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Teach-in: Diabetes management on the general ward and during surgery

When and where

1 March 2016
Royal College of Physicians of London

Past event

Teach-in: Diabetes management on the general ward and during surgery

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.
 

Registration and coffee will take place at the college from 18:30-19:00. It is not necessary to book in advance, sessions commence at 19:00.

Please note that places at the teach-ins are allocated on a first come first served basis and unfortunately we are unable to guarantee entry should we reach full capacity. It is therefore advisable to arrive in good time to secure a place.

Live streaming

We will be live streaming this Teach-in – to watch it on the day please use our live streaming page.

CPD information

You can record 1 hour of watched online content from our live stream as 1 personal (category 3) CPD self-reflection points - 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.

Programme

Programme

18.30 Registration and coffee

19.00 Welcome
         
Professor Margaret Johnson, Academic Vice President, Royal
          College of Physicians, London

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

19.00 'Fasted and consented but blood glucose 18: how to manage diabetes in the peri-operative period' 
           
Dr Ketan Dhatariya, Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital

19.30 'Pitfalls of hypoglycaemia - what are the dangers and how to avoid them'
          
Dr Omar Mustafa, King’s College London

20.00 'Don't forget the feet - key principles in identification, classification and management of acute diabetic foot disease'
         
Dr Frances Game, University of Derby

20.30 'DKA and HHS - update in management'
           Dr Alistair Lumb, Oxford University

21.00 Close