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This webcast was developed by the Primary Care Network faculty in conjunction with OmniaMed Communications. The sponsoring companies have provided sponsorship to Omniamed Communications to support the costs of running the webcast, the resource area on Diabetesonthenet and supporting collateral. The sponsoring companies have had no input into the agenda, speaker selection, presentations or collateral content.

Delivery of Diabetes Care in the Primary Care Network

The changing shape of clinical practice

21 April 2021 at 13:00 & 19:00

Delivery of Diabetes Care in the Primary Care Network:
The changing shape of clinical practice

In this webinar, we will be launching a new guideline aimed at supporting diabetes care delivery in the new Primary Care Networks (PCNs). The restructuring of CCGs to develop PCNs represents an opportunity to strengthen joined-up specialist care and provide a diabetes service addressing the holistic needs of the person with diabetes, while also meeting the greater needs of the population. The webinar will focus on what the guideline means both for health professionals working in primary care and for people with diabetes.

Key take-aways

  • The importance of early referral and intensive treatment for people newly diagnosed with diabetes
  • The need to go beyond glycaemic management in diabetes care to offer a holistic approach and address long-term disease burden.
  • The role of PCNs in supporting underserved groups and different populations in their localities (e.g. frail people, young adults, black and minority ethnic populations, people with type 1 diabetes and people with learning difficulties)
  • How we can meet the education and training needs of health professionals delivering diabetes care within PCNs
  • Forming Diabetes Support Teams within PCNs – the why and how

Speakers

Sarah N Ali

Sarah N Ali

Consultant Diabetologist, Royal Free London NHS Foundation Trust

Sarah Alicea

Sarah Alicea

University Hospitals Dorset NHS Foundation Trust; Dorset Healthcare University NHS Foundation Trust

Lorraine Avery (3)

Lorraine Avery

Community Diabetes Specialist Nurse, Solent NHS Trust

Hannah Beba

Hannah Beba

Senior Clinical Pharmacist for Diabetes and Endocrinology, County Durham and Darlington NHS Foundation Trust

Naresh Kanumilli

Naresh Kanumilli

Community Diabetes Consultant, Manchester University NHS Foundation Trust

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Nicola Milne

Community DSN, Manchester University NHS Foundation Trust

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Delivery of Diabetes Care in the Primary Care Network:
The changing shape of clinical practice

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