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Diabetes Virtual Clinics in Practice

Innovative models shared: how to set up your clinic and interpret downloads

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Who should attend?

Diabetes Professionals


Excellent overview of diabetes virtual clinics in practice

With clinics turning more and more to delivering virtual rather than face to face clinics, this annual conference is a brilliant opportunity for diabetes and pump services to get up to date with the different approaches and identify how to make virtual clinics work – in practice – in your service.

Meet the growing demand on your diabetes service

In this time of increasing pump therapy and clinics at full capacity, this conference will investigate the different models of virtual clinics and how services can deliver to meet this growing demand. By sharing real evidence and practical examples, this conference will identify the impact virtual clinics can have on every day service. Featuring:

• Innovative clinic developments: implementation and impact of skype consultations
• Different approaches explored: benchmark your virtual clinic understanding
• Developing download understanding: data interpretation and experiences
• Useful education platforms: MyDiabetesMyWay, coproduction and WhatsApp™
• How to set up your virtual clinic: staffing, capacity and outcomes investigated

Keep up with the developments in innovative service delivery


EARLY BIRD Before 20th July - £149 plus VAT | After 20th July - £199 plus VAT


Nichola Cadwallader

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