London’s biggest diabetes show, Diabetes Professional Care 2015, launching on 11 and 12 November at the Barbican Exhibition Centre, will feature the latest technologies and products, ground-breaking solutions and valuable contacts providing the latest advice when it comes to the prevention, care and management of diabetes.
The free-to-attend, CPD accredited, two-day conference and exhibition has been designed by healthcare professionals for healthcare professionals, providing visitors with all the latest information to empower patients to manage their own care pathways.
The conference will feature eight content-rich subject streams including expert sessions from leading specialists at NHS England, Imperial College London, Portsmouth Hospitals NHS Trust, Royal College of General Practitioners, Ninjabetic and the King’s Fund.
Exhibitors at Diabetes Professional Care 2015 include several industry-leading names, such as Abbott Diabetes Care, Team Blood Glucose, Bayer, iHealth, Neubourg Pharma and Clinical Professional, many of whom will be using the show to launch new products to the market or unveil their very latest work.
Visitors will also be able to attend the Diabetes Village; an exclusive area for Healthcare Professionals to network with like-minded individuals. Similarly, the Digital Health Kitchen provides an area where start-up companies will be showcasing the most innovative solutions for treating diabetes.
For further information please visit www.diabetesprofessionalcare.com or email the team on [email protected].

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