How to set up your CGM service
This dedicated forum is the only NHS course that responds directly to the challenges surrounding setting up your CGM service. With practical insight into how one service set up their CGM structure and patient pathway, you can learn how to work closely with your stakeholders, build an effective business case and sustain your Continuous Glucose Monitoring service.
With the pressure on to give patients better control, Continuous Glucose Monitoring could be the answer. But how to achieve funding? This is a unique opportunity to come together with diabetes services from across the country to benefit from an experienced leader, share best practice solutions and go back with an action plan to develop and deliver a quality CGM service.
Through case study presentations, interactive discussions and practical sessions, the key focuses of this study day are;
- Structuring your CGM service: patient referral and access, audit and governance structures
- Establishing patient criteria and staff education: patient reviews, staff engagement and self-sufficiency
- Engaging the key stakeholders: establishing patients, your CCG, local departments and clinical leads
- Building a business case: understanding NICE NG17 and achieving funding for your CGMs
Designed for Clinical Leads for Diabetes, Diabetes Specialist Nurses, Consultants and Service Managers. Come together with your colleagues from across the country and put the foundations in place to enable effective CGM funding and service growth.
Have you considered sponsoring or exhibiting at this day? If you join us in 2017, you will be able to talk directly to this NHS Diabetes audience, build familiarity and take away leads.
If you belong to an association or network that is related to Diabetes, you could work with this National Networking Forum. We can offer your members or network a discounted rate and a link with your website here:
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This conference follows on from the success of the 2017 Insulin Pump and Transition conferences plus Continuous & Flash Glucose Monitoring: Guidance, Downloads and Usage, which was held in March 2017 in Bristol and was extremely well received. Attendees from the day felt that they “learnt a lot and have lots to take back”, agreed that the conference was “a good experience, very well organised” and offered “very good content and spread of speakers”.
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A practical and interactive agenda led by Dr Jennifer Beynon, Consultant in Diabetes and Endocrinology at the University Hospital of South Manchester NHS Foundation Trust. Take the rights steps towards a quality CGM service:
|9.30||Registration and refreshment|
|10.00||Start of day|
|10.10||Structuring your CGM service: getting started on the right footing|
Putting the foundations in place: creating the basis to enable effective service growth
Implementing an effective referral point: quality for patients and access to treatment
Building sound audit and governance structures: providing an audit trail
|11.40||Patient criteria and staff education: ensuring CGM is accessible and understood|
Reviewing the patient on an individual basis: who goes on pumps?
Getting the nursing staff on board: educating the team to use the equipment
What to do when they turn up in clinic? Downloads, group clinics and self-sufficiency explored
|2.00||How to engage the key stakeholders in the development of your CGM service|
Putting patients with better control at the heart of your CGM service
How to establish a strong and ongoing relationship with your local CCG
Engaging with local departments and clinical leads: building accurate expectations
|3.30||Building a business case to achieve funding for your CGMs |
Improving your understanding NICE NG17: putting guidelines into practice
Steps to take in developing your business case: making it good enough to sustain CGMs of quality
The language needed and the evidence required to put forward a convincing case
|4.30||Close of day|
Benefit from the understanding and insight of the University Hospital of South Manchester NHS Foundation Trust’s Diabetes service. Receive expert guidance from:
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- NHS or Public Sector for one place before 21st July 2017: £149 + VAT
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