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Royal Society of Medicine releases event schedule

By Editor
11th February 2020
CPD

A schedule of events covering diabetes-related medicine, management and challenges has been released by the Royal Society of Medicine (RSM).

Leading experts have been invited to cover all different aspects of diabetes which will be suitable for all levels of healthcare professional from trainee to consultant.

In April the organisation will host the National diabetic eye screening conference 2020: Fighting the good fight. The annual event brings together world authorities on eye-care, providing attendees with insights to help them achieve better uptake and patient engagement. The conference, on April 24, is open for anyone involved in diabetic eye screening.

Bursary places for trainees and students available for all Ophthalmology meetings are also available. Send your request to ophthalmology@rsm.ac.uk.

On Tuesday, April 28, the Kidneys, heart and diabetes: Science and practice event will be held. This meeting provides delegates with the opportunity to learn about new strategies to lower cardiovascular risk, heart failure hospitalisation and mortality among those with type 2 diabetes by using novel anti-diabetes agent. Experts in the field will also discuss benefits, rational indications and potential side effects.

Then in June, the third annual RSM diabetic foot meeting has been scheduled to take place. It will bring together experts from a vast array of specialties to discuss best practice in the management of diabetic foot disease and limb salvage. Experts in the field will cover national and local strategies to improve limb salvage, multidisciplinary approaches, and current best practice in the diagnosis and management of foot ulceration. Early bird rates are available until March 3 and start from just £24.

All events are all CPD accredited and anyone who requires more information can get in touch via email: events@rsm.ac.uk.

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