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Advancing Insulin Pump and Sensor Technology National Networking Forum
 When: Thursday, September 26, 2019
 Where: Birmingham City Football Ground, Birmingham
 Timing: Registration 8:30 AM | Start 9:00 AM | Close 4:30 PM
 Public Sector Price: £209 + VAT
Keep up-to-date with new technology advances and the latest developments

When technology for the management of Type 1 Diabetes is moving faster than many healthcare professionals can keep up with, and increasing numbers of patients are being referred onto pumps, this one day NHS networking conference will encompass technology updates and clinical guidance. You will leave with case study examples and practical skills to confident advocate and use advanced insulin pump and sensor technology in your diabetes service.

Train your team, improve patient competencies and interpret data downloads

This progressive NHS conference has been specially designed for those, working in Type 1 diabetes, who are looking to optimise patient’s assessment and management of diabetes and would like to gain awareness of what is available to NHS patients and how they can support their patients with the latest technology including DIY systems. Featuring:

What’s new in pump and sensor technology? Explore the latest developments and assess how your service can incorporate them

Keeping up with T1D technology advancements: discover the progression of Flash Glucose Monitoring, Continuous Glucose Monitoring, Insulin Pumps and Closed Loop systems

Utilising innovative support tools: make use of the latest apps

Engaging and empowering your patients: developing training and competency programmes for your T1D patients

Improving staff competencies: ensuring your team have the knowledge and confidence to support patients with technology advances

Building technology support into your clinics: explore data downloads and the viability of virtual clinics

By taking one-day out to get up-to-date on the latest insulin pump and sensor technology advances, you will return to your role with the confidence to support technology progression in your service.


Come together with NHS colleagues from across the country to benchmark your service, share your first-hand experiences and hear from experts in the field:
  • Mark Evans, Honorary Consultant Physician, Cambridge University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust
  • Caroline Byrne, Diabetes Specialist Nurse, Cambridge University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust
  • Kelly Cheer, Consultant Physician/Dialectologist/Endocrinologist, Manchester University NHS Foundation Trust
  • Alasdair McLay, Patient Representative, and DIY Closed Looper
  • June Murphy, Diabetes Pump Nurse Specialist, University Hospital Southampton NHS Foundation Trust
  • Muhammad Karamat, Consultant Physician, University Hospitals Birmingham NHS Foundation Trust
  • Vicky Elliott, Clinical Psychologist in Paediatrics, South Warwickshire NHS Foundation Trust
  • Kelly Cheer, Consultant Physician (Diabetes & Endocrinology), Manchester University NHS Foundation Trust
  • Barbara Hudson, Diabetes Clinical Nurse Specialist, University Hospitals Birmingham NHS Foundation Trust

For more details about the speakers visit the News board

8.30 Registration, refreshments and networks
9.00 Chair’s opening remarks
Mark Evans, Honorary Consultant Physician, Cambridge University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust
WHAT’S NEW IN PUMP AND SENSOR TECHNOLOGY?
9.10 Keynote: Explore what’s new and what is coming up in type 1 diabetes technology
   Evidenced overview of current pumps, CGM and sensors
   Insight into new software, closed loop and automated insulin delivery
   Keeping up-to-date: implementing advancing technology into your service
Mark Evans, Honorary Consultant Physician, Cambridge University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust
KEEPING UP WITH T1D TECHNOLOGY ADVANCEMENTS
9.40 Clinical update: Advancing your management of Flash Glucose Monitoring
   Discover what’s new with Flash Glucose Monitoring: ensuring you are competent to support patients in your service
   Analysing data downloads: get to grips with the AGP and trend arrows
   Utilising clinic time to improve patient education and management of their diabetes
Muhammad Karamat, Consultant Physician, University Hospitals Birmingham NHS Foundation Trust
10.10 Networking break
10.40 Case study: Implementing and supporting patients on Continuous Glucose Monitoring (CGM) pumps
   Implementing CGM progression into your service: overcoming your challenges and improving practice
   Assessing the impact of CGM for T1D patients: the realities of the technology and supporting your patients
   Utilising ‘virtual clinics’ to support your patients with CGM
Caroline Byrne, Diabetes Specialist Nurse, Cambridge University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust
11.10 Case study: Developing your Insulin Pump Service in line with technological advances
   How will your service need to be developed to keep up with fast changing technology improvements?
   Overcoming the common barriers: device availability, integration into care and competencies of staff and patients
   A look to the future: how will your insulin pump service continue to develop?
Kelly Cheer, Consultant Physician (Diabetes & Endocrinology), Manchester University NHS Foundation Trust
11.40 Live technology demonstrations: Explore the latest advances and discover how new technology can progress diabetes management
This is your opportunity to find out what’s new on the market, how you can access the new technologies for your patients and what support is available to you to improve your education and competency.
12.10 Networking lunch
1.20 Afternoon chair’s opening remarks
Kelly Cheer, Consultant Physician/Dialectologist/Endocrinologist, Manchester University NHS Foundation Trust
UTILISING INNOVATIVE SUPPORT TOOLS
1.30 Patient perspective: Explore the journey of DIY closed looping
   Insight into the history and current use of closed loop systems: overcoming the challenges
   Using a closed loop system comprising an insulin pump, a CGM and a smartphone App
   Patient experience: lessons learnt and opportunities for others
Alasdair McLay, Patient Representative and DIY Closed Looper
2.00 Discussion session: How can you support your patients safely with their DIY or unregistered devices?
Utilise this interactive session to voice your concern and get best practice advice from your colleagues across the country. Ensure that you have the correct and current information to fully support and advise your patients about unregistered devices including apps, MiaoMiao and DIY Closed Loop Systems, within the legal boundaries.
ENGAGING AND MOTIVATING YOUR PATIENTS
2.20 Empowering your patients with their T1 diabetes management: educating on new technology
   Motivating your patients to explore new technology for their diabetes management
   Building confidence in new devices: providing the appropriate education and proving competency
   Overcoming the fear of technology: what can you do to put your patients at ease?
Vicky Elliott, Clinical Psychologist in Paediatrics, South Warwickshire NHS Foundation Trust
2.50 Networking break
IMPROVING STAFF COMPETENCIES
3.10 Pump and sensor education: delivering appropriate training and improving your competency
   Drive forward a confident approach to new technology in your diabetes clinics
   Keeping up-to-date with training and education for the changing technology landscape
   Discover new ways to build your competence alongside fast developing technology
June Murphy, Diabetes Pump Nurse Specialist, University Hospital Southampton NHS Foundation Trust
BUILDING TECHNOLOGY SUPPORT INTO YOUR CLINICS
3.40 Ensure patients are fully supported with technological advancements
   How to improve technology support: clinics, education and competencies
   Practicalities of virtual data interpretation: overcoming the barriers
   Measuring the outcomes: capacity, clinic time and patient experiences
Barbara Hudson, Diabetes Clinical Nurse Specialist, University Hospitals Birmingham NHS Foundation Trust
4.10 Chair’s closing remarks
4.30 Close of day
Last held in England in June 2017, ‘Insulin Pump Service Development National Networking Forum’ was described as “Fantastic! It covered all important topics very nicely with lots of interactive sessions and time for Q&A”, “Great networking event for sharing good practice” and “Well organised meeting with good content and speakers”. This conference was attended by:

Associate Brand Manager

Associate Specialist

Clinical Training Manager

Community Engagement Coordinator

Community Engagement Officer

Consultant

Consultant Diabetologist

Consultant Physician

Consultant Physician Acute Medicine and Endocrinology

Consultant Physician, Endocrinologist & Diabetologist

Consultant, Diabetes and Endocrinology

Diabetes and Endocrine Consultant

Diabetes GP Lead

Diabetes Specialist Dietitian

Diabetes Specialist Nurse

Diabetes Specialist Nurse - Adults

Healthcare Engagement Manager

Insulin Pump Lead (DSN)

Lead Specialist Nurse for Outreach Diabetes Services

Marketing Lead

National Sales Manager

Paediatric Team Leader/ Paediatric Diabetes Dietitian

Senior Clinical Fellow in Paediatrics & Paediatric Diabetes

Senior Diabetes Specialist Nurse

Senior Dietician

Senior Territory Manager

‎Territory Manager

UK/Ireland Sales Manager

Wales National Insulin Pump Coordinator

Abbott Diabetes Care

Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board

Blackpool Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust

Bolton NHS Foundation Trust

Cambridge University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust

Cardiff and Vale University Health Board

Cellnovo

Countess of Chester Hospital NHS Foundation Trust

Diabetes UK

Diasend AB

East Lancashire Hospitals NHS Trust

Glooko

Gloucestershire Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust

Hampshire Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust

Hounslow CCG

Hull University Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust

JDRF

King's College Hospital NHS Foundation Trust

Lancashire Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust

Manchester University NHS Foundation Trust

North West Anglia NHS Foundation Trust

Royal Cornwall Hospitals NHS Trust

Royal Free London NHS Foundation Trust

Stockport NHS Foundation Trust

University Hospitals of North Midlands NHS Trust

Walsall Healthcare NHS Trust

West Hertfordshire Hospitals NHS Trust

Pricing Structure
  • £209 + VAT - NHS or Public Sector for one place
  • £699 + VAT - Commercial Organisation for one place
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