Date: January 26, 2010
Venue: The Royal College of Physicians, London
Over 10% of NHS beds are occupied by patients with diabetes, representing a major burden of care. These patients have a variety of clinical problems, including coronary syndromes, stroke, foot ulceration and acute metabolic emergencies. Their management is often complex, and duration of admission frequently prolonged. This conference brings together a group of speakers with wide experience and expertise, who will define and discuss the problems of in-patient diabetes care, and explore potential improvements and solutions.
Audience: This conference is aimed at all those practising general medicine as well as consultants and trainees in diabetes, senior diabetes specialist nurses and interested GPs.
Conference organiser: Royal College of Physicians
Further info: RCP events