Registration opens for prestigious diabetes event

Healthcare professionals with an interest in diabetes are being encouraged to register for this year’s Diabetes Professional Care (DPC) conference.

The two-day event is set to return later this year and is said to provide delegates with the “perfect blend” of type 1 and type 2 diabetes education and evidence.

The CPD accredited, two-day conference will be held on November 16 and 17 at Olympia London.

Agnes Jacobs, Content Lead for Diabetes Professional Care, said: “This year’s conference will bring together world-class speakers, including some of the top practitioners from the diabetes arena, who will be sharing their real-world learning and expertise.

“Our programme provides the perfect blend of evidence and education, covering a broad range of clinical skills training for practitioners from all specialisms and of all levels of experience.”

She added: “Attendees will discover the latest information on treatment and care of type 1 and type 2 diabetes, the role of digital technology, service innovations and tackling health inequalities.

“On top of all this, visitors will also get the chance to network with thousands of healthcare professionals involved in diabetes and meet with exhibitors showcasing the latest diabetes products and services.”

Racquel John, Registered General Nurse, has attended the renowned DPC conference in previous years.

She said: “I learned a lot from the stands and in the sessions. It’s important because you’re learning things that you don’t learn on the job as you simply don’t have time.”

Meanwhile, fellow delegate Dr Domodhera Norosimhariah from East Suffolk NHS Hosptials said: “I attended to revise my knowledge on diabetes healthcare to help with my general medical care.

“I was able to revise everything about diabetes, with a focus on lifestyle medicine and reinforcing a healthy lifestyle.”

To attend the conference, register here.

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