TAKING EVIDENCE INTO THE CLINIC: PRACTICAL GUIDANCE TO IMPROVING DIABETES CARE
|Event Date/Time: Oct 20, 2009|
Recent outcome trials have broadened our understanding of diabetes. Now it is imperative that we consider the practical implications of the latest clinical evidence to ensure better outcomes for our patients.
Join us for what promises to be an inspirational discussion where we will:
â€¢ Provide practical advice on how to individualize treatment in type 2 diabetes.
â€¢ Outline the most appropriate glycemic targets and management strategies for specific patient sub-groups in the context of recent data.
â€¢ Consider how the barriers preventing optimal daily management of type 1 diabetes can be overcome.
â€¢ Present practical recommendations that will help patients to achieve and maintain effective glycemic control while minimizing their risk of hypoglycemia.
Welcome and introduction
Stefano Del Prato, Italy and Lawrence Leiter, Canada (co-chairs)
Translating clinical trials into clinical practice
Clifford Bailey, UK
Optimum care in type 2 diabetes: does one size fit all?
James LaSalle, USA
Reducing risk in type 1 diabetes â€“ a practical approach
Jay Skyler, USA
Panel Discussion with members of the Global Partnership for Effective Diabetes Management
Founded in 2004, the Global Partnership for Effective Diabetes Management is a multidisciplinary taskforce of international experts committed to improving outcomes for people with diabetes.
G. Alberti (UK), P. Aschner (Colombia), C. Bailey (UK), L. Blonde (USA), S. Del Prato (Italy), A-M. Felton (UK), R. Gomis (Spain), E. Horton (USA), J. LaSalle (USA), H-K. Lee (Korea), L. Leiter (Canada), S. Matthaei(Germany), M. McGill (Australia), N. Munro (UK),
R. Nesto (USA), J. Skyler (USA), P. Zimmet (Australia), B. Zinman (Canada).