Promoting Excellence in Diabetes Care

Best Practice in Diabetes Centres (BPDC)

Webcast Series

Are you a healthcare professional looking to explore improvements or expansion of your service, alternative models of care or simply increase your knowledge of diabetes care and best practices? Then it is essential that you join us for the Best Practice in Diabetes Centres Webcast series!

Our series is designed to provide a collaborative platform for all healthcare professionals to ask questions of the experts as we explore different care models and promote best practices in diabetes care. Our free webinars provide an exceptional learning opportunity.

Each webcast features an expert clinical host and a range of speakers sharing their specialised experience on the selected subject matter. Our aims include promoting best practice standards and clinically effective care in diabetes management and facilitating collaboration between health professionals and diabetes services to improve the quality of diabetes care across Australia.

The BPDC webcast series is FREE and by registering, you will receive a link to join all the live webinar sessions. 

If you can’t make it to the live broadcast, we will provide you with a link to the webinar recordings. 

Certificates of attendance will be emailed upon request. 

Certificates of attendance will be available and attract RACGP & CPD points. 

CLICK HERE to submit your questions in advance.

Did you miss the live BPDC virtual conference? Register now to access all the presentations from your preferred device. Watch the presentations any time and anywhere. 

The Best Practice in Diabetes Centres Symposium has been an integral educational, policy and service provision forum hosted by the NADC. The BPDC brings together prominent and influential key opinion leaders with a focus on and passion for diabetes service provision, with the aim to share and learn from each other.

These meetings provide an interactive forum that aims to discuss issues important to diabetes centres and services from primary through to tertiary level.

The format of the meeting involves topical session presentations that are followed by focused discussion and audience participation.

The BPDC has previously been “by invitation only”, however, due to overwhelming demand, BPDC is now open for registration by all healthcare professional delegates from NADC member centres and our sponsoring organisations.

The main topics that are addressed BPDC include:

  • The vision and policy settings in diabetes care in Australia
  • Using standards, accreditation and data to improve care
  • Innovation in Models of Diabetes Care

If you and your team care about providing the most efficient, effective and optimal care possible for people living with diabetes, then BPDC is a must.

Certificates of attendance will be available for delegates and attract points. RACGP and ADEA CPD are also available for both ADATS & BPDC.


BPDC 2021

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Virtual presentations

BPDC registrants will be provided with a detailed certificate of attendance that can be used as evidence of continuing professional development.

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Prof Sophia Zoungas

AProf Anthony Russell

Prof Tony Russell 


Prof Glen Maberly

Gaurav Puri

Dr Gaurav Puri


Dr Kean-Seng Lim


Dr Joel Lasschuit


Margaret McGill

Emma Hamilton

Dr Emma Hamilton

Michaela Watts

Michaela Watts

Rob Fitridge

Prof Robert Fitridge

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Danielle Charles


Margaret McGill

Emma Hamilton

Emma Hamilton

Michaela Watts

Michaela Watts

Rob Fitridge

Prof Robert Fitridge


A/Prof Jane Holmes-Walker

Kaye Farrell

Kaye Farrell

Tony Huynh

Dr Tony Huynh

Alicia Jenkins (2)

Prof Alicia Jenkins

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Dr Dev Kevat


A/Prof Glynis Ross


Dr Anthony Zimmermann


Cheryl Steele

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Dr Kenny Clark

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Wenyoung ‘Jaze’ Wang


Dr Konrad Kangru

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A/Prof Marg McGill


Prof Chris Nolan


Dr Ralph Audehm

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Prof Anthony Russell

Kenny Clarke

Dr Kenny Clark

Rajini Jayaballa

Dr Rajini Jayaballa

Matthew Hare

Dr Matthew Hare

Dr Anna Wood

Dr Anna Wood

Dr N Kormas Hi Res

Dr Nic Kormas

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Dr Kathryn Williams 

Andrew Wilson

Andrew Wilson

Michelle Robins

Marg McGill

Adj A/Prof Marg McGill


Dr Elaine Pretorius

Dr Anna Wood

Dr Anna Wood

Liz Davis

Prof Elizabeth Davis

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Independent educational sponsorships support this webinar series. Statements, conclusions and opinions reflect the presenter’s point of view only and not that of our sponsors.