The author will discuss the practicalities and philosophy of diabetic patients being looked after by the wrong doctor.
An evidence-based approach will be dismissed in favour of politically driven targets and the talk might be presented by a Department of Health clone (results awaited).
A prejudicial review of medical history will be used to emphasise the superiority of the cardiologist over the management of the diabetic patient with hypertension.
Irony will be in excess.
03 - 05 Nov 2003
Society for Endocrinology