JoMO-UKCPA National Meeting: Medicines Optimisation in Diabetes

"Our staff got such a lot out of your last event and showcasing their work. The whole thing was a feel good vibe for everyone."
Julia Simms, Head of Medicines Management, North West Commissioning Support Unit
Event Name JoMO-UKCPA National Meeting: Medicines Optimisation in Diabetes
Location Midland Hotel, Manchester
Start Date 8:45am 15/05/2018
Finish Date 4:30pm 15/05/2018
Booking Closes 5:00pm 08/05/2018
Places Available
Event Description

Our flagship annual conference on medicines optimisation in diabetes, staged in conjunction with the diabetes interest group of UKCPA, returns to Manchester once again.

Posters are very welcome in the Learning Zone for this event. Please contact Graham Brack ([email protected]) for details.

For industry enquiries please contact Jo Griffiths ([email protected]).

Among the topics for satellites expected will be:

Hyperglycaemia management- special cases. Enteral feeding, steroid setc
Adjusting Insulin Doses
Weight Management Therapeutics in Diabetes
Diabetes and the Young including some genetic subtype
Diabetic Ketoacidosis (DKA) – Risk with some Meds
Effective MURS and NMS for people with Diabetes
Optimisation of insulin therapy in Type 1 diabetes using CGM
New Models of Insulin Administration in the Community
Monitoring including CGM and Flash
Hypoglycaemia- including driving guidance
Diabetes prevention programme (including screening)
Diabetes and Pregnancy
Three Treatment Targets (with emphasis on Diabetes)
Competency Framework for Diabetes - Building a Portfolio
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Contact Name Alistair Paul
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Satellites for this Event

Adjusting Insulin Doses

Speakers: Natasha Jacques, Principal Pharmacist - Specialist Services, Solihull Hospital/Heart of England NHS Foundation Trust

Insulin Titration (made easy)

 

The aim of this session is to help the generalist and specialist pharmacist develop the skills and competence to advise on i...

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Diabetic Ketoacidosis (DKA) – Risk with some Medicines

Speakers: Sally James, Divisional Lead Pharmacist for Unscheduled Care, Royal Liverpool University Hospital

So is there an increase of developing DKA with certain medications?

The session will give a recap of the causes , symptoms and treatment of  DKA . It will then look...

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Weight Management Therapeutics in Diabetes

Speakers: Philip Newland-Jones, Consultant Pharmacist, Diabetes and Endocrinology, University Hospitals Southampton NHS Foundation Trust

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New Models of Insulin Administration in the Community

Speakers: Sarah Alton, Community Services Lead, Sheffield Teaching Hospitals

This session will be of benefit to pharmacists working cross sector or within community settings with an interest in developing new ways of working.

An increasing incide...

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Reducing CV risk for patients with type 2 diabetes – latest evidence for diabetes medications

Speakers: Barry Keenan, Senior Clinical Pharmacist, South West Acute Hospital, WHSCT

This session aims to help the audience understand the link between type 2 diabetes and cardiovascular disease and how the residual risk of cardiovascular disease associa...

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Identifying and treating monogenic diabetes

Speakers: Professor Maggie Shepherd, Honorary Clinical Professor, University of Exeter Medical School

This talk will provide an update on monogenic diabetes ,  highlighting how to identify possible cases and the impact of a genetic diagnosis.

Genes causing both matu...

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Blood Glucose Monitoring, What’s all the fuss about?

Speakers: Debby Brewer, Diabetes Specialist Nurse, Heart of England NHS Foundation Trust

Blood glucose monitoring is an essential part of a diabetics’ treatment regime, but is it really necessary for everyone?

With the government and the NHS trying to ...

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Competency Framework for Diabetes - Building a Portfolio

Speakers: Vicky Ruszala, Specialist Pharmacist - Diabetes and Endocrinology, North Bristol NHS Trust

With the continuously evolving and expanding role of the pharmacist, it is often difficult to know how to develop your career and what to do to ensure that you are offering the ...

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Biosimilars - A Different Strategy for the Diabetes Battle

Speakers: Vicky Ruszala, Specialist Pharmacist - Diabetes and Endocrinology, North Bristol NHS Trust

By the end of the session you will:

  • List the different strategies tried to achieve good outcomes in type 2 diabetes
  • Understand what biosimilar insulin i...

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Management of Diabetes & Hyperglycaemia during Enteral Feeding - Special cases

Speakers: Michelle Lam, Advanced Clinical Pharmacist - Diabetes & Endocrinology, Medicines Management & Pharmacy Services, Leeds Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust/St James' University Hospital

When patients with diabetes mellitus are being artificially fed via the enteral route (e.g. nasogastric, gastrostomy or jejunostomy) glycaemic control can prove difficult. This ...

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Diabetes prevention programme (including screening)

Speakers: Anna Hodgkinson, Specialist Diabetes Pharmacist, Lambeth Diabetes Intermediate Care Team

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Diabetes and Pregnancy

Speakers: Sallianne Kavanagh, Lead Pharmacist - Diabetes, Sheffield Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust

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Optimisation of insulin therapy in Type 1 diabetes using CGM

Speakers: Dr Ian Paterson, Consultant Anaesthetist, Sheffield Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust, Honorary Senior Clinical Lecturer, Medical School, University of Sheffield

I am a Consultant Anaesthetist in the NHS, with a degree in Pharmacology, and am a member of one of our hospital pharmacy committees.  

I have been using a Dexcom C...

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Hypoglycaemic Emergencies

Speakers: Sameed Mahmood, Specialist Clinical Pharmacist. Leeds Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust

This topic /presentation will cover the definition and the background around hypoglycaemia. It will include the process around hypoglycaemia, what risk factors there are, and wh...

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Three Treatment Targets (with emphasis on Diabetes)

Speakers: Hannah Beba, Senior Clinical Pharmacist Diabetes and Endocrinology, County Durham and Darlington NHS Trust

The session aims to address the challenges that face practitioners when trying to attain the trifecta of targets (HbA1c, cholesterol and blood pressure) for our patients. With o...

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Optimising patient outcomes through effective MUR and NMS for people with diabetes

Speakers: Duncan Reid, Community Pharmacist

MURs and NMS are one of the best tools we have in the community to ensure patients living with diabetes are receiving the support they need to help them manage their condition a...

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