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New to CGM
Continuous glucose sensors: A roadmap for use in primary care
Dr. Akshay Jain
Friday, February 5
3:15 pm EST (12:15 pm PST)
Adults
Alert! Test your skills in adjusting RT-CGM settings
Dr. Jeremy Gilbert
Thursday, February 11
12:15 pm EST
New to CGM
Continuous glucose sensors: A roadmap for use in primary care
Dr. Alice Cheng
Friday, March 5
12:15 pm EST
Peds
Pediatric roadmap to automated insulin delivery: Clinical pearls for supporting Dexcom G6 users
Dr. Daniel DeSalvo
Friday, March 12
12:15 pm EST
Continuous glucose sensors: A roadmap for use in primary care
Dr. Akshay Jain

Description

This session will focus on identifying the primary care patient who can benefit from new continuous glucose sensors with alerts to prevent hypoglycemia and practice interpreting sensor data reports to adjust treatment.


Akshay Jain, MD, FRCPC, FACE, CCD, ECNU, DABIM, DABOM

Endocrinologist, Fraser River Endocrinology, Surrey, BC

Dr. Akshay Jain is the first Canadian physician to be triple board-certified by the American Boards in Endocrinology, Internal Medicine and Obesity Medicine… View Speaker’s Full Bio

Friday, February 5, 3:15 pm EST (12:15 pm PST)
Alert! Test your skills in adjusting RT-CGM settings
Dr. Jeremy Gilbert

Description

This session will focus on developing clinician skill and practice in adjusting alert settings to help keep people safe and improve time in range.


Jeremy Gilbert, MD, FRCPC

Associate Professor, University of Toronto
Endocrinology and Metabolism, Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre, Toronto, ON

Dr. Jeremy Gilbert completed his medical degree, internal medicine training and endocrinology residency at the University of Toronto… View Speaker’s Full Bio

Thursday, February 11, 12:15 pm EST
Continuous glucose sensors: A roadmap for use in primary care
Dr. Alice Cheng

Description

This session will focus on identifying the primary care patient who can benefit from new continuous glucose sensors with alerts to prevent hypoglycemia and practice interpreting sensor data reports to adjust treatment.


Alice Cheng, MD, FRCPC

Endocrinologist
Credit Valley Hospital and St. Michael’s Hospital Associate Professor, Dept of Medicine,
University of Toronto, Toronto, ON

Dr. Cheng is a member of the Division of Endocrinology and Metabolism at Credit Valley Hospital in Mississauga and St. Michael’s Hospital in Toronto and is an Associate Professor in the Department of Medicine at the University of Toronto… View Speaker’s Full Bio

Friday, March 5, 12:15 pm EST
Pediatric roadmap to automated insulin delivery: Clinical pearls for supporting Dexcom G6 users
Dr. Daniel DeSalvo

Description

Dr. Dan last presented in our 2020 Fall series and is back popular demand. Dr. Dan is frequently involved in research trials for emerging AID systems and has a wealth of clinical experience with the currently available and emerging systems. In this session he will share clinical tips for supporting children and youth along the path from starting and using real-time continuous glucose monitoring (RT-CGM) to considering an automated insulin delivery (AID) system. Based on his US experience over the last few years using the Basal-IQ and Control-IQ systems, Dr. Dan will also share his clinical pearls for success in the transition to AID with the Dexcom G6 sensor.


Daniel DeSalvo, MD

Assistant Professor of Pediatrics
Director of Strategic Collaboration, Texas Children’s Diabetes & Endocrine Care Center
Type 1 Diabetes Clinic Lead, Baylor College of Medicine/Texas Children’s Hospital

Daniel DeSalvo, MD (or Dr. Dan as his patients call him) is an Assistant Professor of Pediatrics in the Section of Diabetes and Endocrinology at Baylor College of Medicine/Texas Children’s Hospital… View Speaker’s Full Bio

Friday, March 12, 12:15 pm EST
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