The latest MEDTalks series: Case-based clinical conundrums in Type 2 Diabetes: A patient-centred approach
What do you need to consider when your patient with type 2 diabetes (T2D) is in front of you?
What clinical and comorbid conditions should you be thinking of, and why might treatment recommendations change as a result? If you’re keen to find the answers to all of these questions and more, then look no further than the latest MEDTalks series ‘Case-based clinical conundrums in T2D: A patient-centred approach’ kicking off at 5.45pm (AEDT), Saturday 14th September, at the Brisbane Convention and Exhibition Centre as part of the 2019 General Practice Conference and Exhibition (GPCE).
Drawing its name from the inspiring and influential TED Talks, the GPCE Brisbane MEDTalks features three short, sharp, case-based presentations across 90 not-to-be-missed minutes. Designed to help you unravel the complexities of T2D treatment in line with the latest international recommendations, the MEDTalks will be led by an exemplary panel of expert GPs and specialists including A/Prof Gary Kilov, Dr Anita Sharma, Prof Marwan Obaid and Dr Richard Baer, all eager to answer your burning T2D questions.
Entry to the GPCE MEDTalks is free for all healthcare professionals, and is accredited for 2 CPD points. Register now.
Can’t make it? The GPCE Brisbane MEDTalks will be broadcast live around the nation, so you can get the latest T2D updates from the comfort of your own home or office. Register for the live webcast now.