BAMP & BDF: The Changing Face of Medicine

Register for the conference at: Barbados Association of Medical Practitioners and the Barbados Diabetes Foundation presents “The Changing Face of Medicine” their inaugural CME on 26-27 November at the Savannah Hotel. This event highlights the changing face of medicine with presentations on Day 1 focused on COVID19, cardiovascular disease and asthma. Day 2 will focus on diabetes-related topics.Pricing for BAMP physician members for the 2 days is BDS$375 and non-BAMP physicians is $500. Nurses and allied health professionals are $300 for both days. Students are $50 to $100. More at the door. Register for the conference at: Office – Spring, Garden, St. Michael 246-429-7569Payment pick-up: Call or text Marrianne at 246-269-6183

Saturday, 26 November Day 1 – Draft

The Barbados Association of Medical Practitioners & The Barbados Diabetes Foundation Conference Programme

Saturday Nov 26, 2022
Registration: 10:00 – 11:00
11:00 – 12:00Paediatric Clinical Care: past, present and future Dr. Clyde Cave, Paediatrician
12:00 – 12:30  Updates in Cardiovascular Disease Risk ReductionDr. Kenneth Connell, Internist  
12:30-13:00Updates in Diabetes ManagementDr. Aylwin Benjamin, Internist St. Lucia
13:00 – 13:30BREAK 
13:30 -14:00Why ACEi should remain the preferred RAASi in HFrEF patientsDr. Thierry Monod, Internist, Panama
14:00 -14:30Updates in Asthma GuidelinesDr. Anne-Marie Hassell, Pulmonologist
14:30 – 15:00Management of Respiratory Long COVID and the St. Lucian COVID ExperienceDr. Aylwin Benjamin, Internist St. Lucia  
15:00 – 15:30Persistent CoughDr. Ayesha Harewood, Family Medicine  
Break 15:30 – 15:50  
The Changing Face of Medicine
15:50 – 16:20Medical NegligenceMr. Francis DePeiza, Lawyer
16:20 – 16:50Medical Cannabis: treatment option for diabetes related complicationsDr. Stephanie Lunn, Pharmacological Researcher (Virtual Presentation)
16:50 – 17:30Panel Discussion: Future of Health Care- Managing by Evidence: Practical/EthicalProfessor Sir Errol Walrond, Surgeon Dr. Carlos Chase, OBGYN Dr. Lynda Williams, Family Medicine
Sunday Nov 27, 2022
Cancer Screening & Transplant Medicine
09:00- 09:30Prostate Cancer screeningDr. Wanda Bellamy, Urologist
09:30-10:00Colon Cancer screeningDr. Philip Sahle Griffith, Surgeon  
10:00-10:30Breast Cancer screeningDr. Dale Springer, Surgeon
10:30 – 11:00Cervical Cancer ScreeningDr. Sandra Bynoe, OBGYN  
11:00 – 11:15BREAK 
11:15 – 11:45Prostate Cancer Research projectDr. Euclid Morris, Internal Medicine
11:45 – 12:15The Road to Renal TransplantDr. Natacha Paquette, Surgeon  
12:15 – 12:50Update on Diabetic Nephropathy and the implications of It as a Cardiorenal Syndrome  Dr. Emile Mohammed, Nephrologist  
12:50 – 13:45Lunch 
13:45 – 14:30A Global and Regional Update on Diabetes Mellitus Q&AProfessor Anselm Hennis, Director, Non-communicable Diseases and Mental Health, PAHO/WHO
14:30 – 15:00Proposed Paradigms for Diabetes Self-Management and Patient Advocacy : A discussion Dr. Diane Brathwaite, Diabetologist  and Patient Advocates
15:00 -15:15Break 
15:15 -15:45Type 1 Diabetes: Trends in Insulin ManagementTracey Bushell, Diabetes Specialist Nurse
15:45-16:15Approaches to Diabetes Transitional CareMs Kareena Hollass, Medical Student & Dr Michelle Lashley. Paediatrician
16:15-16:45Diabetes technology: Continuous Glucose and Flash Monitoring in Type 1 DiabetesDr. Laura Lovell, GP
16:45 -17:00Address from The Barbados Childhood Obesity Prevention CoalitionProfessor. Anne St.John, Paediatrician
17:00-17:30When The Bough Breaks: The potential impacts of poor maternal diet on childhood obesity and future NCD riskDr. Asanchia Harewood Marshall, GP
17:30-18:00The perceived role of social support in self-management of Type 2 diabetes among Barbadians sixty-five years and older.: A qualitative study.Jamie Hinds, Nutritionist
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