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HSJ Diabetes Mellitus Network - East of England

HSJ Diabetes Mellitus Network - East of England

All Regional Networks are Free to Attend for NHS and Associated Healthcare Professionals and attendees earn 3+ hours of CPD accredited activity for attending.

HSJ Diabetes Mellitus Network - East of England

12:00 - 17:00 | Tuesday 5 February

Network with like-minded colleagues who are invovled in the commissioning and delivery of services to prevent, care for and support patients with diabetes at our HSJ Diabetes Mellitus Network - East of England meetings.

Leading the meeting is Ian Macdonald, Professor of Metabolic Physiology, University of Nottingham; NHS Ethics Committee Researcher; Joint Editor of the International Journal of Obesity; International Union of Nutritional Sciences Fellow; Royal Society of Biology Fellow; Association for Nutrition Fellow; UK Scientific Advisory Committee on Nutrition Member

Attending this HSJ Regional Network will provide opportunity for: 

  • Meeting and networking with a range of roles attending across the health and care sector, outside of your immediate peer group
  • Participation in facilitated discussion sessions that are truly multidisciplinary, value-adding and progressive conversations to aid service improvement and patient outcomes in focus areas
  • Best practice sharing with innovative case studies and showcasing technology
    • Hear practical examples of how to transform and innovate your local services
    • Find out about supporting tools and resources available for your team
    • How to improve patient outcomes through better integration

Confirmed Speakers:

  • Candice Ward - Lead CDEP Educator The Cambridge Diabetes Education Programme (CDEP)

Timings: 12.15 registration and lunch, meeting start 13.00, meeting close 16.30 

Venue address: Holiday Inn, Cambridge, CB24 9PH 



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