1: Anthony Barnett: Complications and costs of diabetes 2: Sarah Steven and Roy Taylor: Pathophysiology of Type 2 Diabetes 3: Cristina Bianchi and Stefano Del Prato: Interpretation of recent clinical trials concerning tight glycaemic control and vascular risk 4: Gayatri Sreemantula, Santosh Shankarnarayan and Jiten Vora: Pharmacotherapy in type 2 diabetes: clinical evidence 5: Miles Fisher: Multiple cardiovascular risk intervention 6: Katarina Kos and John P. H. Wilding: Diet, exercise and other lifestyle factors 7: Roger Gadsby: Managing glycaemia - current oral agents 8: Clifford J. Bailey and Caroline Day: Managing glycaemia: recently introduced and future therapies 9: Rajesh Peter, Richard A. Chudleigh, David R. Owens and Anthony Barnett.: Management of type 2 diabetes and Insulin 10: Cathy E. Lloyd, Jill Hill, Jackie Webb and Abd A Tahrani: Challenges to good diabetes care
Anthony H. Barnett is Senior Academic/Professor of Medicine at the University of Birmingham and Clinical Director of Diabetes and Endocrinology at the Heart of England NHS Foundation Trust, Birmingham. Prof. Barnett has significant involvement in both undergraduate and postgraduate teaching and was formerly lead for 4th year undergraduate students. He is past editor of many education-based journals aimed at primary care, including Modern Diabetes Management, Modern Hypertension Management, Obesity in Practice and Practical Cardiovascular Risk Management. He has been an examiner for the University of Birmingham and the Open University and has supervised over 40 PhD and MD students for their higher doctorates. He has published widely (over 500 publications), both in peer reviewed journals and has edited books and book chapters. He also regularly gives advice to the National Institute for Health and Clinical Excellence (NICE) and The European Medicines Agency.