13 October 2017, NEC Birmingham
Highlighting the benefits of regular exercise for people with type 1 diabetes
This impactful training programme is run exclusively for healthcare professionals including Diabetologists, Diabetes Specialist Nurses, Dietitians, Paediatricians, Sports Physicians and Registrars in training. It was as created after a 2013 JDRF survey found that 36% of people living with type 1 diabetes viewed exercising to be a challenge. The programme will help healthcare professionals to provide education and support around exercise and nutrition to their patients living with type 1 diabetes.
This event will bring together 300 healthcare professionals for the day to hear expert speakers such as Dr Rob Andrews, Dr Ian Gallen and Dr Parth Narendren deliver the programme, and hold sessions on topics including sports nutrition and type 1 diabetes, diabetes technology and exercise. An interactive course syllabus will be available for delegates to view throughout the day on the conference app, compatible with both android and iPhones, and course materials will be available for download after the conference.
Why you should attend:
- Develop your knowledge
- Learn new ideas to take back into practice
- Facilitate better health outcomes for your patients
- Network with colleagues and peers
- Meet exhibitors and find out about the latest technologies
- Earn CPD credits for attending
View the conference programme
View the full conference programme that includes speakers on the physiology of exercise, practical skills for managing blood sugars and a series of workshops on topics from nutrition for type 1 and exercise to the latest insulin pump technology.
How to register
Delegate fees start at £45. To book your place, visit the EXTOD-PEAK conference website. The conference starts at 9.30am.
Partners and supporters
The NEC, North Avenue, Marston Green, Birmingham B40 1NT