Currently being rescheduled
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 educational meetings have been fully funded by Napp Pharmaceuticals Limited and organised by Soar Beyond. The agenda was developed by Soar Beyond in conjunction with Napp. Soar Beyond and the i2i Network faculty have developed the presentations independently from Napp but Napp have checked them for factual accuracy.
Philip Newland-Jones is a Consultant Pharmacist in Diabetes and Endocrinology and is the Clinical Director of the Diabetes and Endocrine service at University Hospitals Southampton NHS Foundation Trust. He is a member of the UKCPA Diabetes and Endocrinology Committee, the Joint British Diabetes Societies (JBDS-IP) Committee, and the Centre of Perioperative Care (CPOC) diabetes working group. At Southampton he is the clinical lead for type 1 diabetes and as an interest in severe insulin resistance.Read Bio
Maria is a Consultant Pharmacist in Renal and Transplantation at the University Hospitals of Leicester NHS Trust. She leads innovative services for renal patients, including pharmacy-led transplant, obstetric/renal, pre-transplant medication work-up and adherence clinics. She works with complex patient groups, promoting medicines optimisation and patient self-management. This includes her work with young adults with chronic kidney disease or a transplant and the renal/HIV population.Read Bio
Ghazanfar is an Advanced Pharmacist Practitioner in Telford and for Dudley CCG, with a background in community and primary care. Having graduated from Aston University with honours, Ghazanfar further segmented his clinical skills by completing courses in Non-medical Prescribing and Advanced Clinical Practice.Read Bio
The workshop will focus on ‘insight’ in the morning and on ‘implementation’ in the afternoon. The day has been structured to allow plenty of networking time and activities.
UK/DIA-18094(1) – Date of Preparation January 2020
This workshop has already taken place.