On Tuesday 9 May 2017, Pharmacy Management and UKCPA are going back to Manchester with the second annual conference on Diabetes Medicines Optimisation which has been created by the two organisations.
The Learning Zone will be available for anyone who wishes to present their work in the form of a Poster. In order to do so, please email Jenny Thompson in the first instance to register your interest and receive a pack – jenny.thompson@pharman.co.uk
Booking for delegate places at the website booking page is open with the agenda/Satellite Sessions and registration procedure.
Take the opportunity to review the excellent number of Satellite Sessions and book a place: https://www.pharman.co.uk/events/2017/5/jomo-ukcpa-national-meeting-diabetes

Those satellite presenters who presented in 2016 have been asked to update their presentations and new topics have been incorporated in the light of feedback received. Satellites for this Event:

  • Managing Diabetes in the Community – Considerations in older people
  • Managing type 1 diabetes in Hospital
  • Keeping patients safe: Human factors and a Safety Culture (with practical examples)
  • The General Practice Pharmacist – Potential for Diabetes Medicines Optimisation in the Role
  • Diabetes and Renal Disease
  • The Changing Landscape and the Increased Focus on the Physical Health of the Mental Health Patient (with emphasis on Diabetes)
  • Does Motivational Interviewing have a Role in Diabetes?
  • How does NICE drive practice in type 2 diabetes?
  • Diabetes in the Elderly
  • Insulin Safety
  • How to Become a System Leader in Diabetes Care
  • The Practice Pharmacist’s Contribution to Diabetes Care – The View from the AHSN
  • How to Develop Specialist Clinical Pharmacists
  • Management of Diabetic Emergencies
  • What’s the Risk – Cardiovascular Risk Assessment in Diabetes?

For further information, please contact: Katie Fraser, Senior Executive Assistant Pharmacy Management, Katie.fraser@pharman.co.uk, tel:  01747 829501

JoMO-UKCPA National Meeting: Medicines Optimisation in Diabetes. Location: 9 May 2017, Midland Hotel, Manchester.