Start Date End Date Price Per Delegate No. Of Attendees Total Cost Availability
19 Jun 2021 09:30 19 Jun 2021 12:30 £0.00 £0.00

Diabetes Complications - Webinar

AstraZeneca have provided funding for this meeting, AstraZeneca are presenting a sponsored session and have no involvement in the context of the agenda. Paul Dromgoole’s sessions are completely independent of external sponsorship

Saturday 19th June 2021
Start Time: 09:30
Finish Time: 12:30
Introducing your speakers
Paul Dromgoole
RGN, RNMH, MSc Diabetes, PGCE
Dr Marc Evans

All delegates will receive

  • A pdf of the slides available for download for delegates' personal use
  • A certifcate for your appraisal portfolio
Course Accredited for 3 hours CPD
Meet the Speakers
Paul Dromgoole

Paul has over 20 years’ experience in diabetes management in Primary Care and Secondary Care Settings in Brighton, Leicester and York and more recently worked as a half-time Lecturer Practitioner in Diabetes at the University of York and an External Examiner for the University of Ulster.

He has extensive experience of supporting General Practice in clinical decision making and best practice in diabetes management and his teaching sessions and workshops are consistently highly evaluated for their clinical content, delivery and application to ‘real-life’ clinical practice.

Paul now combines a 2 day a week role as Clinical Nurse Specialist in Diabetes, with freelance Lecturing work throughout the UK.

Outside of work he is a keen Scuba Diver and PADI Dive Instructor and now proud owner of a classic 1947 BSA Motorcycle!

Dr Marc Evans

Dr. Marc Evans is a consultant physician in diabetes and endocrinology at University Hospital Llandough in Cardiff, Wales. Previously, he was a consultant diabetologist at University Hospital Llandough and the University Hospital of Wales, and a lecturer in diabetes and endocrinology at the University of Wales College of Medicine. Dr. Evans has considerable involvement and interest in ongoing medical education related to diabetes care and has published more than 200 articles, book chapters, and abstracts. He is currently Editor-in-Chief of Diabetes Therapy. Dr. Evans has multiple ongoing academic and clinical interests, including the pathophysiology of vascular disease in type 2 diabetes and the clinical physiology of the natural history of type 2 diabetes. He is also interested in the health economics of diabetes care and health outcomes in people with type 2 diabetes.

Your Learning Agenda

Diabetes Complications

  • A cases and evidence based approach to identify and
  • manage complications.
  • Cases, Evidence and Best Practice Guidelines.
  • Q & A Session - Your Chance to Clarify Any Issues!


This webinar will NOT be recorded due to the presentation being the Intellectual Property of the speaker.

The Zoom link to join the event will be emailed to the address you booked with.  This will be sent 24 hours and 1 hour prior to the start time. This may go to junk, please check.

If you cannot locate the zoom link, please email for assistance.

We no longer offer the option to dial in using your phone.  The fees delegates have been charged have been in the region of £1.00 per minute.

9.30am - 10.45am Session 1
10.45am - 11.15am Break and promotional presentation: Type 2 diabetes and heart failure – a risk worth managing
Dr Marc Evans Consultant physician in diabetes and endocrinology University Hospital Llandough in Cardiff
AstraZeneca have provided funding for this meeting, AstraZeneca are presenting a sponsored session and have no involvement in the context of the agenda.
11.15am - 12.30pm Session 2
12.30pm Webinar Ends

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Event Details

3 CPD Credits  | £0.00
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What our delegates say

Delegate from London: Types of insulin and case scenarios are excellent Specialist Nurse P Dromgoole - Diabetes
Delegate from Belfast: Excellent meeting, very well organised, informative speaker, excellent event Mr Paul Dromgoole: - Diabetes
Delegate from Webinar: As a GP, I struggle to keep up to date with the rapidly changing world of diabetes management. Thus course helped me to get more up to date. Paul Dromgoole - Diabetes
Delegate from Middlesbrough : Easy to comprehend. Paul is very knowledgeable in this field. Informed about new guidance and correct research Mr Paul Dromgoole: - Diabetes
Delegate from Liverpool: Comprehensive and concise overview, interesting and up to date. Use of drugs and individualizing to patients needs was excellent Mr Paul Dromgoole: - Diabetes
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