Identification and intervention for people at risk of diabetes and cardiovascular disease is vital.
Find out how you can be part of the solution.
What does the training provide?
The scale of the problem, what are we preventing and why?
Risk assessment, overview of risk factors and how to calculate risk.
Latest clinical evidence, research based guidance for prevention.
Reducing risk, practical tips for applying research into reality.
Enhance the knowledge and skills of HCPs in the management of blood pressure, cholesterol and HbA1c for patients with diabetes. The study day includes the latest national guidelines and evidence base in respect of treatment options and recommendations for application into clinical work.
This follow-on day has been designed for delegates with a basic understanding, knowledge and skills in insulin initiation, that have attended Insulin Management Day 1. It is expected that delegates will have already initiated insulin and are at the stage where they are able to intensify or change insulin regimes of patients under their care.
Day 2 will include Insulin intensification, the place of GLP-1’s and principles of changing regimes.
The training will provide An opportunity to develop and share ideas, information and experience, relevant case studies and group work, as well as, professional support for practice cases.
The expanding number of new type 2 diabetes agents and how to effectively use them can be challenging. This one day module provides updates on the latest injectable therapies, both GLP1s and insulin. Practical workshop and case study discussions as well as providing updated knowledge and skills to enhance patient glycaemic management.
The topics covered include:
The newly updated (Dec 2015 with added update 2017) NICE guidance
Latest glycaemic treatment options
The latest evidence on prescribing the newer agents including SGLT2s
Following requests for a one day workshop, we are inviting GPs and Practice Nurses to attend our updated study day, which will cover:
Reasons for Insulin Initiation
Hypoglycemia including driving
Practical delivery, incorporating the safe use of insulin
Managing Challenges with Insulin