Vision UK is the leading annual conference for the eye health and sight loss sectors. Expanding Horizons will push the boundaries for implementing the UK Vision Strategy nationally and ensure that we engage with organisations and influencers across the wider health and social care sectors.
Working with Diabetes UK, part of the conference will consider issues such as the implications of risk-based interval screening, data provision and integrated diabetes care.
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When: Tuesday 14th June 2016
Where: Grange Tower Hotel, London
Quality in Care (QiC) Diabetes recognises, rewards and shares innovative practice demonstrating quality in diabetes management, education and services for people with diabetes and/or their families.Gaining QiC recognition means an initiative has been highlighted by the NHS, patients and industry as improving the quality of life for people living with diabetes.
Entries are invited from anyone working in the diabetes arena. Whatever the area of patient care, if your initiative or programme relates to diabetes in any way, you should enter it. Judges are keen to review a wide spectrum of entries and recognise the innovative practice that we know is out there.
Closing date: Friday May 27 2016 Judging day: Thursday July 21 2016
Awards ceremony will take place at Sanofi’s Guildford headquarters on Thursday October 13 2016
The 2nd Oxford Regional Clinical Cases Meeting will take place on 14th March 2016 is supported by the Society for Endocrinology and has been approved for 6 CPD points by the Royal College of Physicians.
Where: St Catharine's College, Oxford
Practice makes perfect - Wessex SCE course
Basingstoke - 23rd-24th April 2016 - FREE to register
Wessex have put together a fantastic two day weekend revision course FREE of charge (sponsored by Eli Lilly). Now in it's 5th year with an excellent exam pass rate. Click below to read more and register online via the link in the invite.
Join HEART UK in celebrating its 30th conference anniversary year.
THE conference for medical, scientific, healthcare and student attendees with an interest in cholesterol, atherosclerosis, lipid conditions, cardiovascular disease and nutrition.
Abstract submission here Abstract deadline: Friday 4th March 2016
Would you like to change clinical care? Do you have a project you would like to work on?
The Change Leaders programme will help you run a robust improvement project in partnership with your local AHSN (academic health science network).
AHSNs regularly plan, implement and assess projects. They have access to big data sets, project managers and far reaching influence.
We are looking for keen Diabetes and Endocrinology trainees to manage their own improvement projects over a 1-2yr period.