Diabetes Core (Type 2)



28th March 2017




Training clinical pharmacists to better manage Diabetes in GP Practices

Our interactive workshops will combine expert speakers and sharing of best practice by our clinical pharmacist facilitators who are conducting Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus related services in their own practices.

These meetings have been fully funded by Napp Pharmaceutical Ltd in partnership with Janssen-Cilag Ltd.

The agenda was developed by Soar Beyond in conjunction with Napp Pharmaceutical Ltd. Soar Beyond has paid the speaker honoraria on behalf of Napp Pharmaceutical Ltd.


Dr Syed Gillani

With a special interest in the development of a risk-driven integrated diabetes care delivery model in a fragmented NHS, Syed is also a GP, a Senior Lecturer at the University of Wolverhampton, a Senior Research Fellow in Diabetes at New Cross Hospital Wolverhampton and a Clinical Champion at Diabetes UK.

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Elizabeth Hackett

Working as principal pharmacist for the Leicestershire Medicines Information Service, Elizabeth has a passion for Diabetes and is a Diabetes Clinical Champion for Diabetes UK and is a member of the UKCPA Diabetes committee

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Bharat Patel

A Clinical Mentor for the NHSE General Practice Pharmacists Training Pathway, Bharat is an experienced practice pharmacist in Walsall following an extensive career as Head of Medicines Management

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The workshop will focus on ‘insight’ in the morning and on ‘implementation’ the afternoon. The day has been structured to allow plenty of networking time and activities.


There will be a follow webinar to build on the momentum from the workshop.

Workshop attendees will be eligible to participate in the interactive webinar.

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PHGB/VOK/1016/0011c – Date of Preparation November 2016

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