The South Auckland Diabetes Summit

on 10 July

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An Urgent Call to Action


Register now  for this unmissable event for those working in diabetes and primary care. If you are keen to participate in addressing this fast-growing public health crisis disproportionately impacting those most at risk, this is the event for you. 

You will be presented with a sample of the 24 years' of collected data from the DCSS Quality Improvement Audit in Primary Care in Auckland, analysed and presented by the distinguished Professor David Simmons.

Diabetes Summit

Hosted by Dr Bruce Arroll and including special guest speakers:

Fepulae'i Margie Apa
CEO, Counties Manukau Health

Hon Peeni Henare
Associate Minister of Health 

with a panel discussion facilitated by RNZ's Kim Hill with contributions from: 

Dr Richard Cooper 
Dr Matire Harwood 
Dr Tim Hou 
Dr Gary Jackson
Dr Brandon Orr-Walker


Event Details:

6pm - 9.30PM






Who should attend?

  • General Practitioners (CME credits apply)
  • Primary care staff
  • Representatives from District Health Boards
  • Academics and health professionals with an interest in diabetes
  • Anyone with a general interest in the care provided to people with diabetes

The South Auckland Diabetes Summit: An Urgent Call to Action is endorsed by The Royal New Zealand College of General Practitioners (RNZCGP) and approved for up to 2.25 CME credits for the General Practice Educational Programme (GPEP) and Continuing Professional Development (CPD) purposes. 

This is a free event presented by the Diabetes Foundation Aotearoa (formerly the Diabetes Projects Trust) in association with the Counties Manukau Health 


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