Diabetes is a leading cause of premature mortality, with over 22,000 additional deaths each year. It doubles an individual’s risk of cardiovascular disease and costs over £10 billion every year to manage.
What impact has COVID-19 had on the national plans for diabetes prevention, management and care?
The HSJ Diabetes Virtual Forum will bring together national and local leaders, senior managers, clinicians, industry and the third sector to examine the next steps in ensuring progress is made on national aims, and that the innovations and learning from the pandemic are not lost.
Together, we will assess the response to the pandemic by peers working in diabetes prevention, care and treatment. We will explore how services have adapted, and how you can take forward the learning within your own work to transform outcomes in your area.
Who should attend:
- Gain new and different insights – you will have the opportunity to hear practical and innovative solutions to the challenges posed by the pandemic and learn how to adopt them in your own service
- Analyse national policy – you will hear the latest on the impact of the pandemic on diabetes work from national leaders, and, crucially, understand what it means for you in your role
- Deliver real outcomes – you will leave with the learning from how other services have responded and the understanding of what you can take forward and develop in your service for the future, in line with national aims
- Representatives from ICS/STPs, CCGs and PCNs
- Representatives from from ALBs eg NHS England and NHS Improvement and Public Health England
- Consultants, clinical directors, specialist nurses and pharmacists
- GPs, community nurses, practice nurses, community pharmacists
- Local authority, public health consultants/ specialists
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