Free Katherine CPD Dinner Forum: Diabetes Management in 2023 – Part 2: New Technology & Therapeutics
Join the NT PHN at the Flinders University Katherine Campus, for Dr Judy Luu’s presentation ‘Diabetes Management in 2023 – Part 2: New Technology & Therapeutics’.
The NT PHN invites GPs, Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander Health Practitioners, Nurses, and Allied Health Practitioners from Katherine region private practices and ACCHOs to attend a free evening of professional development with Dr Judy Luu, followed by a networking dinner.
Dr Luu is a senior endocrinologist and general physician based at John Hunter Hospital in Newcastle, NSW. She obtained her primary medical degree from The University of Sydney in 2000 and fellowship with the Royal Australasian College of Physicians in 2010 with dual specialisation in endocrinology and general medicine. She also holds a Master in International Public Health and Graduate Diploma in Medical Biostatistics.
Dr Luu has worked at John Hunter Hospital since 2010 and is the current Director of General Medicine. She was the Clinical Lead for the Diabetes Stream of Hunter New England Local Health District from 2016-2018 and is a conjoint lecturer in the School of Medicine and Public Health at the University of Newcastle. Dr Luu has been in involved with the HNELHD Diabetes Alliance Program ( now renamed DAP+) since its inception in 2014. DAP+ is aimed at upskilling the general medical workforce in management of diabetes and obesity through integrated care clinics and multidisciplinary case conferencing.
Dr Luu’s areas of interest include diabetes, metabolic bone disorders, transgender health and general endocrinology.
Update your knowledge about the latest advancements in:
- Continuous Glucose Monitoring Systems (CGMS)
- Hybrid closed-loop pump technology.
Find out how to interpret an Ambulatory Glucose Profile (AGP) report effectively and analyse the role of new therapeutic approaches in diabetes management.
Participants will be able to:
- Understand the recent advancements in Continuous Glucose Monitoring Systems (CGMS) and hybrid closed-loop pump technology.
- Apply the knowledge gained to interpret an Ambulatory Glucose Profile (AGP) report effectively.
- Analyse the role of new therapeutic approaches in the management of diabetes.
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*One hour of self-reported CPD.
*As a general guide, one hour of active learning equates to one hour of CPD. It is the responsibility of the individual student to calculate how many hours of active learning have been completed. The hours of active learning estimated above should act as a guide to CPD hours.
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The Clinical Education Team
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