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Blood glucose control in people with established cardiovascular disease from a clinical and payor perspective

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24th Jun 202019:30 - 21:00

This webcast will establish the importance of blood glucose control and evaluate cardiovascular outcomes in people with type 2 diabetes mellitus (T2DM) from a clinical and payor perspective. It will explore what the results means for SGLT-2 inhibitor prescribing for blood glucose control in T2DM and established cardiovascular disease in the UK.

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Agenda
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19:30Welcome and introduction
Dr Dipesh Patel
19:40Importance of blood glucose control and evaluation of cardiovascular outcomes in people with type 2 diabetes mellitus (T2DM)
Prof Partha Kar
20:00Discussion: What does this mean for SGLT2 inhibitor prescribing for blood glucose control in type 2 diabetes in the UK?
Dr Dipesh Patel
Prof Partha Kar
Prof Chim Lang
Mrs Alia Gilani
20:40Q&A
Dr Dipesh Patel
Prof Partha Kar
Prof Chim Lang
Mrs Alia Gilani
21:00Close
Dr Dipesh Patel
Speakers
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Dr Dipesh Patel
Dr Dipesh Patel PhD FRCP, consultant Physician, Royal Free London NHS FT. Honorary Associate Professor, UCL. Chair Elect, Association of British Clinical Diabetologists (ABCD).

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Prof Partha Kar
Professor Partha Kar
Consultant Diabetologist, Portsmouth Hospitals NHS Trust.

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Prof Chim Lang
Consultant cardiologist and clinical pharmacologist. Professor of Cardiology and Head of the Division of Molecular & Clinical Medicine at University of Dundee.

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Mrs Alia Gilani
Alia Gilani
Health Inequalities Pharmacist, Sheffield.

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GB-STE-00339 | Date of Preparation: May 2020