Pregnancy and Insulin Pumps: Best Practice Service Delivery
- Start Date:
- Thursday, 8 December, 2016
- End Date:
- Thursday, 8 December, 2016 4:50pm
- Pediatrics, Gynecology, Family Practice, Health & Nutrition
From pre to post pregnancy: making best use of your resources to improve patient outcomesThursday 8th December 2016, The Wesley, LondonView agenda | Book now | Group bookingDoes the investment of your insulin pump service's time and resources into pregnant women on pumps lead to better outcomes? Come together and share best practice with Diabetes, Insulin Pump and Diabetes Nurse Specialists, Consultants and Obstetricians and Specialist Diabetes Midwives.
From pre to post pregnancy, find out how to make the best use of your resources to improve patient outcomes.NHS and public sector attendees will pay just £149 plus VAT.Early booking price until Tuesday 4th OctoberBook your individual place | Make your group registrationWith the changes across trimesters and the demands of labour, education and preparation are the key to delivering an effective insulin pump service for pregnant women.
This event will take you on the journey from pre-conception clinics, carb counting to control during labour and the impact on breastfeeding. By improving your understanding of CGMs, insulin pumps and empowering patients you will learn how to deliver an effective service on limited resources. View the full agendaThrough practical presentations, group discussions and helpful networking, attendees will share current services and the next steps to be taking:• Best practice approaches: enabling behavioral and educational programmes• Improving outcomes: carb counting and best use of staff resources to support patients• Better use of technology: using remote monitoring CGMs and pump therapy during pregnancy• Journey case studies: pre-conception counselling, insulin pumps in labour and breast feedingNetwork and benchmark your service with people who run insulin pump clinics for pregnant women across the country.
Share current approaches and take away best practice ideas to improve your service.Plus one further event of interest:Building Psycho-Social Care into your Diabetes ServiceNational Networking ForumOvercoming psycho-social challenges to offer a fully supportive networkFriday 9th December 2016, TheWesley Hotel, LondonView further details
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