2021 ADEA-VIC Branch Conference

Call for Abstracts

Registration
Program
Speakers
Sponsors
Venue

Call for abstracts open to 9.00am Monday 19 April 2021. For details click here.

Preliminary Program

(may be subject to change)

Friday 4 June 2021
  Registration
 5.00-6.30pm Concurrent Workshops

Setting Up in Private Practice – Ann Morris, RN CDE & Olga Lutzko, RN NP CDE

This workshop will be facilitated by ADEA members experienced in running a private Credentialled Diabetes Educator practice. They will share their knowledge and experiences. Delegates will then be assisted to develop a business plan for their own diabetes education private practice with resources and networks provided.

Diabetes and Foot Care – Thuy Enright, Registered Podiatrist, Advanced Practicing Podiatrists – High Risk Foot Group

This will be an interactive workshop discussing what we can do as Diabetic Educators for our patient’s foot health, care and preventative measures. We will be covering: the important questions to ask patients, the red flags during visual inspections, the referral pathway options, hands on practice on arterial assessment and monofilament testing and the available foot health resources.

Saturday 5 June 2021
8.00am Registration
8.30am Welcome and Housekeeping – Ms Fran Brown, 2020 VIC CDE of the Year – Master of Ceremonies
8.35am Diabetes and Renal Health – Dr Vivian Grill, Endocrinologist, Head of Metabolic Bone Disorders Clinic, Western Health
9.25am Care for People with an Intellectual Disability and Diabetes – Ms Patricia Marshall, APD, CDE Curtin University, Chair of working group for NDSS funded project developing resources on Caring for People with an Intellectual Disability and Diabetes
10.10am MORNING TEA
10.30am Oral Abstract Presentations
11.05am Hypoglycaemia – why does it matter? – Ms Simone Patterson, Diabetes Clinical Nurse Consultant/Credentialled Diabetes Educator & endorsed Nurse Practitioner, Austin Health, Melbourne
11.55am Less Common Types of Diabetes – Professor Jerry Greenfield, Endocrinologist & Clinical researcher; Head of Department of Endocrinology and Director, Diabetes Services, St Vincent’s Hospital, Sydney
12.40pm LUNCH
1.20pm Gastroparesis and Diabetes – Professor Michael Horowitz, Professor of Medicine, University of Adelaide, Director of Endocrine & Metabolic Unit, Royal Adelaide Hospital
2.10pm Gastroparesis – case studies discussion: – Ms Cheryl Steele, Clinical Nurse Consultant RN CDE (facilitator);

Panellists

• Ms Michelle Robins, RN, NP, CDE
• Mr Cameron Johnson, APD
• Professor Michael Horowitz, Professor of Medicine

3.10pm National Office update – Ms Susan Davidson, ADEA CEO
3.30pm Wrap up and close
3.40-5.00pm Networking

Speakers

Fran Brown, Master of Ceremonies Fran completed the Graduate Certificate in Diabetes Education in 1999. She has been working in private practice with a group of endocrinologists since 2007, and also provides diabetes education to inpatients at Warringal Private Hospital. Fran has a special interest in diabetes technologies, and supporting patients to master them. Fran was thrilled to be awarded the Victorian CDE of the Year in 2020.

Sponsors


Gold

Silver

Bronze

Venue

The conference is being held face to face and online.

The conference is being held in the President’s Room at the GMHBA Stadium at Level 2, Brownlow Stand. Entry via Gate 14 (glass doors to the Cats Shop/Charles & Co Café).

Various accommodation options are available close to the venue.  These include:

Car Parking:

Free carparking is available throughout the Kardinia Park Precinct. The closest carpark to the venue is areas are A10 & A3 (view map here).

COVID-19 Policies and Practices

 

2021 ADEA-VIC Branch Conference

Call for Abstracts

Registration
Program
Speakers
Sponsors
Venue

Call for abstracts open to 9.00am Monday 19 April 2021. For details click here.

Preliminary Program

(may be subject to change)

Friday 4 June 2021
  Registration
 5.00-6.30pm Concurrent Workshops

Setting Up in Private Practice – Ann Morris, RN CDE & Olga Lutzko, RN NP CDE

This workshop will be facilitated by ADEA members experienced in running a private Credentialled Diabetes Educator practice. They will share their knowledge and experiences. Delegates will then be assisted to develop a business plan for their own diabetes education private practice with resources and networks provided.

Diabetes and Foot Care – Thuy Enright, Registered Podiatrist, Advanced Practicing Podiatrists – High Risk Foot Group

This will be an interactive workshop discussing what we can do as Diabetic Educators for our patient’s foot health, care and preventative measures. We will be covering: the important questions to ask patients, the red flags during visual inspections, the referral pathway options, hands on practice on arterial assessment and monofilament testing and the available foot health resources.

Saturday 5 June 2021
8.00am Registration
8.30am Welcome and Housekeeping – Ms Fran Brown, 2020 VIC CDE of the Year – Master of Ceremonies
8.35am Diabetes and Renal Health – Dr Vivian Grill, Endocrinologist, Head of Metabolic Bone Disorders Clinic, Western Health
9.25am Care for People with an Intellectual Disability and Diabetes – Ms Patricia Marshall, APD, CDE Curtin University, Chair of working group for NDSS funded project developing resources on Caring for People with an Intellectual Disability and Diabetes
10.10am MORNING TEA
10.30am Oral Abstract Presentations
11.05am Hypoglycaemia – why does it matter? – Ms Simone Patterson, Diabetes Clinical Nurse Consultant/Credentialled Diabetes Educator & endorsed Nurse Practitioner, Austin Health, Melbourne
11.55am Less Common Types of Diabetes – Professor Jerry Greenfield, Endocrinologist & Clinical researcher; Head of Department of Endocrinology and Director, Diabetes Services, St Vincent’s Hospital, Sydney
12.40pm LUNCH
1.20pm Gastroparesis and Diabetes – Professor Michael Horowitz, Professor of Medicine, University of Adelaide, Director of Endocrine & Metabolic Unit, Royal Adelaide Hospital
2.10pm Gastroparesis – case studies discussion: – Ms Cheryl Steele, Clinical Nurse Consultant RN CDE (facilitator);

Panellists

• Ms Michelle Robins, RN, NP, CDE
• Mr Cameron Johnson, APD
• Professor Michael Horowitz, Professor of Medicine

3.10pm National Office update – Ms Susan Davidson, ADEA CEO
3.30pm Wrap up and close
3.40-5.00pm Networking

Speakers

Fran Brown, Master of Ceremonies Fran completed the Graduate Certificate in Diabetes Education in 1999. She has been working in private practice with a group of endocrinologists since 2007, and also provides diabetes education to inpatients at Warringal Private Hospital. Fran has a special interest in diabetes technologies, and supporting patients to master them. Fran was thrilled to be awarded the Victorian CDE of the Year in 2020.

Sponsors


Gold

Silver

Bronze

Venue

The conference is being held face to face and online.

The conference is being held in the President’s Room at the GMHBA Stadium at Level 2, Brownlow Stand. Entry via Gate 14 (glass doors to the Cats Shop/Charles & Co Café).

Various accommodation options are available close to the venue.  These include:

Car Parking:

Free carparking is available throughout the Kardinia Park Precinct. The closest carpark to the venue is areas are A10 & A3 (view map here).

COVID-19 Policies and Practices