The event began with a presentation by our Clinical Lead, Dr Justin Warner, Paediatric Endocrinologist and Honorary Senior Lecturer, Children’s Hospital for Wales, Cardiff.
Justin spoke about international perspectives in paediatric diabetes and gave an update on audit activities.
Improved results in Swedish paediatric diabetes care - Dr Lena Hanberger, Senior Lecturer, Department of Medical and Health Sciences, Linköping University, Sweden
RCPCH diabetes quality improvement strategy – progress so far -Sue Eardley, Head of Invited Reviews, RCPCH and Kasia Muszynska, Quality Improvement Manager, RCPCH
Improving clinical outcomes: the Wye Valley experience - Mark Weston, Paediatric Diabetes Clinical Nurse Specialist Wye Valley NHS Trust and colleagues
Empowering type 1 diabetes patients to self-manage by embracing the digital landscape of Diasend - John Pemberton, Paediatric Diabetes Dietitian, Birmingham Children’s Hospital
Cook and Eat Exeter: carbohydrate counting in real life - a novel way to embed structured dietary education into clinical practice - Maria Leveridge, Paediatric Diabetes Specialist Dietitian, Royal Devon & Exeter Foundation NHS Trust
Recognising and managing eating disorders in children and young people with type 1 diabetes - Aisling Piggot, Paediatric Diabetes Dietitian, University Hospital of Wales
Insulin omission for weight loss: my story - Lynsey Choules, Patient Representative
NPDA National Conference 2017 presentations - themes included data driven improvement, improvement through engagement and improvement through innovation