Imagine this is your first day as a diabetes consultant and your senior podiatrist asks your opinion about a foot. It looks a bit infected... or perhaps it's Charcot’s? What would you do? Do you think you have what it takes to develop and lead a world class diabetes foot service?
We attempt to answer these questions and prepare the diabetes consultants of tomorrow with this practical course including hands-on workshops and dedicated lectures. We address common themes not necessarily covered in day-to-day StR training.
When: 6th December 2016, Conference Centre Queen Elizabeth Hospital Birmingham
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Discounted rates for YDEF members! Email for discount code - click here
King’s Hospital in partnership with Sheffield University Hospitals and Ipswich Hospital are presenting the 1st British Diabetic Neuropathy Symposium. This is a novel event, aimed at discussing the challenges and approaches to diabetic neuropathy and pain management. The event has received endorsement from Lancet Diabetes as well as the British Peripheral Nerve society and Diabetes UK.
When: 25th November 2016 Where: Fetal Medicine Research Institute, London
You are warmly invited to the European Health Innovation Collaborative Conference at Imperial College London on 22nd September 2016 which has now been accredited with 7 CPD points by the RCP.
This not-for-profit, non-promotional educational event will focus on real world advances in disease management and health technologies. There will be 60 expert speakers from UK and Europe presenting across 16 sessions. Some of you may wish to present your own research or encourage your trainees to do so. There are also great pre and post-conference events included in the price.
The aim is to offer a broad CPD programme providing compressed updates across interconnecting clinical topics including cardiology, diabetes, gastroenterology/hepatology, nursing research, oncology and. primary care.
PCM Scientific in association with Novartis are organising a live symposium on the first day of the EASD Annual Meeting in Munich (European Association for the Study of Diabetes; 12-16 September 2016. The aim of the symposium is to help healthcare professionals with an interest in diabetes to improve their clinical practice.
The symposium will be followed by a number of online ‘case study clinics’ (expert-led webinars where complex cases can be submitted for discussion).
Both the symposium and the case study clinics will be hosted by world-renowned experts in diabetes, and attendees will receive CME credits.
As a part of Black Country Diabetes Club initiative (in association with YDEF) and to impart high quality skills and training to diabetes registrars and future consultants, we have organized a Workshop on Integrating Motivational Interviewing into Diabetes Consultation. This course will allow trainees to excel in their counselling skills and empower patients to change their behaviours to gain better control and self-management of their diabetes.
When: 1st November 2016, Crowne Plaza NEC Birmingham **Applications closed**
You can apply for the course through the Survey Monkey by clicking here
Supported by a grant from the Society for Endocrinology, the North West Endocrine Society is holding a free to attend Regional Clinical Cases Day on Thursday 1st December 2016 in Manchester.
The first aim of the event is to bring together the Endocrinology community throughout the North West, and further afield, for a day of education, debate and discussion. Secondly, we want to inspire students and junior trainees to consider a career in this rewarding field.