CPPE: Type 2 diabetes – focal point 46427
Wednesday, 7 March, 2018 19:30 – 21:15
Holiday Inn, London Road, Ipswich, IP2 0UA
There are a number of different medicines available to people with type 2 diabetes and it can be hard to support a patient to make an informed choice when presented with a variety of treatment options. As a pharmacy professional you can help by using your consultations skills to identify and prioritise the issues that are most important to your patient.
How confident would you be to recommend new therapeutic options?
Do you know the differences between the gliptins, the glitazones, the gliflozins and the glucagon-like peptides?
If the answer is not a confident yes, then this workshop is for you! Book your place today!
The CPPE Type 2 diabetes focal point workshop will introduce you to a variety of options in blood glucose lowering agents and show you how to provide individualised care for your patient. This workshop will give you the opportunity to work through case studies and clinical scenarios and allow you to develop your knowledge of this complex condition and the treatment recommendations set out in the current NICE guidelines.1
The workshop will start at 7.30pm and end at 9.15pm. There will be a buffet and refreshments from 7pm.
[NB this focal point contains videos so the event will run for 1 hour 45 minutes].
To book: Log into www.cppe.ac.uk and scroll down the home page to book on to a workshop. Alternatively you can phone 0161 778 4000 during office hours. It is helpful if you can quote event reference 46427 and have your GPhC number to hand. Or use the link below.
These events are free of charge and are open to pharmacists, pharmacy technicians and preregistration pharmacists from all pharmacy sectors.
Connect with others attending this CPPE workshop and share your experiences and photos from the event on Twitter using the hashtag #CPPEdiabetes.
1. National Institute for Health and Care Excellence. Type 2 diabetes in adults: management (NG28). 2016.
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