Diabetes on the Net is intended for healthcare professionals
Join us for our upcoming online webcast taking place on
22 July 2020 at 12.30 and 19.00
Taking place online
This webcast has a very practical focus, and we believe it will be of great benefit to all primary care healthcare professionals wishing to know more about DKD in T2DM (see the agenda below for full details).This 80-minute broadcast includes a 20-minute live Q&A, where you will be able to ask your questions to the speakers, and will be broadcast twice, at 12.30 and 19.00 on 22 July 2020.
Taking place on 22 July 2020
12.30 and 19.00
GP, North Berwick, near Edinburgh
Dr Kevin Fernando is a part-time GP Partner and GP Educational Supervisor working at the coalface in North Berwick Health Centre, near Edinburgh. Dr Fernando is also Scottish Lead for the Primary Care Diabetes Society, and an observer member of the Primary Care Cardiovascular Society. His other roles include Royal College of General Practitioners Clinical Advisor for Diabetes and Multimorbidity, and Education Director for GPNotebook Education.
Dr Fernando graduated from the University of Edinburgh in 2000. He holds both MRCGP and MRCP(UK) qualifications, and has completed a Masters degree in diabetes which he passed with distinction.
Dr Fernando has been elected to the Fellowship of the Royal College of General Practitioners, the Royal College of Physicians of Edinburgh and the Academy of Medical Educators for his work in diabetes and medical education.
GP and Partner at Colindale Medical Centre, London
Dr Amrit Lamba is a GP Partner at Colindale Medical Centre in Barnet Clinical Commissioning Group. He is also a lead clinician for the Barnet Federated GPs Diabetes Network and a board member for the Community Diabetes Service.
Dr Lamba is a clinical cluster lead for the Barnet Federated GPs Research Network, supporting local primary care participation in national research projects. In 2017, Dr Lamba founded the Barnet Diabetes Forum, which hosted regular educational events and networking opportunities for primary care clinicians with an interest in diabetes.
Honorary Consultant Nephrologist, Professor of Kidney Medicine, Royal Free, London
Professor David Wheeler’s current positions include Professor of Kidney Medicine at University College London, Honorary Consultant Nephrologist at the Royal Free London NHS Foundation Trust and Honorary Professorial Fellow of the George Institute for Global Health, Sydney, Australia. He is a Clinician Scientist with an interest in the complications of chronic kidney disease, specifically those that increase the burden of cardiovascular disease and/or accelerate progression of kidney failure. He has contributed to the development and running of several large-scale clinical trials involving patients with chronic kidney disease including SHARP, EVOLVE and CREDENCE. He is currently co-chief investigator of the DAPA-CKD study.
Locally, Professor Wheeler heads the clinical research team at the Centre for Nephrology, Royal Free Hospital in London. He has been involved in Clinical Practice Guideline Development for several organisations, most recently for Kidney Disease: Improving Global Outcomes (KDIGO), of which he is currently co-chair. He has served terms as President of the UK Renal Association, Chair of the UK Renal Registry and Associate Editor of Nephrology Dialysis Transplantation (NDT).
Session 1 (10 mins)
Session 2 (20 mins)
Session 3 (30 mins)
Session 4 (20 mins)
22 July 2020
12.30 and 19.00