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Let’s get REAL with Diabetes Challenges and Glucose Sensors

Join experts to explore real-life questions that healthcare providers face when using real-time glucose sensors.

Is diabetes data overwhelming you? How to survive and thrive now that rtCGM is a standard of care
Ms. Lori Berard & Mr. Rick Siemens
Skin in the game: How can we preserve skin integrity for sustained device use?
Dr. Laurel Messer
Does rtCGM make sense in T2DM? Practical approaches to improve self management skills using technology
Dr. Jeremy Gilbert & Ms. Gabrielle Schmid
Help! Transition from pediatric to adult diabetes care: How can we make this a better experience for all?
Dr. Rayzel Shulman & Dr. Anne-Sophie Brazeau
Getting REAL with Food and Technology: Strategies to Keep the JOY in Eating
Ms. Alanna Chambers & Ms. Lisa Marie deMolitor
Does technology improve glycemic outcomes and reduce the burden of care for families living with T1?
Dr. Karen McAssey
How can we efficiently identify glucose patterns in CGM reports and work TOGETHER to tackle glycemic variability
Dr. Ilana J Halperin & Ms. Alanna Chambers
Friday, June 17
12:15 pm ET
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How can we efficiently identify glucose patterns in CGM reports and work TOGETHER to tackle glycemic variability


Reviewing and discussing CGM reports has the potential to be very time consuming. In this session you will practice efficiently matching the most common glycemic patterns to REAL life CGM examples. Presenters will share a few key questions that may help providers work together with the person with diabetes to identify and address common causes of glucose variability and improve time in range.

Ilana J Halperin, MD, FRCPC

Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre
University of Toronto Associate Professor, University of Toronto

Ilana Halperin MD, MSc, FRCPC is a staff physician at Sunnybrook hospital and assistant professor at the University of Toronto. Dr. Halperin completed her MD at the University of Western Ontario, and her internal medicine and endocrinology training… View Speaker’s Full Bio


Alanna Chambers, RD, CDE, CPT

Independent Insulin Pump Trainer & Diabetes Educator

Alanna Chambers is a Registered Dietitian and Certified Diabetes Educator from Kelowna, BC. Since completing her training at McGill University, she has focussed her career on type 1 diabetes and technology… View Speaker’s Full Bio

Friday, June 17, 12:15 pm ET
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