You are warmly invited to the European Health Innovation Collaborative Conference at Imperial College London on 22nd September 2016 which has now been accredited with 7 CPD points by the RCP.
This not-for-profit, non-promotional educational event will focus on real world advances in disease management and health technologies. There will be 60 expert speakers from UK and Europe presenting across 16 sessions. Some of you may wish to present your own research or encourage your trainees to do so. There are also great pre and post-conference events included in the price.
The aim is to offer a broad CPD programme providing compressed updates across interconnecting clinical topics including cardiology, diabetes, gastroenterology/hepatology, nursing research, oncology and. primary care.
PCM Scientific in association with Novartis are organising a live symposium on the first day of the EASD Annual Meeting in Munich (European Association for the Study of Diabetes; 12-16 September 2016. The aim of the symposium is to help healthcare professionals with an interest in diabetes to improve their clinical practice.
The symposium will be followed by a number of online ‘case study clinics’ (expert-led webinars where complex cases can be submitted for discussion).
Both the symposium and the case study clinics will be hosted by world-renowned experts in diabetes, and attendees will receive CME credits.
Take this opportunity to shape our curriculum!
Exercising our dedication to represent our members, we would like to ask you for your help in an upcoming consultation. YDEF have been invited to discuss the curriculum specifically for our transition and young adult experience. We ask you to spend 5 minutes answering a few questions to help us give a true voice for all trainees!
A free to attend lecture from the Royal Society being delivered by Professor Andrew Hattersley where he discusses the use of genetics to improve treatment of diabetes.
When: 18:30-19:30 8th September 2016
Where: Royal Society, London
Colleagues are invited to submit entries to this competition to find the best joint pharmacy and diabetes team initiative to improve insulin and prescribing safety in hospital.
The submissions will be judged against predetermined criteria, by an independent panel chaired by Rowan Hillson, and the winner will be awarded the prestigious annual Rowan Hillson insulin safety award at the ABCD Spring meeting.
Closing date: 31st January 2017
SAVE THE DATE!!
An update on lipidology and cardiovascular risk management and President's Prize
Friday 9 September 2016
Time: 1.30pm – 6.30pm
Venue: The Royal Society of Medicine, London
Receive an update and perform a critical appraisal of recent lipid modification guidelines, plus review the PCSK9 function and physiology with expert international speakers.
View the full programme and register online today: www.rsm.ac.uk/events/lig03
The results of the referendum on the proposed junior doctor contract are in:
Junior doctors (and final year medical students) voted against the implementation of the proposed contract leading to JDC committee chair Dr. Johann Malawana's resignation from his role.
The YDEF-Lilly scholarship is in it's 3rd year! This extremely popular initiative provides sponsorship for UK Diabetes and Endocrinology specialist trainees to attend the EASD.
This year EASD is in Munich 12th - 16th September 2016 www.easd.org. Thanks to Lilly we have up to 20 scholarships of £1000 for UK SpRs to attend this great international meeting.
Many thanks for all your applications! We'll be in touch with the results soon.
We at the YDEF will anonymously choose the top applicants based on a written submission. Successful SpR's will be able to claim £1000 for expenses and travel to Munich. Deadline 31st July 2016, good luck!
Supported by a grant from the Society for Endocrinology, the North West Endocrine Society is holding a free to attend Regional Clinical Cases Day on Thursday 1st December 2016 in Manchester.
The first aim of the event is to bring together the Endocrinology community throughout the North West, and further afield, for a day of education, debate and discussion. Secondly, we want to inspire students and junior trainees to consider a career in this rewarding field.
The module aims to provide health care practitioners working in the field of diabetes with comprehensive knowledge and skills essential for effective management of Continuous Subcutaneous Insulin Infusion (CSII) therapy.
When: 23rd and 24th September 2016
Where: Royal Liverpool University Hospital
Course fee: £300 (refreshments, lunch, course material)
COMPLIMENTARY registration is now open for the 17th Annual Conference of the SAHF
This high-quality educational event offers a 2-day programme designed for healthcare professionals delivering diabetes and cardiovascular disease care to the South Asian community.
When: 13th-14th October 2016
Where: National Conference Centre, Birmingham
Below are links to various guidelines freely available on the internet. This is by no means complete and links may become broken from time to time. This is mainly for use as a resource for easy access to those revising or for a quick update between clinic patients!
The clinical teaching and research fellowship at Barts and the London School of Medicine is now advertised with a closing date for applications of 17th July.
Candidates invited for interview will be notified by email or telephone immediately after shortlisting.
Interviews for shortlisted applicants will be held in London on the morning of 22nd July (with the option of the afternoon of 28th July for anyone unable to make the 22nd) Skype interviews may be arranged during these sessions for candidates who are based outside the UK.
Diabetes UK want to give healthcare professionals a louder voice in research, and ensure that the research that we and others fund takes into account your invaluable experiences.
They are searching for the research priorities of people with Type 2 diabetes, their carers and healthcare professionals
It's so important that the responses received reflect the broad remit and experience of healthcare professionals that work across diabetes, so please take part.
They want to hear about your experiences of treating people with Type 2 diabetes: please tell them the questions about Type 2 diabetes you most want answered by research.
YDEF recently represented diabetes and endocrinology trainees at the JDC meeting in London. Johann Malwana discussed the outcome of the meetings with ACAS and the principles of the contract. Subsequently NHS Employers have released the contract in full as well as details on pay breakdown.
We urge our members to read this contract thoroughly and assess for themselves whether they find this acceptable or not. We at YDEF are still unclear about certain aspects of the contract and readily admit that it can be confusing at times. We look forward to more details and sample rotas. There is an FAQ page by the BMA and an FAQ from NHS employers to help answer some questions you may have. In addition, we also encourage you to attend the regional roadshows which will explain the contract in more detail.
All BMA members will subsequently be asked to vote on whether they accept the contract or not. Therefore it is imperative that you understand the contract itself, impact on both current and future trainees and the implications of a yes or no vote.
As we continue to stress, YDEF represents and promotes the needs of our members and will continue to update you on progress.
New BMA contract (tailored toward palliative care trainees but relevant to us too)