JoMO-UKCPA National Diabetes Workshop

These meetings are intended for UK Healthcare Professionals and have been developed in accordance with the ABPI Code of Practice.

Event Name JoMO-UKCPA National Diabetes Workshop
Location Midland Manchester Hotel, Manchester
Start Date 9:30am 17/05/2016
Finish Date 4:30pm 17/05/2016
Booking Closes No longer taking bookings
Places Available
Event Description

A Joint Meeting organised in partnership with UKCPA.

The day will be devoted to Medicines Optimisation in a single therapeutic area. The day will be organised as
one-hour satellites divided roughly into streams - community, interface, acute care - but with delegates able to select from any stream to meet their needs. 

Among the satellites already confirmed are:

Type 1 Diabetes in Hospital Sally James, Diabetes and Divisional Pharmacist for Medicine, Royal Liverpool University Hospital
Diabetes and Renal Disease Michelle Lam, Diabetes Pharmacist, Hull
Management of Diabetes in the Elderly Philip Newland-Jones, Advanced Specialist Pharmacist Practitioner
Diabetic Emergencies Sallianne Kavanagh, Diabetes Pharmacist, Sheffield
Physiology Philip Newland-Jones Advanced Specialist Pharmacist Practitioner
Managing Diabetes in Mental Health James Lee, Senior Clinical Pharmacist, Exeter, East & Mid Devon,
Devonshire Partnership NHS Trust
Emergency Access to Medicines Eric Power, Head of Medicines Management, North Kirklees CCG & Greater
Huddersfield CCG
GP Practice Based Pharmacist – specialised role Sanjay Tanna, Practice Pharmacist/Independent Prescriber, NHS Lancashire North Clinical Commissioning Group
Diabetes Champions Project Elizabeth Hackett, Principal Pharmacist for Diabetes and Formulary Pharmacist, Leicester Royal Infirmary
Working together to improve the Service Karen Acott-Robins,  Pharmacist Partner, Wallingbrook Health Centre and Chairman of the Board, Northern, Eastern and Western Devon CCG (Eastern Locality)
Mental Health Michael Marven, Chief Pharmacist & Clinical Director for Medicines Management, Oxford Health NHS Foundation Trust
How to develop a Consultant Pharmacist in Diabetes Position across a major Teaching Hospital and local CCGs
Dr Tim Hanlon, Chief Pharmacist & Clinical Director of Pharmacy and Medicines Optimisation, Guy's and St Thomas' NHS Foundation Trust and Visiting Professor of Pharmacy - School of Pharmacy, University of Reading.
A Patient Perspective Mark Duman, Pharmacist
Diabetes, Religious Festivals & Ethnicity Dr Lubna Kerr PhD, CEO, Centre of Health and Wellbeing
Insulin Safety Gillian Cavell, Consultant Pharmacist, Medication Safety at KIng's College Hospital NHS Trust.
Motivational Interviewing and Patient counselling techniques Dr Jeff Breckon, Director of the Centre for Health and Social Care Research, Sheffield Hallam University
RPS Faculty Dr Catherine Duggan, Director of Professional Development and Support, The Royal Pharmaceutical Society of Great Britain
Making Sense of Evidence - Critical Appraisal Phil Wiffen, Editor, Cochrane Pain, Palliative and Supportive Care Group
NICE Guidelines for Type 1, Type 2 and Pregnancy Natasha Jacques, Principal Pharmacist -Specialist Services, Heart of England Foundation Trust
Group Consultations in Primary Care Alison Manson

You can download a list of those registered to attend as at 4 May 2016 here.

This event has been funded by the following companies through the purchase of exhibition stands, posters or sponsored satellite sessions. Additionally, there will be some industry delegates in attendance on the day who will have paid for a delegate place. These companies have had no input into the design or content of the agenda.

Event Sponsor: Sanofi Diabetes

A Menarini,  Ascensia, Astra Zeneca, B Braun, BD Medical, Boehringer Ingelheim, GlucoMen, GlucoZen, Hygieia Inc., Merck Serono, MSD, Napp, Sandoz, Sanofi, Sunovion, Takeda and Thornton and Ross.

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Contact Name Alistair Paul
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