Why Visit?

See what our visitors had to say about DPC2017

DPC2018 is a must-attend event for anyone involved in the prevention, treatment and management of diabetes, and its related conditions.

It provides a unique opportunity for healthcare professionals from across the diabetes arena to come together to share experiences, gain real-world learning from top practitioners and meet those shaping the future of diabetes care, all in one place.

There are so many reasons to join us at DPC2018, including:

  • Free attendance for HCPs – REGISTER NOW to reserve your free place
  • CPD-accredited content – all our sessions are CPD accredited so you’ll gain valuable CPD points
  • Multi-track conference – with eight streams, to address the diverse interests and educational needs of our visitors. View the DPC2017 Conference Programme
  • World-class speakers – top practitioners and thought leaders from across the diabetes arena share their real-world learning and expertise
  • Hands-on workshops – informal, interactive sessions where you can share experiences and discuss practical solutions
  • Exhibition – see the latest diabetes products and services, and talk with the people shaping the future of diabetes care
  • The Edge – DPC2018’s innovation zone will feature cutting-edge solutions from health tech start-ups
  • Special features – we welcome the return of popular features from DPC2017, including the DPC Foot & Wound Clinic, FIT UK & Trend-UK Theatre and Hypo Hub. But also watch this space for news on exciting new features for DPC2018!
  • Networking and sharing experiences with more than 3,000 HCPs involved in diabetes care. Visitors value DPC for its buzz and friendly atmosphere – as you will discover when you share a coffee and chat with other delegates in The Diabetes Village.


Find out what our visitors had to say about DPC2017

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