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Advancing Insulin Pump and Sensor Technology National Networking Forum

Advancing and Insulin Pump and Sensor Technology National Networking Forum

Thursday 26 September 2019 

Birmingham City Football Club, St Andrew’s Stadium, Birmingham, B9 4RL

Tel: 0344 557 1875. 

Registration 8:30 AM | Start 9:00 AM | Close 4:20 PM

Public Sector Price: before Monday 12th August £149 + VAT; after Monday 12th August £209 + VAT


Keep up-to-date with new technology advances and the latest developments

When technology for the management of Type 1 diabetes is moving faster than many healthcare professionals can keep up with, and increasing numbers of patients are being referred onto pumps, this one day NHS networking conference will encompass technology updates and clinical guidance. You will leave with case study examples and practical skills to confident advocate and use advanced insulin pump and sensor technology in your diabetes service.

Train your team, improve patient competencies and interpret data downloads

This progressive NHS conference has been specially designed for those, working in Type 1 diabetes, who are looking to optimise patient’s assessment and management of diabetes and would like to gain awareness of what is available to NHS patients and how they can support their patients with the latest technology including DIY systems. Featuring:

  • What’s new in pump and sensor technology? Explore the latest developments and assess how your service can incorporate them
  • Keeping up with T1D technology advancements: discover the progression of Flash Glucose Monitoring, Continuous Glucose Monitoring, Insulin Pumps and Closed Loop systems
  • Utilising innovative support tools: make use of the latest apps
  • Engaging and empowering your patients: developing training and competency programmes for your T1D patients
  • Improving staff competencies: ensuring your team have the knowledge and confidence to support patients with technology advances
  • Building technology support into your clinics: explore data downloads and the viability of virtual clinics

Come together with NHS colleagues from across the country to benchmark your service, share your first-hand experiences and hear from experts in the field:

  • Mark Evans, Honorary Consultant Physician, Cambridge University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust
  • Caroline Byrne, Diabetes Specialist Nurse, Cambridge University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust
  • Alasdair McLay, Patient Representative, and DIY Closed Looper
  • June Murphy, Diabetes Pump Nurse Specialist, University Hospital Southampton NHS Foundation Trust
  • Muhammad Karamat, Consultant Physician, University Hospitals Birmingham NHS Foundation Trust
  • Vicky Elliott, Clinical Psychologist in Paediatrics, South Warwickshire NHS Foundation Trust
  • Kelly Cheer, Consultant Physician (Diabetes & Endocrinology), Manchester University NHS Foundation Trust
  • Barbara Hudson, Diabetes Clinical Nurse Specialist, University Hospitals Birmingham NHS Foundation Trust




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