‘Innovative approaches’ to diabetic neuropathy to be explored at Royal Society of Medicine masterclass

Novel ways to tackle the “substantial burden” of diabetic neuropathy will be under the spotlight at an upcoming masterclass delivered by the Royal Society of Medicine.

Healthcare professionals, researchers and patients are invited to join the in-person masterclass on Wednesday, April 10 from 5.30pm to 8pm.

The event, which is being held in partnership with the Diabetes Research and Wellness Foundation, will focus on key aspects of diabetic neuropathy including introducing new diagnostic tests, emphasising early intervention benefits, exploring novel pain management strategies, and best practices for foot ulcer management.

Additionally, participants will gain insight into amputation and effective pain management for phantom limb cases.

Speaking at the event will be Professor Jonathan Valabhji, National Clinical Lead for Multiple Long Term Conditions, NHS England; Dr Prashanth Vas, Consultant Endocrinologist and Diabetes Foot Physician at Kings Health Partners; and Ms Fatima Cassim, Diabetes Specialist Podiatrist at Imperial College Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust.

By attending the masterclass, you will:

  • Explore the progression of diabetic neuropathy, identifying risk factors and preventive measures to mitigate severe outcomes.
  • Emphasise the benefits of early intervention in diabetic neuropathy to prevent complications and improve patient outcomes.
  • Gain unique insights into implementing best practices and embracing cutting-edge treatments and diagnostic tests, contributing to alleviating the burdens faced by both individuals and the healthcare system.

Click here to find out more and to book a place.

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