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Date: Wednesday 24th November
Time: 16:00 - 19:00; Registration from 15:30
Venue: Perinatal Institute, Crystal Court.  Click here for a map (Adobe PDF)

WM Diabetes & Pregnancy
Trainees Meeting

This meeting is designed for Speciality Trainees in Diabetes and Obstetrics, Consultant Obstetricians, Diabetologists, Midwives and DSN’s involved in the management of women with diabetes in pregnancy.

15:30   Registration; Coffee / Tea
16:00   Welcome & Introduction
Chair: Neil Shah - Consultant Obstetrician, City Hospital, Sandwell and West Birmingham NHS Trust.
16:05   Controlling blood glucose in special circumstances: during labour
Gillian Morrison - Diabetes Specialist Nurse, Royal Liverpool University Hospital.
16:30   Controlling blood glucose in special circumstances: mothers receiving antenatal steroids
Phil Dyer – Consultant Physician & Diabetologist, HEFT, Birmingham.

17.00   Light Refreshment Break

Trainees Presentation (15 mins presentation and 5 minutes questions)
Chair: Sharon Jones - Consultant Physician, Diabetes & Endocrinology, Good Hope Hospital

17.15 Presentation 1
17.35 Presentation 2
17.55 Presentation 3
18.15 Presentation 4



18.35   Review: International Association of diabetes and pregnancy study groups recommendations on the diagnosis and classification of hyperglycaemia in pregnancy
Mary Charlton - Associate Diabetes Specialist, HEFT, Birmingham
18.55   Presentation of a certificate and prize for best presentation
19:00   Close

Lilly, Abbot Diabetes Care, BD Medical and Novo Nordisk have provided an educational grant
to support this meeting but have had no influence over its content.

Registration fee: £20.00 (includes light refreshments)

Please complete attached form (telephone bookings not accepted) and send with cheque (made payable to ‘HOBtPCT’) to:

Angela Jordanou,
Perinatal Institute, Crystal Court,
Aston Cross, Birmingham B6 5RQ

Places are limited and confirmed registration is required


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