Visitor Testimonials

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Read what some of our visitors had to say about DPC2019

“You come here, you get your beads of wisdom, and you go back as a better service provider.”

Grace Owusu, Diabetes Nurse, North Middlesex Hospital

“It compares well to the other conferences I have attended over the year and it is very nice to see obesity featured so much.”

Dr. Matt Capehorn, GPwSI Obesity & Diabetics, Rotherham Institute for Obesity

“I enjoyed listening to the keynote speakers, diabetes specialists and doctors. The sessions available were very educational and engaging, I was able to learn a lot more about insulin, especially with the useful workshops. I now feel more comfortable changing and managing insulin for my patients, which is a very important thing I took away from the show.”

Dr Helen Drew, General Practitioner, Boughton House GP

“The networking, patient education and educational talks on diet and obesity were very interesting and useful, I was able to pick up a lot of information on it all! Overall, the show carried a good positive vibe and good collective feel.”

Jonathan Durand, Lead Pharmacist, Foreham & Gosport CCG

“I attended this year off the back of a recommendation from a colleague, and I am glad I did! I loved the speakers, and the sessions were filled with good content. It was a worthwhile event and I will be back next year.”

Charlotte Mitchell, Podiatrist, Shropshire Community Centre

“I attended this year to revise my knowledge on diabetes healthcare to help with my general medical care. I was able to revise everything about diabetes, with a focus on lifestyle medicine and reinforcing a healthy lifestyle.”

Dr Domodhera Norosimhariah, Consultant Physician, East Suffolk NHS Hospitals

“I feel like it has brought the diabetes community together and the programme covered a wide range of topics. I also found the CPD training very useful as I don’t normally have time to get training elsewhere.”

Emily Budlong, Staff Nurse, Imperial Collage London

“I’ve learned a lot today- on the stands, and in the sessions especially. It’s important because you’re learning things that you don’t learn on-the-job because you simply don’t have time.”

Racquel John, Registered General Nurse, North Middlesex Hospital