Diabetes Professional Care 2015’s Show-stopping Show Features

Diabetes Professional Care 2015, the two-day, free-to-attend, CPD accredited conference boasts a range of highly anticipated show features for healthcare professionals and scientists.

This multi-stream conference will be held on 11 & 12 November 2015 at the Barbican Exhibition Centre, London. Visitors will see the latest diabetes technology, hear the newest thinking and research whilst networking with like-minded professionals and industry experts, such as Neubourg Pharma, iHealth, Abbott Diabetes Care, Bayer, MSD and Team Blood Glucose.

Digital Health Kitchen

Diabetes Professional Care 2015 has partnered with The Digital Health Kitchen, the authoritative body which focuses on the design and innovation of current and emerging digital health technologies, to showcase the most ground-breaking solutions for treating and managing diabetes.

Led by Professor Nicholas S Peters of London’s Imperial College, six start up companies will present their research, products, solutions and services to the diabetes community. Innovators, such as Smartsensor Telemed, Slow Control and Proteus Digital Health, will be exhibiting on the Digital Health Kitchen stand to demonstrate the latest technologies bringing together healthier lifestyles, positive user-experiences and high value solutions.

Nicholas S Peters, Digital Health Kitchen founder and Professor at Imperial College London comments: “We are proud and excited to be partnering with Diabetes Professional Care in showcasing technological innovations in the field. The vision of the Conference Directors in making Diabetes Professional Care 2015 inclusive of innovators, leaders, policy makers, commissioners, providers and deliverers of diabetes healthcare makes this a unique forum that will have important impact and influence in the field. The inclusivity of Diabetes Professional Care is the basis for our partnership and is aligned with our philosophy at Digital Health Kitchen - that it’s not about the technologies as such, but about their effectiveness in transforming the lives of our patients, their carers and the healthcare system.”

The Diabetes Village

Diabetes Professional Care 2015 will be providing an exclusive area for healthcare professionals and scientists to network with fellow industry professionals and reflect on content from the programme. This will allow like-minded individuals to share ideas and information, further building relationships across the diabetes field, whilst enjoying a complimentary drink.

The Live Debate

During an interactive debate, with live voting, visitors will see a host of health care professionals argue that their work has the greatest potential for tackling the diabetes epidemic in the UK. The debate, entitled ‘Which single intervention will be most effective in tackling the diabetes epidemic in the UK?’ will be chaired by Hon Stephen Dorrell, former Secretary of State for Health and Chair of House of Commons Health Select Committee, with a round up by Roy Lilley, Health Analyst.

Toby Baker, Event Director at Diabetes Professional Care 2015 comments: “It is extremely exciting to be able to provide healthcare professionals and scientists with so many features that will add value to the Diabetes Professional Care 2015 experience. Our partnership with The Digital Health Kitchen perfectly demonstrates this offering opportunities to see the latest innovative solutions in the treatment and management of diabetes!”

The conference will also feature keynote presentations, workshops and case studies from more than 100 leading industry speakers. To ensure the needs of the industry are being met, all content has been selected and developed by healthcare professionals for healthcare professionals and scientists. Throughout the conference there will be a strong focus on patient empowerment through education and self management, in addition to new technologies and diagnostics. Diabetes Professional Care 2015 takes place 11 & 12 November at the Barbican Exhibition Centre, London.

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