year’s show.”

Registration will be open soon for DPC2019, but you can register your interest now on our website.

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