ABCD Regional Meeting Scotland (in collaboration with the SfE)

Event Date: 
Wednesday, 26 May, 2021

Regional Meeting Scotland 2021

The first in a series of three Regional Meetings to take place in 2021, this meeting will run over two afternoons on 19th and 26th May 2021 from 13.20 - 16.30 pm on each of these dates.

This meeting is running as a virtual event and registration for all delegates who are Health Care Professionals is FREE of charge. 

This is an excellent opportunity for up to date diabetes CPD and to network with colleagues in the region. This event is aimed at the MDT as a whole including primary care teams and hospital specialist teams treating people with diabetes.

ABCD Regional Meeting Scotland (in collaboration with the SfE)' (code: 135697) has been approved for 6 credits, and the activity is now live on the database.

We have put together some exciting sessions with speakers of national & international repute on issues that matter day to day.

Topics covered will include:

  • Technology Update-Closed Loops/CGMS/CSII
  • SARS COVID-19 and Diabetes
  • Diabetes and Pregnancy Update
  • Preservation of C-peptide/immunotherapy in Type 1 Diabetes
  • Addison's Disease 
  • Neuro-Endocrine tumours (NET) 
  • Management of 
    • Hyponatraemia
    • Adrenal Incidentalomas
    • Thyroid nodules
    • Pituitary tumours

You will have the chance to have your questions answered by our speakers on the day.

Key learning covered will address problems you will be dealing with every day in your work:

  • Update on new technology in Type 1 Diabetes including closed loop systems and continuous glucose monitoring.
  • COVID-19 and Diabetes – How to look after patients with diabetes and COVID-19 infection?
  • Latest update on managing diabetes in pregnancy.
  • Update on latest research in immunotherapy and Type 1 Diabetes intervention trials.
  • Managing patients with Addison's disease and Adrenal insufficiency 
  • Update on management of Neuro-Endocrine tumours
  • How to manage common endocrine conditions in real life clinical practice?

Who should attend? 

  • Any member of the MDT team caring for people with diabetes and endocrine conditions
  • Consultants and trainees in diabetes & endocrinology
  • General physicians and GPs with an interest in diabetes & endocrinology
  • Specialist nurses in diabetes & endocrinology
  • Dietitians and allied HCPs with an interest in diabetes & endocrinology
  • All HCPs wishing to learn more about the challenges and opportunities relating to management of diabetes & endocrine conditions


Event taxonomy: 
Clinical taxonomy: 
Type 1 diabetes mellitus, Type 2 diabetes mellitus

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