2019 ADEA – TAS Branch Seminar
|Saturday 4 May 2019|
|12.00-1.00pm||Trade Displays and registration|
|1.00-1.05pm||Welcome and Housekeeping
|1.05-2.00pm||What’s new in diabetes? Policy, pills and potions – Associate Professor Gary Kilov
This presentation will provide an update on guidelines, medications and research.
|2.00-3.00pm||Workshop – Let’s Talk Clinical!
Presented by Dr Pascale Bridge, HCP Liaison Manager, Abbott Diabetes Care
An overview of the clinical papers supporting the use of Flash Glucose Monitoring and Ambulatory Glucose Profile (AGP) in the daily management of Diabetes.
|3.00-3.30pm||Afternoon Tea and Trade Displays|
|3.30-4.00pm||Adult diabetes: 5 Novel subgroups and what this means for clinical practice – Associate Professor Gary Kilov
An exploration of the evolving understanding of diabetes and how this might shape clinical care.
|Associate Professor Gary Kilov is a founding member of both The Royal Australian College of General Practitioners (RACGP) Diabetes specific interest group and the Primary Care Diabetes Society of Australia (PCDSA). He is a contributor to the RACGP diabetes handbook (2012-20)
He is a member of several NDSS (National Diabetes Services Scheme) Expert Reference Groups.
He is the past Editor-in-Chief of the PCDSA journal.
Associate Professor Kilov shares his time between Launceston working with the full spectrum of people with diabetes and obesity related conditions and providing peer to peer and medical undergraduate education on diabetes and related conditions.
He is involved in undergraduate and postgraduate education both within Australia and internationally. He is widely published in peer reviewed journals on topics covering diabetes, obesity and respiratory medicine.
The venue is the Grange Meeting and Function Centre, 4 Commonwealth Lane, Campbell Town Tasmania 7210
Date: Friday 18 October 2019
Venue: The Grange Meeting & Function Centre, Commonwealth Lane Campbell Town, Tasmania 7210
Key presenters and Topics:
- Microbiome and Health with a section on the connection with diabetes with Professor Katie Flanagan
- Exercise and Diabetes with Dr Agata Protrowicz