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FREE Event: Effective Primary Care Diabetes Management, 13 October

FREE Event: Effective Primary Care Diabetes Management, 13 October

5 July 2012

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On the 13th October in Manchester, GP Business magazine will be hosting a completely free event for GPs dedicated entirely to effective primary care diabetes management.


This one day conference is more than just a ‘study day’. It will provide an underpinning knowledge and rationale to actively address issues around assessment and management of diabetes and will provide a case study approach to intensification of insulin regimes.

On the 13th October in Manchester, GP Business magazine will be hosting a completely free event for GPs dedicated entirely to effective primary care diabetes management.


This one day conference is more than just a ‘study day’. It will provide an underpinning knowledge and rationale to actively address issues around assessment and management of diabetes and will provide a case study approach to intensification of insulin regimes.


There will also be ample opportunity for individual delegates to raise their own specific clinical diabetes issues.


The day’s topics will be presented by expert speaker Paul Dromgoole, RGN, RNMH, MSc Diabetes, PGCertED, DSN and Clinical Lecturer in Diabetes, who has over 15 years’ experience in diabetes management.

Feedback from previous sessions involving this speaker has been highly positive, with attendees reporting that suggested changes in practice have led to enhanced diabetes care.

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