Diabetes tech and talk: innovation and integration in diabetes clinical care, self-management and prevention

Event Name Diabetes tech and talk: innovation and integration in diabetes clinical care, self-management and prevention
Start Date 18 May 2018
End Date 19 May 2018
Duration 2 days
Description

Join us for this two day forum. A full and informative program, with presentations from National and International speakers, including:

  • Professor Ed Fisher - Gillings School of Global Public Health University of North Carolina;
  • Professor Denice Feig - University of Toronto;
  • Sophia Zoungas, President - Australian Diabetes Society;
  • Professor Brian Oldenburg - University of Melbourne;
  • Professor Greg Kolt - Western Sydney University;
  • Professor Glen Maberly - Western Sydney Local Health District
  • Professor David Simmons - Western Sydney University

Day 1 - May 18 2018: Human Factors

  • peer support,
  • community activation
  • health system changes

Day 2 - May 19 2018: Technology and:

  • daily diabetes
  • clinical management.

This forum will also provide an important networking opportunity for primary and secondary care health professionals, researchers and policy workers.

Date: Friday 18 May – Saturday 19 May 2018

Venue: Rydges, 15 Old Menangle Rd, Campbelltown

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Poster Presentations

The organising committee is inviting submissions for poster presentation proposals from clinicians, researchers and students for the forum. Research posters should highlight research in topics relevant to obesity and diabetes including the categories of basic science, clinical science, patient education and self-management, technology, peer support, professional education, psychological care, clinical care and case reports.

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For further information, please contact:

Rhonda Willis: r.willis@westernsydney.edu.au | 4634 4581, or
Simone Bennetts: Simone.Bennetts@health.nsw.gov.au | 4634 3869