NHS England Outstanding Contribution Award for Services in Diabetes

WINNER

Dr Lalantha Leelarathna

This award recognises an individual  for their sterling work to improve diabetes care.
NHS England are always grateful for the efforts the whole diabetes community put forward to improve care and this award recognises one individual for their efforts during this year

Lalantha qualified from University of Colombo, Sri Lanka in 1998. He has worked as senior house officer Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital (2002 to 2005); specialist registrar diabetes, endocrinology and general internal medicine, London Deanery including Guys and St Thomas’ hospitals (2005 to 2010) and has a Masters in Diabetes and Endocrinology from Kings College, London. PhD thesis “Improving Glucose Control and Reducing the Burden of Hypoglycaemia: Use of Novel Diabetes Technology in Type 1 Diabetes and Critical Illness”, University Of Cambridge, Cambridge, UK; awarded 2014.

He is currently consultant Diabetologist at Manchester University NHS Foundation Trust.

His special interests include insulin pump therapy, continuous glucose monitoring, closed-loop insulin delivery, transition and Type 1 Diabetes.

He is internationally recognised for research in diabetes technology with 60+ publications in leading diabetes journals. Key research areas: Type 1 diabetes, Insulin pump therapy, closed-loop (Artificial Pancreas) and continuous glucose monitoring.


Quality In Care Diabetes

  • 2020 KEY DATES
  • Open for entry: Wednesday 18 March 2020
  • Entry deadline: Friday 29 May 2020
  • Judging day: Thursday 16 July 2020
  • Awards ceremony: Thursday 15 October 2020
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