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We hope to welcome you again in this interactive online activity.

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New series of PCDE Talks

The dates (in fall/winter) will be published soon 

Session 1
Rationale for a proactive approach: impact of therapeutic inertia on quality of care for people with T2DM

Topics:

  • Impact of therapeutic inertia on T2DM: evidence from primary care clinical practice-RWD
  • Early combination therapy in T2DM based and its secondary preventive benefit on cardiovascular outcomes

Session 2

A Disease State Approach to the pharmacological management of Type 2 Diabetes in Primary Care: A Position Statement by Primary Care Diabetes Europe – 2021 update.
Update:

Topics:

  • Cardiovascular risk stratification for people with T2DM in primary care: a pragmatic approach
  • Stratify and treat rationale for early combination therapy for CVD prevention in people with T2DM- latest state of evidence on HF and CV outcomes

Session 3
The role of SGLT2 inhibitors in cardiorenal protection: state of the art.

Topics:

  • Heart failure and SGLT2 inhibitor therapy beyond the presence of diabetes
  • SGLT2 inhibitors and the kidney: matter of controversy

Session 4
Incretins: past, present and future

Topics:

  • Clinical overview on pharmacotherapy with incretins
  • When and how to prescribe an incretin to a patient with T2DM? Pearls for clinical practice

Past PCDE Talks

Monday 26 April 2021, 18.00 CET (5.00PM U.K. time)   

Topic: Diabetic Foot Ulcers

Faculty: Dr.Judit Llusa (ES), Mrs, Jane Diggle (U.K.), Dr. Martin Hadley Brown (U.K.)


Monday 22 February 2021, 18.00 CET (5.00PM U.K. time)

Topic:  Therapy approach to CVD prevention in people with T2D in primary care ; latest evidence from guidelines.

Faculty: Assoc. Prof.Dr. Xavier Cos (ES), Dr. Samuel Seidu (U.K.), Prof. Pinar Topsever (TR)


Monday 22 March 2021, 18.00 CET (5.00PM U.K. time)

Topic:   Management Hypoglycemia in people with diabetes in primary care.

Faculty: Prof. Kamlesh Khunti (U.K.), Prof. Pratik Choudhary (U.K.), Assoc. Prof.Dr. Xavier Cos (ES)