This workshop is designed for registrars and new consultants with an interest in research and audit. It is packed with interesting and relevant topics aimed at publishing and developing projects and delivered by high quality speakers. This meeting is sponsored by Janssen and is free! Accommodation is provided as well however spaces are limited so register now to avoid disappointment and take advantage of this amazing opportunity.
Date: Friday 12th December - Saturday 13th December, Radisson Blu Hotel, London
Course flyer here
Website and registration at www.skillslabdiabetes.co.uk
Diabetologists and psychiatrists better together
Fri 5th Dec 2014, ORTUS Learning Centre, South London and the Maudsley NHS Trust
Nearly every category of ICD 10 psychiatric disorder is associated with diabetes. People with diabetes and mental health problems have a significantly greater risk of diabetes-related complications and mortality.
This is a Royal Society of Medicine meeting open to all members of the team involved in the care of diabetes during pregnancy. The main aims include presenting latest information in order to achieve better outcomes in pregnant patients with diabetes and discussing the diabetes in pregnancy audit.
Date: 17th November 2014
Venue: Royal Society of Medicine, London
Registration closes 12th November 2014
The aim of Hypo Awareness Week is to raise awareness of hypoglycaemia in the inpatient setting to help hospital staff recognise and treat symptoms and refer patients to appropriate care teams. Over 150 organisations have already signed up to take part. Each trust is encouraged to us this as an opportunity to educate other HCP, particularly those involved in inpatient care. There will be a webinar which all are invited to join as well as a simulation of good and bad management of hypoglycaemia.
ATDG is an annual meeting for adipose tissue, obesity and diabetes researchers based in the UK, ranging from PhD students to PIs to clinician scientists, working on different types of research from molecular biology to clinical studies. They have a great line up of internationally-renowned speakers who will be delivering talks on a diverse range of topics.
This year's meeting will be held at the University of East Anglia, Norwich, on the 15th of December 2014
For more details including how to register see here.
The Quality in Care (QiC) Programmes recognise, reward and share good practice and collaboration between the NHS, patient groups and the industry in specific therapy areas.
This year, for the first time, you can vote for your Outstanding Educator in Diabetes AND People’s Award as part of the Quality in Care Diabetes programme 2014. Be sure to see if your trust is in the shortlist of finalists!
See the finalists here
Voting deadline: Friday 12th September 2014