Diabetes for Primary Care Courses is organized by NB Medical Education and will be held on Dec 01, 2017 at Olympia, London, London, England, United Kingdom.
The target audience for this medical event is GPs, Practice Nurses, Diabetes Specialist Nurses and Pharmacists. This CME Conference has been approved for a maximum of 6 credits of CPD.
This one day course will help you to help your patients. It will provide essential knowledge and skills for all diabetes healthcare professionals in primary care to enable us to effectively and efficiently manage our patients with type 2 diabetes.
• An overview of the suite of NICE diabetes guidelines published during 2015 focusing on NICE NG28: Management of T2DM and the updated NICE quality standard Aug 2016.
• Diagnosing and classifying diabetes: what’s new, common pitfalls and how to avoid them HbA1C targets in diabetes: the importance of individualizing hba1c targets in diabetes to ensure that benefits of treatment continue to outweigh any harms.
• What before metformin? Pre-diabetes risk assessment and management, with an overview of the NHS Diabetes Prevention Programme rolling out across during 2017.
• What next after metformin? A comprehensive review of the latest evidence supporting all new and established therapies, with practical prescribing tips and pitfalls to avoid when applying recent guidance from NICE.
• Insulin: when to start, which insulin for which patient and how? Plus, management of hypoglycemia and ‘sick day rules’. This content will be delivered by a diabetes nurse.
• CV risk reduction and diabetes. An evidence-based review on managing CV risk factors in diabetes and practical advice on how to apply recent game-changing positive cardiovascular outcome data such as EMPA-REG OUTCOME and LEADER studies.
• Diabetes in pregnancy: A primary care perspective of the NICE guideline published during 2015.
• CKD and diabetes: management of diabetic kidney disease in primary care and prescribing tips with a prescribing aide memoire (click here to view).
• Psychological aspects of the management of diabetes in Primary Care: detecting and • managing depression and distress in diabetes.
• Micro vascular complications of diabetes.
|Contact No. :||+44 (0)191 519 7293 / 4|
|Registration Type||End Date||Price|
|General Practitioner - Course Fee||30 Nov,2017||GBP 195.00|
|General Practice - Course Fee||30 Nov,2017||GBP 150.00|
|Practice Nurse - Course Fee||30 Nov,2017||GBP 150.00|
|Nurse Practitioner - Course Fee||30 Nov,2017||GBP 150.00|