Diabetes In Pregnancy: Insulin Pump Workshop

Venue: W12 Conferences

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4 JUNE 2013
This is an interactive clinical update on the use of insulin pumps and continuous glucose sensors in pregnancy.
It is suitable for all members of the clinical multidisciplinary team looking after women with type 1 diabetes including:
Diabetic Consultants and Obstetricians, Diabetic and Obstetric Specialist Registrars in training, as well as Midwives, Dieticians and diabetic specialist Nurses.
09:00Registration & coffee
09:15WelcomeDr Anne Dornhorst
Dr Anne Dornhorst
Consultant physician, diabetes and endocrinology
Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust
IntroductionMr Andrew McCarthy
Mr Andrew McCarthy
Consultant Obstetrician & Gynaecologist
Queen Charlottes & Chelsea Hospital, London
09:20What can be done to minimize the risk of hypoglycaemia in pregnancy?Dr Anne Dornhorst
Dr Anne Dornhorst
Consultant physician, diabetes and endocrinology
Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust
10:00Are pumps and sensors the answer to hypoglycaemia in pregnancy?Dr Jackie Elliott
Dr Jackie Elliott
Clinical Lecturer in Diabetes
University of Sheffield
10:40Coffee
11:00What technologies are available for managing glycaemic control in pregnancy?Dr Nick Oliver
Dr Nick Oliver
Consultant physician, diabetes and endocrinology
Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust
11:40Is carbohydrate counting an essential part of the clinical management? Ms Sian Rilstone
Ms Sian Rilstone
Diabetes Specialist Dietician
Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust
12:00What input is required from midwives and nurses to support pregnant women on insulin pumps?Ms Mary Joyce
Ms Mary Joyce
Diabetes Specialist Nurse
Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust
Ms Floria Cheng
Ms Floria Cheng
Specialist Midwife, Maternal Medicine
Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust
12:30What can we learn from the women using insulin pumps in pregnancy?Attendees of the ANC Diabetes & Obstetric Clinic
Attendees of the ANC Diabetes & Obstetric Clinic
Queen Charlotte & Chelsea Hospital
13:00Working Lunch with the opportunity to:
1. see examples of different pumps and sensors
2. take part in a quiz on carbohydrate counting (with prizes!)
3. analyse results from continuous glucose monitoring sensors
14:00Results of a Queen Charlottes Hypoglycaemia Awareness Audit Dr Syed Sufyan Hussain
Dr Syed Sufyan Hussain
Clinical Research Fellow
Imperial College London
with Dr Sarah-Jane Lam & Miss Lucy Vermont, Imperial College London
14:30Lessons from a decade’s experience of pumping in pregnancy at King’s College HospitalDr Kate Hunt
Dr Kate Hunt
Lecturer, Diabetes and Nutritional Sciences Division
King’s College London School of Medicine
Mrs Helen Rogers
Mrs Helen Rogers
Nurse Consultant in Diabetes
Kings College Hospital, London
15:20Open debate: Should all women on insulin pumps only be seen at designated specialist centres?Dr Stephen Robinson
Dr Stephen Robinson
Consultant physician, diabetes and endocrinology
Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust
15:50Reflecting key learning points of the day
16:00End of day
Registration Fee: 170 for doctors, 110 for allied health professionals
 

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