Free webinar: Cross-specialty service delivery – lessons from the COVID-19 pandemic

Released19 May 2020     Expires: 19 May 2022      Programme: Standalone learning with reflection modules

Sponsorship Statement: Novo Nordisk has provided sponsorship to the BJC and Medinews (Cardiology) Limited to support the costs of running the webinar and its publication. Novo Nordisk has had no input into the webinar content or the selection of speakers.

BJC COVID-19 webinar

Cross-specialty service delivery – lessons from the COVID-19 pandemic

Tuesday 2nd June 18.00–19.00 BST (GMT + 1)

This free webinar is for healthcare professionals only. Our panel of experts will discuss how the UK has adapted to new forms of service delivery during the COVID-19 pandemic and how this may help improve future patient care. Your questions will be welcome.

 

 

Programme and faculty

Introduction by webinar moderator: Professor Philip Kalra
Professor Kalra is a Consultant Nephrologist at Salford Royal NHS Hospital Trust, and Professor of Renal Medicine at the University of Manchester.
18.00 Can lessons from service delivery during COVID-19 help improve long-term care
Professor Simon Ray

Professor Ray is Consultant Cardiologist at the University Hospitals of South Manchester; and President of the British Cardiovascular Society
18.10 Discussion
18.15 COVID-19: Headline messages for diabetes practice
Dr Barbara McGowan

Dr McGowan is a Consultant and Honorary Senior Lecturer in Diabetes and Endocrinology at Guy’s and St Thomas’ Hospital, London
18.20 Discussion
18.25 COVID-19: Implications for care of the elderly
Dr Lara Mitchell

Dr Mitchell is a Consultant in Medicine for the Elderly at the Queen Elizabeth University Hospital, Glasgow; and Chair of the British Geriatrics Society Cardiovascular Special Interest Group
18.30 Discussion
18.35 COVID-19: Implications for the cardiorenal patient
Professor Indranil Dasgupta

Professor Dasgupta is a Consultant Nephrologist at the Renal Unit Heartlands Hospital, Birmingham. He is also the Honorary Secretary of the Renal Association UK and co-lead for ABCD Renal Association Committee
18.40 Discussion
18.45 Open discussion – your questions answered by our panel
The speakers and moderator:
● Professor Indranil Dasgupta
● Professor Philip Kalra
● Dr Barbara McGowan
● Dr Lara Mitchell
● Professor Simon Ray

Joined by discussants:
● Professor Paul Kalra, Consultant Cardiologist, Portsmouth Hospitals NHS Trust; University of Portsmouth; Immediate past-Chair, British Society for Heart Failure
● Dr Kevin Fernando, General Practitioner, North Berwick Health Centre and Primary Care Diabetes Society committee member

Novo Nordisk has provided sponsorship to the BJC and Medinews (Cardiology) Limited to support the costs of running the webinar and its publication. Novo Nordisk has had no input into the webinar content or the selection of speakers.

 

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