Roche Diabetes Care Webinars

 

20 October 2020 - COVID19 learnings overview - Health and wellbeing in the workplace

The current pandemic has brought about many rapid and unprecedented changes to working practices, both within and outside of the NHS system. During this webinar, the second in our mini-series, our panelists will discuss recent learnings in the context of health and wellbeing in the workplace.

The content of this webinar is intended for healthcare professionals.

Prof Partha Kar, Consultant Endocrinologist, National Speciality Advisor – Diabetes NHS England, GIRFT co- lead Diabetes, NHS Improvement Portsmouth Hospitals NHS Trust

Dr Julia Platts, Consultant in Diabetes and Medicine, National Clinical Lead for Diabetes in Wales Cardiff & Vale University Health Board

Dr Rose Stewart, Principal Clinical Psychologist. Lead for Talking Type 1 Project Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board

If you missed this webinar it is available to view on the Accu-Chek website

 

13 October 2020 - Psychology Support in Diabetes Care: discussing the evidence

During this webinar, four key issues were addressed by the panel; current challenges which exist within diabetes care, whether psychological care should be funded within diabetes care, has the increased number of psychologists in some areas of diabetes care improved outcomes, and finally, do psychologists have a role in educating other HCPs in providing psychological care to people living with diabetes.

The content of this webinar is intended for healthcare professionals.

Prof Partha Kar, Consultant Endocrinologist, National Speciality Advisor – Diabetes NHS England, GIRFT co- lead Diabetes, NHS Improvement Portsmouth Hospitals NHS Trust

Dr Julia Platts, Consultant in Diabetes and Medicine, National Clinical Lead for Diabetes in Wales Cardiff & Vale University Health Board

Dr Rose Stewart, Principal Clinical Psychologist. Lead for Talking Type 1 Project Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board

If you missed this webinar it is available to view on the Accu-Chek website 

 

15 September 2020Lessons from COVID-19 From Primary Care to Secondary Care in Wales 

The pandemic situation required the healthcare system to adapt and innovate at an unprecedented pace, and in this webinar our speakers share examples of adaptations from across Primary Care in Wales.

The content of this webinar is intended for healthcare professionals.

Prof Stephen Bain, Assistant Medical Director for Research & Development Swansea Bay University Health Board and Clinical Director of the Diabetes Research Group in Swansea University.

Dr Sarah Davies, GP partner with a special interest in diabetes and the Clinical Director for Diabetes in Primary Care for Cardiff and Vale UBH,

Julie Lewis, Primary Care Nurse Consultant, former Clinical Lead for Diabetes at Betsi Cadwalader UHB, Wales DSN lead representative at the diabetes National Specialist Advisory Group (NSAG) and collaborative creator of the Welsh Academy for Nursing in Diabetes (WAND).

If you missed this webinar it is available to view on the Accu-Chek website