HSJ Diabetes forum

The first HSJ National Diabetes Forum will bring together the entire diabetes community – including senior national and regional figures, clinicians, managers and patient advocates – to share practical solutions to achieving national priorities, including: type 2 prevention, improving access to diabetes professionals, enhancing supported self management, exploring further the opportunities for remission and increasing use of digital to improve care.

The new HSJ National Diabetes Forum is part of the HSJ Clinical Policy Series. The series reflects current national priorities from the long-term plan and will support attendees to take the national policy and translate it into practical actions to improve outcomes in their area.

Hear from high profile speakers
Hear analysis from those responsible for shaping national policy and gain practical advice from those who are leading the way in delivering it locally. Discuss the future of diabetes prevention, treatment and care with experts in technology and practice.
Who should attend?
The forum will bring together the entire diabetes community – including senior national and regional figures, clinicians, managers and patient advocates. You will network with people facing the same challenges as you and learn from people who are leading the way in trialling new approaches.
Partnership opportunities
A vital part of the forum will be the input from organisations with solutions to support the delivery of national diabetes priorities, and those who wish to drive the national strategy. Demonstrate thought leadership, network with the most senior stakeholders in the diabetes community and influence the national and local decision-makers.

HSJ Clinical Policy Series

Translating national policy into improved outcomes at a local level

The HSJ Clinical Policy Series of one-day forums allow you to translate the national perspective into your own work locally. Each forum is focused on a specific clinical priority: mental health, cardiology, diabetes, respiratory and cancer. Through debates and discussions, presentations and case studies; each forum provides you with practical solutions and ideas to achieve national aims at a local level.

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