National obesity conference: One week to go

Just one week to go until the inaugural Obesity & Weight Management Alliance conference, promising extensive learning opportunities for healthcare professionals at all levels of expertise.

Ensuring UK healthcare professionals are well equipped to tackle the increasing pressures associated with the rising obesity rates across the UK, the conference will be held on May 17, at the National Conference Centre Birmingham.

The event’s packed agenda covers the causes and consequences of obesity, weight loss and maintenance, the impact of obesity on pregnancy outcomes, type 2 diabetes, surgical treatment, heart failure, integrated care and pharmacotherapy. Each speaker brings a wealth of expertise and insight, ensuring attendees receive comprehensive and cutting-edge information.

Created to be an enriching and educational experience for healthcare professionals, all the sessions will provide attendees with free CPD-accredited education, contributing to their professional development requirements and helping them stay up to date with the latest research and best practice.

Event Manager Emily Mayhew said: “With over 300 healthcare professionals already signed up, attendees will have the opportunity to hear from world-class leading specialists, expand their knowledge, network with peers, and contribute to a community dedicated to healthcare innovation.”

Organised by Orange Juice Communications, entry to the conference is free, but places must be booked in advance at

To see the full agenda, visit

Event organisers Orange Juice Communications has received funding by means of sponsorship to support the delivery of the conference from multiple sponsors. The sponsors have had no editorial input or control over the agenda, content development or choice of speakers, nor opportunity to influence except for the sponsored symposia presentations.

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