Exercising for Type 1 Diabetes (EXTOD) have once again joined with the Association of British Clinical Diabetologists (ABCD) to offer education focusing on type 1 diabetes and exercise.
This year to take into account the need for social distancing, we will deliver this education package as series of interactive early evening webinars and workshops. The events series will start on the 7 October 2020 and end on the 2 December 2020.
The revised programme takes into account feedback from previous years. It also takes into account feedback from other online conferences suggesting full-day online events are better split to short ones. For these reasons, the conference will be split into 7 and broadcast in the early evening across two months.
Sessions 1-3 will be webinars which outline the principles and practice of managing type 1 diabetes for exercise and the use of emerging technology to support diabetes management.
Sessions 4-6 will be interactive workshops. Participants will be able to choose 3 out of 7 on a first come first served basis. These will include paediatric advice, advance dietary advice, closed loop and technology, and how to set up and run your own type 1 diabetes sports clinic.
Session 7 will be a selection of cases which an expert panel (which will include patients) can talk through.
The webinars will be recorded and made available for people to watch at anytime.
- All events will be delivered online during the evening
- The events series starts on the 7 October 2020 and ends on 2 December 2020.
- View the full conference programme.
Why you should attend:
- Develop your knowledge
- Learn new ideas to take back into practice
- Facilitate better health outcomes for your patients
- Network with colleagues and peers
- Meet exhibitors and find out more about the latest technologies
- Earn CPD credits for attending
Who should attend:
- Diabetes Specialist Nurses
- Sports Physicians
- Registrars in training
Please also see event terms and conditions.
|JDRF is the leading charity dedicated to funding research to treat, prevent and cure type 1 diabetes. The organisation also provides support for people living with type 1 diabetes including materials on different aspects of life with the condition that are free for healthcare professionals to order and distribute. JDRF runs Type 1 Discovery Days where attendees can hear about the latest research and meet others affected by the condition.|
|Exercise for Type One Diabetes (EXTOD) is an association set up by Dr Rob Andrews and Parth Narendran that aims to improve our knowledge on the risk and benefits of exercise in type 1 diabetes as well as improving the advice that is given to patients with Type 1 diabetes on how to maintain their blood glucose in a safe range before, during and after exercise. For more information about EXTOD please visit extodorg.ipage.com|
|The Association of British Clinical Diabetologists (ABCD Diabetes Care Ltd) is the national organisation of Consultant Physicians in Britain who specialise in the management of Diabetes Mellitus. ABCD was established in 1997 with the principal objective of ensuring high quality care for all UK diabetes patients. ABCD is a professional organisation committed to the preservation and support of diabetes specialist care services through the provision of research, education and ongoing professional development. For more information visit https://abcd.care/|