This policy briefing will provide all people working with or alongside diabetes care in the UK with an in depth overview around the current policy and thinking relating to the provision and future of diabetes services.
A comprehensive Congress fully devoted to clinical debates and controversial issues in a wide spectrum of diabetes, obesity and hypertension.
The 2nd China CODHy Congress will emphasize issues related specifically to China in terms of epidemiology, genetics, diagnostics, typical complications and distinctive responses to treatments. The scientific program will also explore the unique treatment/management of diabetes, obesity and hypertension specifically in China, in comparison to the rest of the Asia Pacific region.
Thursday, 9 May, 2013 - 08:30 - Saturday, 11 May, 2013 - 17:00
At Diabetes: A Call for Action, the key concerns surrounding diabetes will be addressed and discussed. The audience will hear from a line-up of expert speakers and have the opportunity to debate as to which policies and strategies should be recommended to government and how to apply in healthcare and beyond. Delegates will learn of examples of best practice and stories of success which can benefit their own organisations and most importantly their patients.
Tuesday, 23 April, 2013 - 08:00 - 16:30
Harrogate International Centre, North Yorkshire, UK
The Functional Food Centre, Oxford Brookes University and the Richardson Centre for Functional Food and Neutraceuticals, University of Manitoba are delighted to be hosting the 2nd Oxford Functional Food Conference. For this 2012 conference, a 2 day programme focuses on functional foods and their role in helping to tackle obesity, diabetes and inflammation. There will be an exciting assembly of speakers from the UK, Europe, the US and Canada to guide us through their latest research and insights in these areas.
This meeting will be exploring the impact of diabetes on the health and wellbeing of the individual, and the community at large. There will be tracks dedicated to discussing the latest innovations in therapeutics, prevention and new insights into effective global diabetes management. We have an outstanding faculty who has already agreed to participate.
Diabetes is one of the biggest challenges facing the NHS. There is estimated to be 3.1 million people diagnosed with diabetes in England and this figure is expected to rise to 4.6 million by 2030. Along with the rapidly growing scale of the condition, the associated care and treatment costs are also alarming. In order to deliver high quality, cost-effective and efficient diabetes care, diabetes must become a commissioning priority.
The success of the 1st Asia Pacific CODHy Congress which took place in Shanghai, China in 2011, highlighted the importance of holding a special congress in order to focus on the specific issues China faces in dealing with Diabetes, Obesity and Hypertension and the various methods which Chinese Clinicians and researchers have created in order to tackle these challenges.
UK's leading annual event for health and nutrition influencers. This event promises unrivalled learning and networking opportunities for all who provide health and nutrition advice.
2012 showcases yet another exceptional programme with the latest scientific and best practice consensus on key public health themes including heart health, obesity, weight management, diabetes, child health, gut health, food sensitivity and hot topics.
The Nutrition Society is a supporting organisation for this event.
The aim of the conference is to show how basic research on the biochemistry, cell biology and genetics of metabolism can address the major health problems of cancer, obesity, diabetes and insulin resistance, and explain ageing and longevity.
Contributions from nutritionists and epidemiologists will be included, with a panel discussion focused on the connection between cancer and obesity and what we can do about it – both by understanding the link and by tackling obesity with scientifically informed strategies.
Tuesday, 29 May, 2012 - 15:30 - Thursday, 31 May, 2012 - 16:30
Georgetown University Hotel & Conference Center, Washington DC, United States