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Peri-operative Diabetes Management

Written by Paul Grant on 21 May 2012. Modified on 21 May 2012. Hits: 5202

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Want to know more about the safe management of the surgical patient with diabetes?

Excellent upcoming meeting. Ideal for interested diabetologists, anaesthesiologists and even surgeons.

http://www.rsm.ac.uk/academ/edc02.php

 

Safe management of the surgical patient with diabetes

 

Thursday 12 July 2012

 

Venue: Royal Society of Medicine, 1 Wimpole Street, LONDON, W1G 0AE

 

Please note that online registrations close four days prior to the event. Registrations will be accepted on the day however lunch cannot be guaranteed. If you have any questions please contact James Whitaker at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

 


10.00 am

Registration tea and coffee

10.20 am

Welcome

10.25 am

Introduction
  Anna Morton, Director,
NHS Diabetes and Kidney Care

10.30 am

Setting the scene: Inpatient diabetes care
  Dr Gerry Rayman, National Clinical Lead, Ipswich

10.45 am

Critical Incidents with peri-operative insulin
  June James, Diabetes Nurse Consultant,
Leicester
  David Garret, NHS Commissioning Board, Patient Safety

11.05 am

Why do we need this national guidance? What's in the guideline
  Ketan Dhataryia, Consultant Physician, Norwich

11.40 am

The Alberti Regime - the cornerstone of the perioperative management of the surgical patient with diabetes
  Professor George Hall, Professor of Anaesthesia, St George's Hospital

11.50 am

Methods of glycaemic control in the 21st century
  Dr Nicholas Levy, Consultant Anaesthetist, Bury St Edmunds

12.00 pm

The role of day surgery and preoperative assessment in improving the management of the surgical patient with diabetes
  Dr Rachel Morris, Consultant Anaesthetist, Norfolk and Norwich Hospital

12.20 pm

Discussion

12.40 pm

Lunch

1.30 pm

Application of the ERPP to the surgical patient with diabetes
  Speaker to be confirmed

1.50 pm

Experience of implementing the guidelines
  Kath Higgins, Consultant Physician, Leicester

2.10 pm

Case presentations

3.00 pm

Tea and coffee break

3.20 pm

How do we get national implementation: Panel Discussion-
  Dr Rowan Hillson, National Clinical Director for Diabetes,
  Dr Peter Nightingale, President of RCA,
  Prof Cliff Sherman, Southampton representing RCS
  Dr Kath Higgins, Leicester

4.00 pm

Completion of evaluation forms

4.05 pm

Close of meeting

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