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East Midlands Diabetes Transformation and Sustainability Network
Wed 26 April 2017, 12:30 – 16:45 BST
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The East Midlands Diabetes Transformation and Sustainability Network will hold its inaugural meeting in April. The network aims to support the commissioning of high quality, outcomes focused and value for money diabetes services that support your local STP delivery.
The network brings together like minded people from across healthcare, local authorities, the third sector and other relevant stakeholders who are involved in the commissioning and delivery of services to prevent, care for and support patients with diabetes. This will provide a platform for active discussion and exchange of ideas to deliver diabetes prevention and management in a more integrated way.
The conference will be chaired by Professor Ian Macdonald - Head of School of Life Sciences and Professor of Metabolic Physiology, University of Nottingham on Wednesday 26th April 2017, with a focus on:
Transforming Prevention of Diabetes
Transforming Outcomes for People with T2D
A full agenda is included below:
Chair: Professor Ian Macdonald - Head of School of Life Sciences and Professor of Metabolic Physiology, University of Nottingham
12.30 Registration and buffet lunch
13.30 Welcome: Mr Paul Midgley, Director of NHS Insight, Wilmington Healthcare
13.35 Chair’s Introduction – Transformation in the Prevention of Diabetes: Professor Ian Macdonald
Session One: Transforming Prevention of Diabetes
13.45 Diabetes Prevention Programme Progress Report: Professor Azhar Farooqi OBE – Chair and GP, Leicester City CCG
14.00 Rotherham Weight Management Initiative – what have we learnt?: Dr Matt Capehorn – Founder, Clinical Manager and GPwSI, Rotherham Institute for Obesity
14.15 Table Discussion in STP Footprint Areas: “Scaling up diabetes prevention – DPP and beyond”
14.30 Feedback and panel Q&A: Speakers plus Ms Jacquie Lavin – Head of Nutrition and Research, Slimming World and Mr Kirit Mistry - Chair Leicestershire South Asian Diabetes Support Group, Leicester City CCG
14.45 Break and networking
15.05 Update on regional activities: Mr Peter Shorrick – Midlands Regional Head, Diabetes UK
Session Two: Transforming Outcomes for People with T2D
15.20 Derby Shared Care Service – what have we learned?: Dr Iskandar Idris – Associate Professor in Diabetes and Vascular Medicine, University of Nottingham and Honorary Consultant Physician, Derby Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust
15.40 Braunstone Project – Improving Outcomes in a Deprived Population: Dr Sam Seidu – Honorary Lecturer and Primary Care Research Fellow, Leicester Diabetes Centre and Diabetes Mentor, Leicester City CCG
16.00 Table Discussion in STP Footprint Areas: “What can we adopt to transform outcomes for people with T2D within existing programme budgets?”
16.20 Feedback and panel Q&A: Speakers plus Mr Kirit Mistry
16.40 Chair’s Summary: Professor Ian Macdonald
16.45 Evaluation and Close
This event has been funded by Takeda through the provision of sponsorship. There will industry delegates in attendance who have received places as part of the sponsorship package. Sponsors have had no input into the design or content of the event agenda.
How much does this event cost?
Places are complimentary to NHS and public sector organisations eg: CCGs, Trusts, LMCs, councils and services commissioned by councils. Charities and other not-for-profit organisations are subject to availability (please contact the Networks Events Team for further information).
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Upon receipt of your booking form we may require request further clarification of your work to ensure that this event is relevant to your role.
Which regions are covered by this network?
The following areas are invited to this network: Derbyshire, Leicestershire, Lincolnshire, Northamptonshire and Nottinghamshire.
What are my parking options at the venue?
Parking is available on a first come, first served basis at the venue.
How can I contact the organiser with any questions?
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