On Demand Webinar: Facing up to Challenges to diabetes services post Covid

This is the third ABCD webinar in a series of four.

In this webinar, the focus will be the challenges facing diabetes services as they adapt to life after Covid. The ABCD risk stratification model and the thought that went into it will be discussed along with a talk about how technology may help in the recovery process.

This 30 minute presentation will be delivered by Pratik Choudhary, during the presentation you will be able to post questions for our Q&A session after the talk.

This event is approved by the Federation of the Royal Colleges of Physicians of the United Kingdom for category 1 external CPD credit for 1 hour and a CPD certificate can be obtained after the event by completing a short evaluation.

Dr Dipesh PatelSpeaker: Dr Pratik Choudhary

DTN-UK Chair

Dr Pratik Choudhary is Professor of Diabetes at the University of Leicester, having joined there recently after 15 years at King’s College London. He has clinical and research interests into the mechanisms and management of hypoglycemia unawareness and the use of education and technology, especially new insulin pumps and continuous glucose monitors in the management of diabetes. He is work-package lead for the Hypo-RESOLVE consortium within that is PI of a large multinational study evaluating the biological and psychosocial impacts of sensor detected hypoglycaemia. He is chair of the Diabetes Technology Network – UK, medical advisor to the Department of Transport, associate editor for Diabetic Medicine and member of the EASD Post Graduate education committee.

Dr Umesh DashoraSession Chair: Dr Dinesh Nagi

ABCD Ex-Officio Chair

Dinesh Nagi is a Consultant Physician with interests in diabetes & endocrinology at the Mid Yorkshire NHS Trust, based at Edna Coates Diabetes and Endocrine Unit Pinderfields Hospital. He was clinical lead in Diabetes & Endocrinology at the MYT between 2002 and 2011. He served as a member of The RCP Council representing Diabetes UK, Association of British Clinical Diabetologist (ABDC) and Society of Endocrinology. His other major interests are around service developments in Diabetes having lead the development and implementation of the Innovative Redesign of Diabetes service supporting primary Care. He is outgoing clinical Lead and Director of Wakefield and North Kirklees Eye screening programme for last 10 years. He has long term interest in application of exercise and sports in Type1 and Type 2 Diabetes. He was appointed to the Chair of Association of British Clinical Diabetologists (ABCD) in May 2017.

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