2019 ADEA-TAS Branch Seminar
|Friday 15 November 2019|
|12.00-1.00pm||Trade Displays and Registration|
|1.00-1.05pm||Welcome and Housekeeping
|1.05-1.55pm||Microbiome and Health: Connections with Diabetes – Professor Katie Flanagan|
|1.55-2.55pm||Workshop – Accuracy of Data
This will be an insightful and practical workshop. The main focus will be to discuss the importance of accuracy in blood glucose monitoring and sharing the real and practical implications for people who are self-monitoring. It will also cover Continuous Glucose Monitoring and Flash Glucose Monitoring – and where applicable the importance of using the most accurate Blood Glucose Monitoring for calibration.
Sponsored by Ascensia Diabetes Care
|2.55-3.15pm||Afternoon Tea and Trade Displays|
|3.15-4.05pm||Diabetes and Exercise – Dr. Agata Piotrowicz|
|Professor Katie Flanagan||Professor Katie Flanagan BA (Hons) MBBS DTM&H PhD FRCP(UK) FRACP is a clinician scientist with an international reputation in the field of vaccine immunology. She is Director of Clinical Infectious Diseases in Northern Tasmania, Director of the Clifford Craig Vaccine Trial Centre, Clinical Professor at the University of Tasmania, Adjunct Professor in the School of Health and Biomedical Science at RMIT University and Adjunct Associate Professor in the Dept of Immunology and Pathology at Monash University.|
|Dr Agata Piotrowicz||Dr Piotrowicz is an Endocrinologist at Launceston General Hospital.|
The venue is the Launceston Conference Centre, 50 Glen Dhu St, South Launceston
Free car parking is available and is available to all visitors on a first come first served basis.