Optimising Care | Diabetes on the Net

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Online

When

September 10, 2020

TIMES

1PM & 7PM

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Optimising Care


  • 1 hour 40 minute webcast

  • Live Q&A sessions with expert speakers

  • CPD accredited for 1 hour

This session features a presentation examining the benefits of good post-prandial glucose control and how new insulin methodology can contribute to this, followed by a live Q&A session. You will then have the choice of attending one of two breakout sessions: a review of best practice in diagnosing diabetes, or a presentation examining the best ways to meet the needs of younger people with diabetes. 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

Dr Emma Wilmot

Consultant Diabetologist, University Hospitals Derby; Assistant Professor, University of Nottingham

Dr Sarah Davies

GP with Special Interest in Diabetes, Cardiff

Jo Dalton

Diabetes Specialist Nurse – Transition, Poole Young People’s Diabetes Service

Introduction and welcome
Jane Diggle & Su Down

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

  • Introduction to the theme of webinar 1 and agenda

Post-prandial excursions: Overcoming the barrier to optimal time-in-range
Dr Emma Wilmot

  • How post-prandial glucose contributes to overall blood glucose control

  • Optimising insulin: Carbohydrate ratios and insulin correction factors

  • Understanding the benefits of fast-acting insulin

Live Q&A session
Jane Diggle, Su Down & Dr Emma Wilmot
Breakout 1: Diagnosing the right type of diabetes
Dr Sarah Davies

  • Recap of diabetes types and their key features

  • Approaching complex cases: what to do when the diagnosis is unclear

  • Understanding rarer forms of diabetes

  • Live Q&A session

Breakout 2: ‘From clinic with love’: Engaging young people with diabetes
Jo Dalton

  • Case study: How one diabetes service found a simple way to motivate young people with diabetes

  • How this concept could be expanded to other patient groups and other chronic conditions

  • Live Q&A session

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