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RSM - 'Preventing premature mortality in diabetes'

posted 6 Dec 2017, 07:07 by DISN UK

Dear Colleague, you are invited to attend:

 Preventing premature mortality in diabetes

Wednesday 24 January 2018 | CPD: 6 credits
View the full agenda here

 Speakers from throughout the UK will address factors determining mortality risk in diabetes. Mortality relating to hypoglycaemia and cardiovascular disease will be discussed in detail. Book your place to improve your understanding on risk factors and how this data can be used to improve clinical care.

 Presentations include:

-          Mortality and survival in acute hyperglycaemia

-          Cardiovascular risk assessment and antidiabetic drugs

-          'Dead in bed' syndrome in type 1 Diabetes  

-          Cardiovascular outcome trials on non-insulin medication

 Expert speakers include:

-          Professor Miles Fisher
Consultant Physician, Glasgow Royal Infirmary

-          Dr Rajiv Amersey
Consultant Cardiologist, Whipps Cross University Hospital and Barts Health NHS Trust

-          Dr Abdul Lakhdar

Consultant Endocrinologist, Barts Health NHS Trust

-          Dr Pratik Choudhary
Senior Lecturer and Consultant in Diabetes, King's College London

 To book your place visit: www.rsm.ac.uk/events/EDK01

Please email endocrinology@rsm.ac.uk with any questions or queries

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