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Managing Type 1 Diabetes, Exercise and Diet National Networking Forum
 When: Thursday, February 27, 2020
 Where: Hotel Football, Manchester
 Timing: Registration 8:30 AM | Start 9:00 AM | Close 4:50 PM
 Public Sector Price: £149+VAT before Friday 17th January; £209+VAT after Friday 17th January
What is it about?

This one day NHS networking conference will focus on the practicalities for supporting your type 1 diabetes patients’ with their diet and exercise challenges. You will hear from leading Dieticians, Diabetologists and Diabetes Specialist Nurses to learn how teams from across the country manage diet and exercise in patients with type 1 diabetes through presentations and interactive discussion sessions focussing on:

  • High intensity versus low intensity exercise for T1D

  • Making appropriate adjustments to insulin after exercise  

  • Explore the impact of replenishment post exercise for patients with T1 diabetes

  • Working collaboratively with your patients to improve their diabetes and exercise management

  • How can technology aid you in supporting your patients with diabetes?

  • Exercise and CGM/Flash GM: utilising trend arrows and applying corrections

  • Patient experience: Discover the real-life experience of managing diet and exercise with T1 diabetes

  • Measure and assess the impact of protein shakes and supplements for patients with T1D

  • Managing diet and diabetes for children: working collaboratively with families

  • Explore the impact of low carbohydrate diets for patients with T1 diabetes

By focusing on how to encourage your patients to eat a healthy balanced diet and to be active, as well as supporting patients’ challenges including liquid and low carb diets, competitive exercise, keeping blood glucose in target range and managing diabetes before, during and after exercise, you will take away a wealth of knowledge which will enable you to make a change in your role.



What will you take away?

This conference follows on from Advancing Insulin Pump and Sensor Technology National Networking Forum in September 2019 but will focus on managing diet and exercise for patients with type 1 diabetes. Take a look at how attendees described the conference:

 

Excellent content and delivery, very clinically relevant, up-to-date and topical”

 

“A good overview of diabetes technologies in use and how teams are using them”

 

“Excellent overview, diabetes technologies are advancing so quickly, HCPs need the opportunity to keep up with the demand for this”

Your confirmed speaker line-up for the day:
  • Helen Brown, Specialist Diabetes Dietitian and Insulin Pump Educator, Cambridge University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust
  • Penelope Britt, Diabetes Specialist Dietitian University Hospital Southampton NHS Foundation Trust, University Hospital Southampton NHS Foundation Trust
  • Rob Andrews, Associate Professor of Diabetes and Endocrinology, University of Exeter Medical School
  • Nusrat Kausar, NHS Diabetes Dietitian, Freelance Dietitian in Sports and Exercise Nutrition
  • Catarina Leal, Dietitian, Birmingham Women's and Children's NHS Foundation Trust
  • Anita Beckwith, Clinical Lead Dietitian (Diabetes), King's College Hospital NHS Foundation Trust
  • Manyee Lil, Specialist Dietitian in Diabetes/Sport & Exercise Medicine, University Hospitals Birmingham NHS Foundation Trust, University Hospitals Birmingham NHS Foundation Trust

For more details about the speakers visit the News board

8.30 Registration, refreshments and networking
9.00 Chair’s opening remarks
Rob Andrews, Associate Professor of Diabetes and Endocrinology, University of Exeter Medical School
Diabetes management pre, post and during exercise
9.20 Case study: High intensity versus low intensity exercise for T1D
   Practicalities of managing diabetes before exercise: what could you recommend to patients?
   Post exercise tips: what can be done to reduce the risk of hypoglycaemia after exercise
   Explore the impact of high intensity exercise on blood glucose: what can be do for exercise including HITT and rugby
   How has advancing technology and knowledge improved the management of diabetes during exercise?
Rob Andrews, Associate Professor of Diabetes and Endocrinology, University of Exeter Medical School
9.50 Case study: Making appropriate adjustments to insulin after exercise
   What pump adjustments can be made post exercise?
   Muscle recovery and diabetes: what guidance should be followed?
   Post exercise meals: impact on the reduction of hypoglycaemia
Penelope Britt, Diabetes Specialist Dietitian, University Hospital Southampton NHS Foundation Trust
10.20 Networking break
10.50 Explore the impact of replenishment post exercise for patients with T1 diabetes
   Best practice advice for replenishment: what is the impact on blood glucose?
   Assess the data: what are you looking for?
   Patient case studies: practicalities of replenishment
Helen Brown, Specialist Diabetes Dietitian and Insulin Pump Educator, Cambridge University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust
11.20 Discussion session: Working collaboratively with your patients to improve their diabetes and exercise management
Share your best practice experiences of diabetes management pre, post or during exercise plus reflect on the mornings presentations, ask questions and build an action plan which you can implement to drive forward diabetes diet and exercise management in your patients.
How can technology support T1D diet and exercise?
11.50 Spotlight presentations: How can technology aid you in supporting your patients with diabetes?
12.20 Networking lunch
1.30 Exercise and Continuous Glucose Monitoring: utilising trend arrows and applying corrections
   Explore the impact that CGM can have on exercise management for your patients
   Practicalities of adjusting insulin dosage using trend arrows: what do you need to know?
   Retrospectively analysing your patients data and making recommendations for the future
Nusrat Kausar, NHS Diabetes Dietitian, Freelance Dietitian in Sports and Exercise Nutrition
Explore the impact of diet on exercise
2.00 Measure and assess the impact of protein shakes and supplements for patients with T1D
   How can you support patients who are using supplements for recovery post exercise
   Helping your patients to achieve their fitness goals: when and how can protein powders be used?
   Guiding your patients to ensure they are eating a balanced diet appropriate for their T1D
Manyee Lil, Specialist Dietitian in Diabetes/Sport & Exercise Medicine, University Hospitals Birmingham NHS Foundation Trust
2.30 Networking break
Achieving a balanced diet for your patients
2.50 Managing diet and diabetes for children at Birmingham Women's and Children's NHS Foundation Trust
   Managing high fat high protein meals and assessing audit results
   Exercise management and how to individualise advice utilising a calculator developed for the service
   Utilising individualised data for residential trips and P.E. at school
Catarina Leal, Dietitian, Birmingham Women's and Children's NHS Foundation Trust
3.20 Explore the impact of low carbohydrate diets for patients with T1 diabetes
   What is the effect of low carb diets on patients’ exercise ability?
   How to support your patients who are reducing their carbohydrate intake
   Determine the risk of hypoglycaemia and performance for low carb diets
Anita Beckwith, Clinical Lead Dietitian (Diabetes), King's College Hospital NHS Foundation Trust
3.50 Chair's closing remarks
4.20 Close of day
Spaces are filling up fast for this exciting conference, see below for a breakdown of some of the current job titles and organisations joining us:

Associate Professor of Diabetes and Endocrinology
Clinical Lead Dietitian
Consultant
Consultant Diabetologist
Consultant Endocrinologist
Consultant in Diabetes & Endocrinology
Diabetes Dietitian
Diabetes Specialist Dietitian
Diabetes Specialist Dietitian & DAFNE Educator
Diabetes Specialist Nurse
Diabetes Specialist Nurse/Midwife
Paediatric Diabetes Dietitian
Paediatric Dietitian
Senior Specialist Diabetes Dietitian
Specialist Diabetes Dietitian and Insulin Pump Educator
Specialist Dietitian in Diabetes/Sport & Exercise Medicine
Speciality Doctor
Territory Manager
UK Country Manager


Abbott

East Cheshire NHS Trust
Blackpool Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust
Northern Care Alliance
Hull University Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust
NHS Tayside
North East Essex Diabetes Service (NEEDS)
Hull University Teaching University NHS Trust
Mid Essex Hospital Services NHS Trust
Gloucestershire Hospital NHS Foundation Trust
University Hospitals Coventry and Warwickshire NHS Trust

Diabetes UK

JDRF
Maidstone and Tunbridge Wells NHS Trust
Manchester University NHS Foundation Trust
NHS ENGLAND
Bolton NHS Foundation Trust
NHS Wales
Manchester University NHS Trust
Lancashire Teaching Hospital NHS Foundation Trust
ViCentra Ltd
Poole Hospital NHS Foundation Trust
Cambridge University NHS Trust
Wigan, Wrightington and Leigh NHS Trust
Homerton University Hospital NHS Foundation Trust
University of Exeter Medical School
King’s College Hospital NHS Foundation Trust
University Hospital Southampton NHS Foundation Trust
Cambridge University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust
The Leeds Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust
Birmingham Women's and Children's NHS Foundation Trust
University Hospitals Birmingham NHS Foundation Trust
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Pricing Structure
  • NHS and Public Sector Price: £149+VAT before Friday 17th January 2020
  • NHS and Public Sector Price: £209+VAT after Friday 17th January 2020
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