Preventing premature diabetes mortality focus of RSM event
Speakers from throughout the UK will address factors determining mortality risk in diabetes at a Royal Society of Medicine event next month.
Mortality relating to hypoglycaemia and cardiovascular disease will be discussed at the Preventing premature mortality in diabetes event taking place on Wednesday, January 24.
Being staged at the society’s headquarters in Wimpole Street, London, it aims to improve delegate’s understanding of risk factors and how data can be used to improve clinical care. There will be six CPD credits available to attendees.
Several presentations will be given, including Dr Pratik Choudhary, a senior lecturer and consultant in diabetes at King’s College London, delivering a presentation called ‘Dead in bed’ syndrome in type 1 Diabetes’.
Professor Miles Fisher, a consultant physician from Glasgow Royal Infirmary, will be speaking about cardiovascular outcome trials on non-insulin medication, while Dr Rajiv Amersey, a consultant cardiologist from Whipps Cross University Hospital and Barts Health NHS Trust will discuss reducing mortality in heart failure and diabetes.
To view the agenda and book a place, click here.