National Diabetes Specialist Nurses Forum
16th September 2021 4 – 6 pm
Join us at the 13th Session of the diabetes forum PARADIGM. A meeting for specialist nurses in diabetes and HCPs involved in Diabetes care. Expect discussions on relevant, current issues and sharing of best practices in the current, challenging environment.
What to expect?Expect a variety of different topics, like:
- Getting it right first time in diabetes
- Managing diabetes in adolescence and adults
- Helping to find the right balance by reducing glucose fluctuations in people with Type 1 diabetes
Scroll down to see the full programme and list of speakers with their biographies. Please register to let us know you will be joining us. Feel free to attend all or just a part of the sessions, depending on your availability.
|Opening Remarks||Grace Vanterpool MBE - Chair
Nurse Consultant in Diabetes: Diabetes Integrated Care Ealing
|16:05||GIRFT (Getting It Right First Time) in DIABETES||Professor Gerry Rayman MBE
Consultant Physician, Head of Service Diabetes and Endocrine Centre Ipswich Hospitals NHS Trust
|16:30||Reducing glucose fluctuations in people with T1 diabetes||Peter Kelly
Lead Diabetes Nurse University Hospitals Plymouth
|16:55||Rationale for the use of combination injectable therapy in patients with Type 2 Diabetes who have High HBA1c >9% and/or Long Duration (>8 years)?||Professor Rory McCrimmon
Dean of Medicine, Professor of Experimental Diabetes and Metabolism, SDRN Lead
|17:20||Beyond HBA1c: Time in Range & Other Metrics: Managing T1 Diabetes in Adolescence and Adults||Dr Dulmini Kariyawasam
Consultant in Diabetes and Endocrinology, GSTT, NHSF Trust
|17:45||Panel Summary and Close|
CPD credits have been applied for this webinar. This promotional webinar is organised and funded by Sanofi. This event is 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.
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 UKfirstname.lastname@example.org. Prescribing information will be available at the meeting.