Teach-in: Diabetes

When and where

4 April 2017
Royal College of Physicians of London
11 St Andrews Place, London, NW1 4LE

Teach-in: Diabetes

Teach-ins aim to provide an update on advances in clinical practice for doctors in training, consultant physicians, GPs and staff grade doctors wishing to continue their medical education.

New booking procedure

Places at our teach-ins are limited, and so we ask that you register your attendance with us by selecting the book now button. 

If you can no longer attend, please email to conferences@rcplondon.ac.uk to cancel your booking.

Unfortunately we are unable to guarantee entry should full capacity be reached.

If you are unable to book a place at a teach-in or are unable to make it on the day, you can watch the teach-in live, subject to permission from the speakers. To view the live stream please visit the RCP's live streaming portal on the day.

Registration and coffee will take place at the RCP from 6.30pm. Sessions commence at 7pm.

 

CPD information

If you attend the teach-in on the day you will receive a certificate after the conference awarding you with 2 external CPD credits. 

If you watch the live stream you can record 1 hour of watched online content as 1 personal CPD self-reflection point. Please note these are not external CPD credits. These points can be claimed by recording the event in the online CPD Diary via the Self Certified tab within the distance learning category.

This event may be live streamed or filmed. The live stream and/or recording may be used by the RCP for a range of purposes, including but not limited to publishing on RCP online sites and delivery via distribution partners. If you have any questions about this please contact the event organiser.

Live streaming at hospitals

The teach-in will also be streamed live at the following hospitals across the UK, if you would like go along to watch the teach-in please contact the coordinator at the desired hospital.

Airedale General Hospital: Airedale NHS Foundation Trust,Skipton Road, Stteon Keighley, BD20 6TD. Susan.Clark@anhst.nhs.uk

Stoke Mandeville Hospital: Mandeville Rd, Aylesbury HP21 8AL, Seminar Room, Postgraduate Centre. laura.watts1@buckshealthcare.nhs.uk 

Addenbrookes Hospital: Hills Rd, Cambridge CB2 0QQ. gk395@medschl.cam.ac.uk/o.swift@ucl.ac.uk, 01223 216376

Hinchingbrooke Hospital: Hinchingbrooke Park, Hinchingbrooke, Huntingdon PE29 6NT. michaela.turner-douglas@nhs.net, 01480 847571

Bedford Hospital: Kempston Rd, Bedford MK42 9DJ. yi.liew@nhs.net, 07972 288286

Watford Hospital: Vicarage Rd, Watford WD18 0HB. david.goodier@whht.nhs.uk, 01923 217436

Basildon and Thurrock Hospital: Nethermayne, Basildon SS16 5NL. alice.garrett@btuh.nhs.uk, 01269 524900 ext 1697

James Paget Hospital: Lowestoft Rd, Gorleston-on-Sea, Great Yarmouth NR31 6LA. pgme@jpaget.nhs.uk, 01493 453457

East Surrey Hospital: Canada Avenue, Redhill RH1 5RH. Tina.suttle-smith@nhs.net, 01737 768511 ext 6615

Royal Derby Hospital: Uttoxeter Rd, Derby DE22 3NE. Janson.leung@nhs.net

Nottingham City Hospital: Hucknall Rd, Nottingham NG5 1PB. arun.khanna@nuh.nhs.uk

Colchester General Hospital: Turner Rd, Mile End, Colchester, CO4 5JL. ShiHan.Lee@colchesterhospital.nhs.uk

John Radcliffe Hospital Oxford: George Pickering Education Centre, Headley Way, Headington, Oxford, OX3 9DU. chantal.vermenitch@ouh.nhs.ukClaire.Pulford@ouh.nhs.uk, 01865 221865

Queen Elizabeth Hospital: Gayton road, Kings Lynn, PE30 4ET. Rajaratnam.Mathialagan@qehkl.nhs.uk

Broomfield Hospital: Court Rd, Broomfield, Chelmsford CM1 7ET. Iman.Saeed@meht.nhs.uk

Programme

Programme

19.00     Welcome

Dr Rustam Rea, Oxford University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust

Chair: Dr Rustam Rea, Oxford University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust

19.00   Managing Diabetes on the Geriatrics / Stroke Ward – PEG feeding, tight control or not – dangers of hypos, practical approach

Dr Aled Roberts – Cardiff and Vale University LHB

19.30 Managing Diabetes on the Renal Ward – declining eGFR, on haemodialysis, use of GLP-1 – Lira-Renal trial, hypos, feet

Dr Tahseen Chowdhury – The Royal London Hospital, London

20.00 Managing Diabetes on the Surgical Ward - VRIII, managing different states of fluid intake, adjusting oral medication, what to stop when pre-op

Dr Peter Winocour , Queen Elizabeth II Hospital

20.30 Managing Diabetes on the Cardiology Ward – evidence for PPCI, tight control

Dr Rustam Rea, Oxford University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust

21.00 Close