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Bournemouth Programme

Bournemouth Programme

We are now pleased to release the agenda for Nursing in Practice Bournemouth 2017, your annual nursing event that will be taking place at the Carrington House Hotel on the 31st October with a brand new programme of educational and insightful seminars.

Don’t miss your chance to attend – register today!

8.45 – 9.20 Registration and networking
9.20 – 9.30

Chair’s opening remarks

9.30 – 10.10

Achieving HbA1c targets is a challenge: How can SGLT2 inhibitors help you manage type 2 diabetes?

  • Current treatment options for patients.
  • Comparing SGLT2 inhibitors with sulphonylureas and DPP4 inhibitors.
  • Practical case studies.

Supported by Janssen

10.10 – 10.50

Outlining the latest developments in the NHS breast screening programme

  • Identifying the eligible population.
  • Advantages and disadvantages of self-examination.
  • The screening service moving forward.
10.50 – 11.25

Exhibition and networking

11.25 – 12.05

Managing urinary incontinence in women

  • Risk factors and primary care assessment tools.
  • Stress, urge or mixed?
  • Outlining the available therapy options.
12.05 – 12.45

Alcohol use disorders in primary care: How much is too much?

  • Discussing alcohol problems in the primary care consultation.
  • Setting goals for reducing alcohol consumption.
  • Managing alcohol related psychiatric  and physical complication.
12.45 – 13.45

Exhibition, networking and lunch

13.45 – 14.25

Delivering personalised care to end of life patients

  • Supporting patients with long term conditions in the community.
  • Communication about prognosis and treatment preferences.
  • Holistic assessment, psychological support and depression screening.
14.25 – 14.50 Exhibition and networking
14.50 – 15.30

Promoting best practice in asthma management

  • NICE recommendations vs. BTS guidelines – how do they compare?
  • The potential of new therapies.
  • Defining the target population for new treatments.
15.30 – 16.10

‘Think sepsis’ in the community

  • Identifying the risk factors for sepsis.
  • ‘Think sepsis’ to promote early recognition and diagnosis.
  • Managing a person with suspected sepsis in the community.
16.15 Close of conference

*Please note that this is a draft agenda and subject to change,

**We would like to thank our exhibitors for supporting this meeting, which includes a number of pharmaceutical companies. Unless stated in your programme, they have had no input into the agenda, speaker selection or content.