‘At the Limits‘ is leading medical education; enabling clinicians, specialists, nurses, academics, scientists & researchers to meet in inspiring and stimulating academic environments. The academically independent meetings are supported by Industry and we encourage supporters to attend with a delegation of senior medical personnel to build and maintain the relationships between medicine and industry which are so essential for the development and understanding of successful patient care.
Meetings take place throughout the year, across the globe, with upcoming events in London, Cape Town, São Paulo, Toronto, Los Angeles and Beijing.
Please register to be kept informed of upcoming meetings.
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New for 2020
Cardiology, Diabetes & Nephrology at the Limits Canada 2020
Monday, 9 - Tuesday, 10 November 2020
The inaugural Cardiology, Diabetes & Nephrology at the Limits Canada meeting has been rescheduled because of the COVID-19 situation and it will now take place in Toronto on 9th & 10th November 2020 at The Sheraton Centre Toronto Hotel. Regular Chairs Professors Derek Yellon, John Cunningham and Drs Peter Libby and Marc Pfeffer will be joined by local Canadian Chairs Dr Daniel Drucker, Dr Mansoor Husain & Dr Gary Lewis Professors, along with Brian Rayner and Mpiko Ntsekhe from the University of Cape Town to present a programme which brings together leading international researchers with regional experts who are at the forefront of discovery. To register interest in attending please visit the EVENT WEBSITE. To sponsor please contact email@example.com.
Continuing in 2020
Cardiology, Diabetes & Nephrology at the Limits 2020
Saturday, 31 October - Sunday, 1 November
The annual Cardiology, Diabetes & Nephrology at the Limits meeting has been rescheduled because of the COVID-19 situation and it will now take place in London on Saturday, 31 October & Sunday, 1 November 2020. The meeting will continue to consider the changes in treatment options which are becoming available, and examine the long-term development of groundbreaking discoveries which are shaping the cardio-metabolic landscape. CDNATL London is a carbon neutral event. To register interest in attending, click HERE.
Cardiology, Diabetes & Nephrology at the Limits Brazil 2020
Monday, 14 - Tuesday, 15 December 2020
São Paulo, Brazil
The hugely successful Cardiology, Diabetes & Nephrology at the Limits meeting, which has been held in the UK and South Africa for over 20 years added a meeting at Campinas University, São Paulo, in 2019. The meeting will run again in 2020 on Monday, 14 & Tuesday, 15 December with Professors Andrei Sposito and Otavio Coelho again joining regular Chairs Derek Yellon, John Cunningham and Drs Peter Libby and Marc Pfeffer. They’ll be presenting a programme which brings together leading international researchers with regional experts who are at the forefront of discovery. To register interest in attending, click HERE. To sponsor please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Hatter Institute HORIZON GP’s conference is a one-day medical education meeting which once again will bring together a notable faculty of diabetes experts invited by Chairs Caroline Sayer, Caroline Smith and Professor Stephanie Baldeweg, who will consider new horizons in diabetes management in primary care. To register interest in attending, click HERE.
Monday, 7 December 2020
Returning in December 2020 for the third year, Professors Derek Yellon & Professor John Cunningham and Professor Stephanie Baldeweg present the 3rd annual Hatter Cardiovascular Institute Horizon conference. In previous years a capacity audience enjoyed presentations concentrating on the exciting new treatment options around GLP-1 & SGLT-2 inhibitor and during December 2020 the conference will again consider developments at the cutting edge of cardio-metabolic treatment.
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New for 2021
Tuesday, 20 & Wednesday, 21 April 2021
During May 2020 a new event will take place in London: Cell Therapy at the Limits. One of the fastest growing areas within Life Sciences, cell therapy is subject to huge investment across the globe. The meeting will welcome leading researchers and scientists to present the discoveries to an audience of clinical experts with an interest in the therapy options. To sponsor please contact email@example.com.
Continuing in 2021
Friday, 8 & Saturday, 9 January 2021
Multiple Sclerosis Nurses at the Limits continues in 2021 focusing on bringing the highest quality of leading edge education to the MS nursing community. Chaired by Karen Vernon, Richard Warner, Mary Fraser and Amy Harbour, the two-day meeting brings together a notable faculty of neurological specialists from the UK and Europe. Together they preview their latest discoveries, consider the likely impact on the clinic of tomorrow, and discuss and debate the pertinent issues which are affecting MS Nurses across the UK. To register interest in attending, click HERE.
Thursday, 28 & Friday, 29 January 2021
During January 2021 a world class faculty of MS research pioneers will again convene in London to present at the annual Multiple Sclerosis at the Limits conference. The Chairs, Professor Gavin Giovannoni (Barts, London), Professor William Carroll (University of Western Australia) & Professor Emmanuelle Waubant (UCSF) wrote: “We have developed an outstanding programme which will attract an expert audience of MS professionals from across the UK and beyond. Previous meetings were quickly oversubscribed and we recommend expressing your interest in 2021 attendance.” To register interest in attending, click HERE.
The 18th Malvern Diabetic Foot Conference
Wednesday, 12 – Friday, 14 May 2021
The 18th biennial Malvern Diabetic Foot conference has been rescheduled because of the COVID-19 situation and it will now take place in Malvern on Wednesday, 12 – Friday, 14 May 2021. The meeting will continue to welcome experts on the diabetic foot from up to 30 countries, predominantly North America and Western Europe.
This three day conference is designed to bring together physicians, surgeons, podiatrists, orthotists and nursing staff with a common interest in diabetic foot problems. It is anticipated that the conference will improve our understanding of this disease which represents one of the main causes for in-patient treatment amongst the diabetic population. Click here for full details.