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Diabetes Professional Care (DPC) 2019, London

October 29 - 30, 2019; London, UK

October 29 - 30, 2019 London, UK

Conference News

  • DPC 2019 Is Screening the Only Answer to Finding 'Missing' T2D Patients? Finding the 'missing' people walking around with undiagnosed type 2 diabetes, estimated at around 1 in 70 of the population, will require screening, but the question is how, say experts.
  • DPC 2019 Progress on T2D 'Creates Need for De-prescribing Protocols' Validated approaches for taking type 2 diabetes patients off their medications once they achieve remission are needed, says a UK physician who has so far been using treatment guidelines in reverse.
  • DPC 2019 DWELL: Offering Renewed Hope to Long-standing T2D Patients An innovative programme combining patient empowerment and motivation with lifestyle advice has changed the lives of type 2 diabetes patients who were not achieving their targets, novel data shows.
  • DPC 2019 Accreditation of NHS Inpatient Diabetes Care 'On Its Way' The numerous methods of assessing the quality of inpatient diabetes care on the National Health Service will soon be superseded by a national accreditation system, paid for by hospitals, say experts.
  • DPC 2019 NHS FreeStyle Libre Adoption Already Changing Patient Lives NHS England’s aim to 'concertina' the time lag between innovation and patient availability is already, in the case of the adoption of FreeStyle Libre for type 1 diabetes, reaping rewards, say experts.

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