Adapting Clinical Practice | Diabetes on the Net

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Where

Online

When

September 15, 2020

TIMES

1PM & 7PM

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Adapting Clinical Practice


  • 1 hour 40 minute webcast

  • Live Q&A sessions with expert speakers

  • CPD accredited for 1 hour

The main presentation in this session will examine guidelines and best practice in the use of GLP1 RAs in a clinical setting. After a live Q&A session with the plenary speakers, you will have the opportunity to attend one of two breakout sessions: an overview of the challenges and opportunities in providing remote healthcare for people with diabetes, or a presentation exploring the future challenges for diabetes nursing. Each breakout presentation will be followed by a further Q&A session.

Speakers

Jane Diggle

Practice Nurse with Specialist Interest in Diabetes, West Yorkshire

Su Down

Diabetes Nurse Consultant, Somerset

Prof Mike Cummings

Professor of Diabetes and Endocrinology at Portsmouth NHS Trust

Dr Sumer Aditya

Consultant Physician in Diabetes and Endocrinology, Aintree

Dr Heather Bell

GP, Greenisland, Northern Ireland

Nicola Milne

Community Diabetes Specialist Nurse, Manchester

Introduction and welcome
Jane Diggle & Su Down

  • Welcome, introduction to the meeting series, instructions for delegates

  • Introduction to the theme of webinar 2 and agenda

GLP-1 receptor agonists: Turning research into clinical practice
Prof Mike Cummings & Dr Sumer Aditya

  • What do the guidelines say?

  • Insights on practical use and safety

  • Update on GLP-1 receptor agonist cardiovascular safety trials

Live Q&A session
Jane Diggle, Su Down, Prof Mike Cummings & Dr Sumer Aditya
Breakout 1: Changing practice for a new world
Dr Heather Bell

  • Adapting to new ways of working

  • Patient prioritisation and risk stratification

  • The virtual consultation: Practical tips

  • Effective use of real-world data

  • Live Q&A session

Breakout 2: Future-proofing diabetes nursing: 21st Century and beyond
Nicola Milne

  • What will the future hold for nursing recruitment, competencies and skills?

  • How we can deliver innovation in practice

  • Looking after our own health and well-being

  • Live Q&A session

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