EDUCATIONAL SERIES

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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.

Upcoming Live Sessions

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Peds
One Size Fits Nobody
Dr. Katharine Barnard-Kelly
Friday, October 14
12:00 pm ET
Peds
From Menses to Menopause: Riding the Glucose Rollercoaster
Dr. Ilana J Halperin & Dr. Jane Yardley
Friday, November 25
12:00 pm ET
Peds
Hungry Caterpillars: Tips for Navigating Technology Use in Tots
Dr. Daniel DeSalvo
Friday, December 2
12:00 pm ET
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Watch Recordings of Past Sessions

All sessions are recorded live and available to watch at your own pace if you missed the live webinar. Here are some popular past sessions.
Peds
Is diabetes data overwhelming you? How to survive and thrive now that rtCGM is a standard of care
Ms. Lori Berard & Mr. Rick Siemens
52 minutes
Peds
The impact of food on glucose trends
Ms. Alanna Chambers & Ms. Lorraine Anderson
1 hour and 5 minutes
Peds
Assessing the glucose profile & identifying glucose trends
Dr. Ilana J Halperin & Dr. Stacy Zahanova
51 minutes
One Size Fits Nobody

Description

Experiences with diabetes technology are unique to each person with diabetes. What works for someone today may not work tomorrow. How can we assess where a person sits on the seesaw of diabetes technology burden and benefit from day-to-day and decade to decade? We have an answer! This session will share real life stories, a visual tool to guide conversations on benefit/burden and practical tips to support people as they find their best fit with diabetes technology.


Dr. Katharine Barnard-Kelly, PhD, CPsychol, AFBPsS

Professor of Health Psychology

Katharine Barnard-Kelly, Professor of Health Psychology, specializes in the psychosocial impact and management of illness and long-term conditions. Her longstanding research career spans models of healthcare, process evaluation, quality of life, psychosocial impact, psychological burden and their relationship with biomedical outcomes… View Speaker’s Full Bio

Friday, October 14, 12:00 pm ET
From Menses to Menopause: Riding the Glucose Rollercoaster

Description

Ever changing hormone levels create yet another glycemic variability curveball. Glucose fluctuations are often seen throughout the menstrual cycle and into menopause. What are the diabetes challenges unique to the experience of being female? Great question! This session will follow women through their daily lives to uncover their unique glycemic patterns and strategize solutions to empower them to find balance as they navigate the glucose and life event rollercoaster.


Dr. Ilana J Halperin, MD, FRCPC

Endocrinologist, Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre
Assistant Professor, University of Toronto

Dr. Ilana Halperin is a full time staff physician and assistant professor in the job description of Clinician in Quality and Innovation at Sunnybrook Hospital and the University of Toronto. She has a large type 1 diabetes practice with a special interest in young adults and pregnant women… View Speaker’s Full Bio

 

Dr. Jane Yardley, PhD

Associate Professor of Physical Education
University of Alberta’s Augustana Faculty, Camrose

Jane Yardley, PhD, is an Associate Professor of Physical Education at the University of Alberta’s Augustana Faculty in Camrose, Alberta, and a member of the Alberta Diabetes Institute. She is a co-author of the 2016 American Diabetes Association Consensus Statement on Exercise and Physical Activity in diabetes… View Speaker’s Full Bio

Friday, November 25, 12:00 pm ET
Hungry Caterpillars: Tips for Navigating Technology Use in Tots

Description

Toddlers and young children by their nature are fully dependent on parents for daily (sometimes hourly) diabetes management. Do tots and their families have a unique perspective on diabetes technology? You bet! This session will share stories and practical strategies learned from the front lines of supporting families to navigate daily diabetes decisions across the rollercoaster of glucose, insulin, and emotional needs, all while balancing the benefits and burdens of technology.


Dr. Daniel DeSalvo, MD

Associate Professor, Pediatric Diabetes & Endocrinology, Baylor College of Medicine / Texas Children’s Hospital, Director, Strategic Collaboration
Texas Children’s Diabetes Care Center, Houston, Texas

Dr. DeSalvo is an Associate Professor of Pediatrics in the Division of Diabetes & Endocrinology at Baylor College of Medicine / Texas Children’s Hospital where he serves as Director of Strategic Collaboratives and Type 1 Diabetes Clinic Lead… View Speaker’s Full Bio

Friday, December 2, 12:00 pm ET
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