Event app launched for major diabetes conference

By Editor
20th June 2019

A revamped event app has been designed to “enhance attendees’ experience” at a major diabetes conference. 

The official Diabetes Professional Care 2019 (DPC2019) event app is now available for registered attendees to download.

It will allow users to search for sessions by subject or level of specialism and means they can make a personalised schedule for both days.

DPC founder Maggie Meer said: “The official DPC2019 app has been designed specifically to enhance attendees’ experience and will make it easy for people to plan their day and select the sessions that are right for their role.

“Our mission has always been to create an educational programme that is strong enough to provide healthcare professionals with CPD credits and addresses the budgetary constraints on NHS staff by making DPC free to attend.

“From the beginning, DPC’s key objective has been to improve the lives of people with diabetes by helping healthcare professionals to understand and empathise with their patients, and increase their awareness of diabetes complications. As well as arming them with the skills and knowledge to provide better care for their patients, DPC’s focus is on helping them to empower their patients to manage their own condition.”

If you don’t have an Apple or Android phone or tablet, then you can click here to use the mobile web version of the app.

DPC2019 is the UK’s largest free-to-attend, CPD-accredited conference.

The two-day event gives healthcare professionals the chance to share good practice and innovation with a specific focus this year on multi-disciplinary working.

DPC2019 will take place at Olympia London on October 29 and 30 and delegates are invited to attend presentations and workshops on a variety of topics, such as the childhood obesity strategy, type 2 diabetes reversal and diabetes burnouts.

The DPC2019 Event App is kindly supported by GlucoRx.

Picture credit: Przemyslaw Marczynski

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