CPPE Type 2 Diabetes Focal Point - Isle of Wight

The aim of this workshop is to update your knowledge of Type 2 Diabetes. We will explore how you can support patients to manage the condition, reduce the risk of complications and improve outcomes.

Please book now as we expect this to be a very popular event.

Around 1 in 20 people in UK have type 2 diabetes1 so it is likely that you will come across people with this condition in your day-to-day practise. Whether you’re a technician helping to identify patients for MUR, a community pharmacist who will undertake that MUR, or a practice pharmacist preparing to undertake a medication review, there’s a lot you can do to support your patients. 

If you are in a community role, are you aware of the key areas of support for people with type 2 diabetes. Can you signpost them to relevant information and promote the uptake of structured education? 

Or if you are a pharmacy professional in general practice, although you might not be offering specialist diabetes clinics, you will be supporting people with type 2 diabetes as part of other clinical roles. Are you prepared for that aspect of your patient’s care? 

To find out more about how you can help your patients to self-manage their type 2 diabetes in community and general practice, book on to a CPPE Type 2 diabetes focal point workshop

To book: Log into www.cppe.ac.uk and scroll down the home page to book on to a workshop. Alternatively you can phone 0161 778 4000 during office hours. It is helpful if you can quote event reference 46188 and have your GPhC number to hand. 

Connect with others attending this CPPE workshop and share your experiences and photos from the event on Twitter using the hashtag #CPPEdiabetes @JoseCPPE 

Reference

1. Diabetes UK. The cost of diabetes report. 2014. 

 
Event Date and Time: 
10 October 2017 - 7:30pm - 9:15pm
Event Location: 
Bargeman's Rest Newport
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