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South East Diabetes Transformation and Sustainability Network
Thu 4 May 2017, 12:30 – 16:45 BST
The South East Diabetes Transformation and Sustainability Network will hold its inaugural meeting in May. 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 idea 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 Thursday 4th May 2017, with a focus on:
Transforming Prevention of Diabetes
Transforming Outcomes for People with T2D
The full agenda can be found 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
13.45 Update on NHS England plans: Dr Partha Kar – Consultant Diabetes and Endocrinology, Portsmouth Hospitals NHS Trust; Associate National Clinical Director, Diabetes, NHS England; Clinical Services Director, South East Hampshire Portsmouth Hospitals NHS Trust
Session One: Transforming Prevention of Diabetes
13.55 Diabetes Prevention Programme: Ms Alison White - Interim Programme Director Diabetes and Stroke Prevention, Health Innovation Network South London; Operational and Clinical Lead for Nutrition and Dietetics St Thomas’ Hospital, Guy’s and St Thomas’ NHS Foundation Trust
14.10 Local service innovation around weight management and preventing T2D: Dr David Hopkins – Clinical Director, King’s College Hospital NHS Foundation Trust and Joint Clinical Academic Group Lead, DENOVaRS, King’s Health Partners
14.25 Table Discussion in STP Footprint Areas: “Scaling up diabetes prevention – DPP and beyond”
14.40 Feedback and panel Q&A: Speakers plus Ms Jacquie Lavin – Head of Nutrition and Research, Slimming World; Professor David Stensel - Associate Dean Research, School of Sport, Exercise and Health Sciences, Loughborough University; Dr Matthew Goodman - Map my Health and Dr Partha Kar
14.55 Break and networking
15.15 Update on regional activities: Mr Matt Hopkins – NHS Influencing Manager, Diabetes UK
Session Two: Transforming Outcomes for People with T2D
15.30 Portsmouth service and Super Six – what has been achieved and what’s next: Dr Partha Kar
15.50 Developing an accountable care model: Dr Ian Gallen – Consultant Physician, Royal Berkshire NHS Foundation Trust and Community Diabetes Specialist, Berkshire West CCGs
16.10 Table Discussion in STP Footprint Areas: “What can we adopt to transform outcomes for people with T2D within existing programme budgets?”
16.25 Feedback and panel Q&A: Speakers plus Professor David Stensel and Dr Matthew Goodman
16.40 Chair’s Summary: Professor Ian Macdonald
16.45 Evaluation and Close
How much does this event cost?
Places are complimentary to NHS, Charity and other non-profit related organisations. For private providers, please email email@example.com for information on available sponsorship packages.
Which regions does this network cover?
The following areas are invited to this network: London, Surrey, Sussex, Kent, Medway, Berkshire, Oxfordshire, and Hampshire.
What are my parking options at the venue?
Parking is available on a first come, first served basis. Alternative parking may be found in the Surrey Sports Park or the Onslow Park and Ride car park, located approximately three minutes’ walk from the venue (sat nav: GU2 7AD).
How can I contact the organiser with any questions?
If you have any queries, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 0845 121 3686.