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Diabetes Health Matters with Dr Joan St John

23/05/2024, 18:30 BST

Diabetes Health Matters is back for season 3!

In the first event of the season we will be discussing how to live a full life when living with diabetes and kidney disease. We will speak about the psycho-social aspects, treatments, and how to prevent diabetic kidney disease.

Dr Joan St John is once again joined by two expert guests, Dr Sarah Afuwape, Consultant Health Psychologist, Renal and Liver Psychology Lead, Royal Free London NHS Foundation Trust, and Dr Hellena Haute-Asres, Lead Clinical Academic Research, Nurse in Diabetes & CKD, Royal Free London NHS Foundation Trust.

This event is for people living with diabetes and/or kidney disease and those who care for them. We also welcome healthcare professionals who would like to know more.

Disclaimer: Eli Lilly and Company has provided sponsorship to Diabetes Africa to support the costs of running ‘Diabetes Health Matters’. Eli Lilly and Company has not had any input into the programme content for this event series or selection of speakers.

In this episode

Dr Joan St John is once again joined by two expert guests, Dr Sarah Afuwape, Consultant Health Psychologist, Renal and Liver Psychology Lead, Royal Free London NHS Foundation Trust and Dr Hellena Haute-Asres, Lead Clinical Academic Research, Nurse in Diabetes & CKD, Royal Free London NHS Foundation Trust. 

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Is this event free?

Yes, this event is free to attend, but registration is mandatory. Click on the link below to register and secure your seat today.

Who should attend?

This event is for people living with diabetes and those who care for them, professional and family members. Regardless of their level of knowledge on diabetes, all healthcare professionals who work with people living with diabetes will find practical advice and up-to-date recommendations on the aspect of diabetes care discussed in the event.

Check the time in your time zone

This virtual event will take place at 18:30 BST (London time). You can participate wherever you are in the world. To find out the starting time of the event in your time zone, please click here.

Further information

With ‘Diabetes Health Matters’, Dr Joan St John shares her lifetime experience caring for people from many different backgrounds and origins to tackle the hottest topics encountered through her practice. Dr St John brings together people with lived experience, healthcare professionals and other experts for a series of meetings focused particularly on African and Caribbean health. But the information you will hear about is universal and can be used by anyone.

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