Thank you to all who attended our recent edition of the NIPC Series: The Triple Threat – Diabetes, Kidneys and Heart on 30th September. We have received resoundingly positive feedback from attendees and we will continue to use your suggestions to improve our offering in the future. We would like to extend our sincere gratitude to distinguished speakers Prof Donal Reddan, Prof Cathy McHugh, Dr Suzanne Kelly and our chair for the evening Dr Yvonne Smyth. We would also like to thank our sponsors AstraZeneca, and you, the audience for making this such an engaging and interactive session.
If you missed this webinar, or would like to watch it again, you can now view the recording linked below, remember to log in or register to access.
In Ireland, 37% of adults are overweight and 23% of adults are living with obesity. This session highlighted the importance of early identification of Chronic Kidney Disease, as well as the issues and risks for a person with multiple chronic diseases. Speakers also discussed the importance of early identification and intervention at a primary care level. Watch the recording now.
The earlier we identify CKD, the lesser the burden to come
Prof Donal Reddan
Consultant Nephrologist and General Physician, Galway University Hospitals
The issues and risks for a person with Diabetes and CKD Disease
Prof Cathy McHugh
Consultant Endocrinologist, Sligo University Hospital
Early identification & intervention – The CDM Perspective
Dr Suzanne Kelly
HSE Primary Care Lead for Integrated Care Programmes (Diabetes), Irish College of General Practitioners
Chair: Dr Yvonne Smyth
Consultant Cardiologist, Galway University Hospitals
If you missed the last NIPC Series: New Horizons in Obesity Management, you can watch the recorded session on-demand now. Log-In or Join the NIPC Alliance to view.