Conference on Diabetes at Bristol and Weston-super-Mare, 14-15 April 2012

This came from the CHAIN mailing list of which I’m a member. There are several CHAINs within the list and within that it’s further divided again. It stands for Contact, Help, Advice and Information Network and is for anyone working in health and social care related fields. http://chain.ulcc.ac.uk/chain/index.html

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@JoBrodie

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Dear CHAIN member,

 

CHAIN member Arun Baksi has asked us to draw your attention to the following event.  Please pass on as appropriate.  Thank you.

 

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Bristol and Weston-super-Mare Conference on Diabetes

Asking and attempting to answer some searching questions

In collaboration with

Severn Deanery and Practical Diabetes

Aztec Hotel, Bristol

14th and 15th April 2012

Conference Chairman: Prof Davinder Sandhu, Post Graduate Dean, Severn Deanery

Aims: To ask searching questions about the current plans for the provision of diabetes care and how delivery of care will be monitored. It will also seek to clarify how best the voice of people with diabetes and their families will be heard.

Who should attend?

This conference is designed for those who are interested and involved in the provision of care for diabetes, and those who are involved in its planning and management. It will be multi-disciplinary in its appeal, content and discussion.

Please see attached for further information.

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