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Chronic Conditions Month 2022

Diabetes

Join us for a series of interactive webinars and podcasts to help you optimise care for people with chronic conditions

The agenda

13:00–13:45

Update on the new NICE Type 2 Diabetes Guidelines and how to implement these in practice

  • What is new in the guideline?
  • Rationale for the guideline updates
  • How do we practically implement these in primary care?

13:45–14:20

Review of the new NICE NG28 guideline and how we can improve clinical outcomes for adults with type 2 diabetes

This promotional webinar has been developed and funded by the Boehringer Ingelheim and Lilly Alliance for UK Healthcare Professionals only. Promotional information regarding Alliance products will be included in this webinar.
NP-GB-102831 | April 2022

14:20-15:00

Diagnostic dilemmas in Diabetes

  • Rarer types of diagnosis
  • When to consider is this LADA, monogenic diabetes or type 3C?
  • Illustrative case studies and top tips in primary care

The speakers

Sarah Davies

GPwSI in Diabetes, Cardiff

Professor Melanie Davies (Chair)

Professor of Diabetes Medicine at the University of Leicester and Honorary Consultant Diabetologist at the University Hospitals of Leicester NHS Trust, Leicester

Dr Dipesh Patel

Consultant Physician and Honorary Senior Lecturer at University College London

Professor Stephen Wheatcroft

Professor of Cardiometabolic Medicine and Consultant Cardiologist, Leeds

Steve Holmes

GP, Shepton Mallet and Clinical Respiratory Lead, NHS England South West and NHS Somerset

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