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Diabetes Update Day 2018

Diabetes Update Day 2018

Diabetes NSW & ACT

Saturday, 17 November 2018 from 8:00 am to 4:00 pm (AEDT)

Ticket Information

Ticket Type Sales End Price * Fee Quantity
Health Professional Members 16/11/2018 $175.00 $0.00
General Admission 16/11/2018 $195.00 $0.00
* Prices include GST

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Event Details

Join more than 300 delegates and Australia’s leading experts in diabetes to discuss the future of managing diabetes, preventing and treating complications and clinical best practice.

Speakers and topics:

  • Professor Neville Owen - Sitting at Work with Diabetes: Evidence and Opportunities
  • Lucy Casson - Diabetes Technology - What's new and upcoming
  • Professor Stephen Twigg - Fatty liver in diabetes and pre-diabetes: why is it common, does it matter, and how can it be managed?
  • Fiona Sutherland - Disentangling Diets from Diabetes
  • Geoff Sussman - The How and Why of Wounds and Diabetes and the Management Issues
  • Margaret McGill AM - Pharmacological and Non-Pharmacological approaches to hyperglycaemia
  • Samantha Hocking - New Medications

Price

$195.00 for full price general admission tickets*

Diabetes NSW & ACT Health Professional members receive a $20 discount.

*Entry to the event and the program is valued at over $500 and is brought to you for this price thanks to NDSS subsiding.

More information on Diabetes NSW & ACT Health Professional Memberships

Don’t miss this one-day seminar!

Places are limited and bookings are essential.
Register online now or call 1300 136 588.

More about Diabetes Update Day:
Every year Diabetes NSW & ACT brings together current and future leaders in the field of diabetes. Diabetes is Australia’s fast growing chronic disease and a leading cause of heart attack, stroke, kidney disease, limb amputation, depression, anxiety, and blindness but it doesn’t have to be this way. With a focus on prevention, early detection, optimal treatment and effective ongoing support and management people living with diabetes can live a full and healthy life. This conference brings together the frontline health care professionals to learn, build networks and to discuss new ideas.

Who should attend?
The organising committee has designed a program suitable for a range of health professionals including; Nurses, Diabetes Educators, Podiatrists, Pharmacists, Dietitians, General Practitioners, Exercise Physiologists and other allied health professionals.

CPD Points Update:

ADEA (Australian Diabetes Educators Association) - Pending Application

ACN Australian College of Nursing) Pending Application

DAA (Dietitians Association of Australia) Self Assessed 

RACGP (The Royal Australian College of General Practitioners) Pending Application

APODC (Australian Podiatry Association) Self Assessed 

PSA (Pharmaceutical Society of Australia) Pending Application

ESSA (Exercise & Sports Science Australia) Pending Application

DC (Dietitian Connection) Pending Application

No refunds will be given under any circumstances, unless the event is cancelled, rescheduled or significantly relocated by the organiser.

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The National Diabetes Services Scheme (NDSS) is an initiative of the Australian Government administered by Diabetes Australia.The NDSS agent in New South Wales is Diabetes NSW & ACT. In NSW, syringes and disposable needles under this scheme are co-funded by the NSW Department of Health. In the ACT, syringes and disposable needles under this scheme are co-funded by the ACT Department of Health.

Have questions about Diabetes Update Day 2018? Contact Diabetes NSW & ACT

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Hilton Hotel Sydney
488 George Street
Sydney, NSW 2000
Australia

Saturday, 17 November 2018 from 8:00 am to 4:00 pm (AEDT)


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