SHOW TIMES:  Wednesday 14 November – 8.30-18.00  |  Thursday 15 November – 8.30-17.00

Dr Samuel Seidu

Head of Research, Primary Care Diabetes Europe and primary care research fellow in diabetes at the University of Leicester,
Hockley Farm Medical Practice, University of Leicester, Leicester Diabetes Centre

Dr Samuel Seidu is currently the head of Research for Primary Care Diabetes Europe (PCDE) and is also the Chair of the PCDE study group of European Association for the Study of Diabetes (EASD).

He is a primary care research fellow in diabetes at the University of Leicester and an Honorary Primary Care Lecturer at the Leicester Diabetes Centre. He is a regular reviewer of articles submitted to several high impact peer-reviewed diabetes journals. He also reviews abstracts related to diabetes submitted for national and international conferences.

He is an associate editor for Primary Care Diabetes Journal and is also an Editorial Advisory Board member the Australian Family Practice journal.

He is a member of the Primary Care Academy of Diabetes Specialists in the UK and liaises with other leading GPs with interest in diabetes all over the country to foster understanding on the key elements essential for delivering a diabetes service and the potential challenges involved.

He is currently a Clinical Lead and mentor for diabetes in Leicester city and is involved in the design and re-configuration of diabetes care in Leicester alongside other clinical leads in primary and secondary care.

He is a practicing Leicester City General Practitioner, a Partner, lead undergraduate tutor and GP trainer at the Hockley Farm Medical Practice.

Dr Samuel Seidu

Sessions

10:05 - 10:35, Thursday 15th November 2018
Primary, Community & Specialist Care
12:15 - 12:45, Wednesday 14th November 2018
Primary, Community & Specialist Care
15:55 - 16:25, Thursday 15th November 2018
Primary, Community & Specialist Care

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