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Oxfordshire Children's Diabetes Service

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Oxfordshire Children's Diabetes Service

June 2019

'Talk about Diabetes' team comes to Oxford

Thursday 20 June 2019
Principal Oxford Spires Hotel, Abingdon Road, Oxford OX1 4PS

Speakers include Dr Partha Kar, Dr Catherine Peters and Prof Peter Hindmarsh on diabetes care and sport management.

This interesting and informative discussion event has already filled venues in Bristol and Birmingham.

Free tickets via: www.lifesportdiabetes.co.uk/2019/05/tad-on-tour.html

Oxfordshire Children's Diabetes Service is a multi-professional team supporting all children and young people with diabetes from birth to over 18 years of age. We are part of the Thames Valley Paediatric Diabetes Network.

We are based at Oxford Children’s Hospital and look after over 350 patients, most of whom live within Oxfordshire. We offer management of diabetes from diagnosis for children and young people age 0-17 and support their transfer to adult services at age 18-19. We provide a comprehensive paediatric diabetes service, including insulin pumps according to NICE guidelines.

We pride ourselves in delivering the best service for all our youngsters and their families.

Its never too late to think about vaccinating against the flu virus

The NHS recommends that children aged 2-17 years with medical conditions such as diabetes have an annual flu vaccination to protect against what can be a very nasty illness which can cause serious complications. For most children this is given as a single nasal spray. Please speak to your GP / Practice Nurse / School Health Nurse or Health Visitor for further information or visit www.nhs.uk/child-flu

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