82% of DPC2018 visitors told us they would like to attend training and information session surrounding specific products at DPC2019.
In response, practical Product Platform sessions will, once again, take place on both days of the show, featuring some of the very best products, services and innovative research for improving diabetes care.
These interactive demonstrations will give you the practical knowledge and hands-on skills you need to ensure that you are familiar with the care options available available to people with diabetes and related conditions.
This year, organisers have created two categories of Product Platform sessions – Tech in Practice and Prescribing in Practice – which will take place in the workshop theatres during break times.
Look out for the icons below to help you identify the session type.
Tech in Practice
The Tech in Practice stream will feature practical sessions presentations about the tech and digital health solutions available to improve outcomes for people with diabetes and related conditions, through the optimisation of data and the use of innovative technology.
Sessions will cover a range of areas including Digital Health, glucose monitoring, insulin pumps, solutions for the prevention of diabetes and related conditions, education programmes and lifestyle intervention initiatives.
Prescribing in Practice
The Prescribing in Practice programme will feature sessions about the most effective treatment options, based on peoples' individual needs. Our expert speakers will also help you to make an informed decision about cost-savings.
It will include sessions for decision makers and prescribers working in Primary, Community and Secondary care, covering GLP-1 medication, types of insulins, research studies, identification and prevention of co-morbidities association with diabetes (eg. eye, cardiovascular, kidney and foot health), and alternative treatment options
Product Platform sessions will be presented by the following organisations
Please note, these sessions are not CPD-accredited.
If you get your badge scanned during a product platform presentation, you may be contacted by the product platform organisation directly.