Welcome to the home page of the North Europe Young Diabetologists (NEYD) meeting
What is NEYD?
NEYD is a small friendly research meeting. It provides an opportunity for young diabetes researchers (like yourself!) to present their research (including research in progress) to peers from other North European countries. NEYD is the successor to Anglo-Dutch-Danish Diabetes Group.
Do you want to understand the experiences and views of people who use your services?
Diabetes UK are hosting free workshops for NHS staff to introduce practical approaches that will help you engage the right people in ways that are proven to work.
· Tuesday 18 March 2014 – BVSC, Birmingham, B5 6DR (10am–3pm)
· Wednesday 26 March 2014 – Euston, London, NW1 2EZ (10am–3pm)
The Northern Ireland Young Diabetologists & Endocrinologists' Forum Meeting wil be held on the 4th and 5th April 2014 at Slieve Donard Hotel, Newcastle County Down. This YDEF event follows on the success of YDF Scotland (since 2009) and YDF Wales (since 2011) and is now in it's third year.
A series of events which are being arranged through a collaboration between the Royal Society of Medicine, King's College Hospital, Guy's and St. Thomas' Trust and Diabetes UK which are designed for Patients with Diabetes - Families and Carers of Diabetic Patients are also invited to attend.
Healthcare practitioners, clinicians and providers are also welcome to attend these events.
The flyer for the event is available here.
Are you interested in clinical research that makes a difference to patient care?
Do you wish to work in a productive and happy research unit?
There are a number of opportunities within the Ipswich Diabetes Research Unit for enquiring Specialist Registrar clinicians to undertake research fellowships for higher degrees. The Unit has an excellent track record in innovative clinical research including innovations in inpatient diabetes care and diabetic neuropathy.
Sign up for two free webinars from healthcare professionals recognised by the Quality in Care (QiC) Diabetes awards programme for their work in improving patient care in diabetes.
Please join us for the second improving patient care webinar on Thursday February 6 from 1-2pm UK time and don’t forget to sign up to the first webinar in the series, which takes place on Wednesday January 29, also from 1-2pm.
Researchers led by Prof John Wilding, Prof Kevin Hardy and Prof Sarah O’Brien at the University of Liverpool would like healthcare professionals caring for diabetes patients such as consultants, GPs, speciality registrars, diabetes specialist nurses and dieticians to give up two minutes of their time to complete a questionnaire that will help to improve understanding of current practice related to screening for obstructive sleep apnoea in Type 2 diabetes.
Sign up for a Postgraduate Diabetes Qualification with BMJ and University of Leicester
BMJ and University of Leicester are currently accepting applications for the April 2014 intake of their award winning online Postgraduate Qualifications. Students that sign up to the Postgraduate Certificate and Postgraduate Diploma will also receive additional educational benefits from BMJ, worth over £250, including access to over 600 BMJ Learning CPD/CME modules, access to BMJ Best Practice and 15% off a subscription to BMJ Quality. Find out more and apply online here: http://diabetesonline.bmj.com
Are you keen to do a PhD in clinical and translational diabetes? Or do you have a PhD and an NTN and you’re looking for a great environment to be a clinical lecturer?
Dundee is one of the leading centres for diabetes research in the UK, with the Diabetes Research Centre consisting of over 20 teams, within the College of Medicine and the College of Life Sciences. http://medicine.dundee.ac.uk/dundee-diabetes-research-centre. Our research spans from molecular biology, mouse phenotyping, human phenotyping, genetic epidemiology and pharmacogenetics. Our research interests within the college of medicine focus on: hypoglycaemia; insulin action; diabetes & alzheimers disease; drug response; and genetics of diabetes, complications and drug response.
Anna Crown and John Quin are seeking a locum Consultant in E&D/ GIM with immediate effect for a period of up to 6 months in Brighton. It would be an excellent experience with real opportunity for someone ready for Consultant life.
Masterclass in Diabetic Nephropathy: from Bench to Bedside. This event is organised by the European Diabetic Nephropathy Study Group (EASD study group) and the Royal college of Physicians.
- Are you a health professional working in diabetes?
- Would you like to develop your consultation skills?
- What can you do to help people self-manage their diabetes more effectively?
Come to the Diabetes Counselling and Empowerment Course at Knuston Hall, Northamptonshire 13 – 16 May 2014
A second revision coruse for the SCE in Endocrinology & Diabetes will take place at St Mary's Hospital, Manchester, on 15th and 15th March 2014 and is now FREE to attend!
No doubt we all find it challenging to interpret CGMS data reliably. Based on research at the International Diabetes Centre (IDC) in Minneapolis, AGP has been developed as a novel way to address this.