London symposium

The Fifth London Symposium

The Fifth London Symposium - Illuminating recent treatment aspects in diabetes

15, 22 and 29 October 2020 | 4 - 6.30 pm
Virtual event
Join us at the fifth London Diabetes Symposium webinars on the 15th, 22nd and/or 29th October 2020. This year's meeting will be held as 3 separate webinars. You can join for one, two or all of the sessions.

As always, several topics on recent treatment and management approaches in diabetes will be covered. You can follow presentations from a panel of national and international experts. They will all share their view on: “Illuminating recent treatment aspects in diabetes”.

In each virtual event you will have the opportunity to ask questions to a panel of diabetes experts.

See the full programme for all three days on this page, read the speakers biographies or register for one, two or three days.

Programme

Webinar 1 - 15th October 2020

Time Session SPEAKER
16:00

Opening by Chairs

Professor Michael Feher
Consultant Physician in Diabetes & Clinical Pharmacology, Chelsea & Westminster Hospital NHSFT

Dr. David Hopkins
Diabetologist, Director, Clinical Academic Lead Diabetes, Endocrinology & Obesity Institute and Network. KCL
16:05 Management of Diabetes and Medical specialities in the current environment


Dr. Steve Thomas
Consultant in Diabetes, GSTT NHSFT; Clinical Director, London Diabetes Clinical Network
16:40 The How and Why of Nonsurgical Weight-Loss induced Remission of Type 2 Diabetes – ADA Lecture


Professor Roy Taylor
Professor of Medicine and Metabolism, Director, Newcastle MRC, Newcastle University
17:15 Exploring Destinations for People Living with Type 2 Diabetes – Fixed Ratio Combinations


Professor Steve Bain
Professor in Medicine (Diabetes) & Clinical Lead for Diabetes Research Networks, Wales
17:50 Utilising technology to optimise seasonal flu vaccine uptake in persons with diabetes Dr. Naresh Kanumilli
Diabetes Network Lead for Greater Manchester & East Chesire. Primary Care research lead GMCRN
18:25  Closing  


Feel free to attend all or just a selection of the sessions. Registering is easy, just click on the button below for next steps. You can register for one or more webinars. 

CPD credits have been applied for this series of webinars. This promotional series of webinars is organised and funded by Sanofi. These events are intended for UK healthcare professionals only. Adverse events reporting and prescribing information will be available at the meeting. Please note that to be eligible for CPD point, you will need to attend a minimum of 1 hour of the live event.

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Webinar 2 - 22nd October 2020 - Focus on Hypoglycaemia

Time Session SPEAKER
16:00 

Opening by Chairs

Professor Michael Feher
Consultant Physician in Diabetes & Clinical Pharmacology, Chelsea & Westminster Hospital NHSFT

Dr. David Hopkins
Diabetologist, Director, Clinical Academic Lead Diabetes, Endocrinology & Obesity Institute and Network. KCL
16:05 Where do PCKS9 inhibitors fit into current treatment guidelines?


Dr. Handrean Soran
Consultant Physician and Endocrinologist, Manchester Royal Infirmary
16:30 Hypoglycaemia Definitions


Professor Stephanie Amiel
RD Lawrence Professor of Diabetic Medicine, Kings College London
16:55 Technology alone is not the answer to hypoglycaemia


Dr. Emma Wilmot
Diabetologist, University Hospitals of Derby & Burton; Hon Assistant Professor, University of Nottingham
17:20 The second-generation basal insulins a review of clinical outcomes and hypoglycaemia profiles 


Professor Steve Bain
Professor in Medicine (Diabetes) & Clinical Lead for Diabetes Research Networks, Wales
17:55 The Role of Technology in preventing and managing hypoglycaemia


Professor Richard Bergenstal
Executive Director, International Diabetes Centre. Clinical Professor, University of Minnesota
 18:30 Closing  


Feel free to attend all or just a selection of the sessions. Registering is easy, just click on the button below for next steps. You can register for one or more webinars.

This CPD credits have been applied for this series of webinars. This promotional series of webinars is organised and funded by Sanofi. These events are intended for UK healthcare professionals only. Adverse events reporting and prescribing information will be available at the meeting. Please note that to be eligible for CPD point, you will need to attend a minimum of 1 hour of the live event.


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Webinar 3 - 29th October 2020 - Focus on The Multidisciplinary Team

Time Session SPEAKER
16:00 

Opening by Chairs

Professor Michael Feher
Consultant Physician in Diabetes & Clinical Pharmacology, Chelsea & Westminster Hospital NHSFT

Dr. David Hopkins
Diabetologist, Director, Clinical Academic Lead Diabetes, Endocrinology & Obesity Institute and Network. KCL
16:05 Implementation of a Dedicated PCSK9i Service in a UK Tertiary Cardiac Centre


Dr. Mahmoud Barbir
Consultant Cardiologist, Royal Brompton and Harefield NHSFT; Hon Senior Lecturer Dept of Medicine, Imperial  College
16:35 Working Together in Diabetic Foot Care for the vulnerable patient


Professor Mike Edmonds
Professor of Diabetic Foot Medicine and Consultant Physician, Kings College Hospital, London
17:05
EXTOD: Exploring the Barriers and Benefits of Physical Exercise for People with Type 1 Diabetes 


Dr. Parth Narendran
Reader in Diabetes Medicine and Honorary Consultant, University of Birmingham
17:35 Diabetes Retinopathy – How to Reduce Progression and Treat Sight Threatening Disease


Dr. Samantha Mann
Consultant Ophthalmologist, GSTT NHSFT
18:05 Inpatient Medicine Safety and Quality Improvement


Philip Newland-Jones
Consultant Pharmacist, Diabetes and Endocrinology, University Hospitals Southampton NHSFT
 18:35 Closing  


Feel free to attend all or just a selection of the sessions. Registering is easy, just click on the button below for next steps. You can register for one or more webinars.

This CPD credits have been applied for this series of webinars. This promotional series of webinars is organised and funded by Sanofi. These events are intended for UK healthcare professionals only. Adverse events reporting and prescribing information will be available at the meeting. Please note that to be eligible for CPD point, you will need to attend a minimum of 1 hour of the live event.

REGISTER

Adverse events should be reported. Reporting forms and information can be found at www.mhra.gov.uk/yellowcard . Adverse events should also be reported to the Sanofi drug safety department on 0800 0902 314. Alternatively, send via email to UK-drugsafety@sanofi.com. Prescribing information will be available at the meeting.

Speakers
This  has become a highlight of my academic calendar, providing independent, expert opinion from key leaders in the fields of diabetes and metabolism.
Dr David Hopkins (Consultant Physician and Diabetologist) - chair of the London Symposium
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