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Registration opens for DPC2019

By Editor
17th April 2019
Care planning, Clinical guidance Commissioning

Registration for Diabetes Professional Care 2019 (DPC2019) has now opened for all healthcare professionals (HCPs) to attend free of charge.

Organisers have also announced that Professor Jonathan Valabhji OBE, the National Clinical Director for Obesity and Diabetes, NHS England, and Dr Partha Kar, Diabetes Consultant and the National Associate Clinical Director Diabetes, NHS England, will return to deliver an update from the NHSE Diabetes Team, for DPC2019‘s opening Keynote on October 29.

Dr Kar said: “Attending DPC provides an opportunity for us to interact with delegates, many of whom have responsibility for delivering diabetes care as part of the NHS Long Term Plan.

‘Valuable feedback’

“Jonathan and I are delighted to be invited back to deliver the opening keynote at DPC2019, and we are especially looking forward to receiving valuable feedback from frontline healthcare professionals, who all have the same objective – improving health outcomes for each and every person with diabetes who they treat.”

A question and answer session will again follow the DPC2019 opening keynote, while panel sessions at the end of each day will provide a greater opportunity for interaction between visitors and speakers across the entire conference programme.

This year, DPC2019 will host nine main conference streams, five hands-on clinics and two unique feature areas, designed for healthcare professionals with different levels of responsibility, experience, and specialism.The two-day conference programme is packed full of CPD-accredited content, designed to meet the diverse needs of all those who are responsible for caring for, and supporting people who live with diabetes, and related conditions.

Visitors will also have the opportunity to share experiences and network with colleagues from around the UK.

To register for DPC2019, click here.

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