The Future of Diabetes Care: The Critical Role of Diabetes Self-management Education

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The discussion will gather the perspectives of a diabetes clinician, an endocrinologist and a diabetes care and education specialist as they debate the role of the DSME and how it could improve both the clinical outcomes and the patients’ quality of life.

The session will include a live Q&A led by the moderator.

WHEN

MONDAY
NOVEMBER 21 2022

AT 10:00 AM (EST) , 4:00 PM (CET)
DURATION: 45 MINUTES

WHERE

This Diabetes Roundtable will be a live 45-minute virtual event, broadcasted in English. All registered attendees will receive an email providing a login link and instructions for how to participate. This event will be recorded for future watching by all registered attendees.

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This is a free, live-streamed event broadcasted in english. If you unable to attend at the schedule time, please register in advance so to access the recorded event at your convenience.

A FEW MORE DETAILS

DSME is internationally recognized as a fundamental step in the management of diabetes, preparatory for lifestyle and pharmacological therapy. Without an appropriate DSME, all other interventions to take care of people with diabetes will likely fail, especially in the long-term. Indeed, DSME is intended to facilitate the knowledge, decision-making and skills mastery necessary for optimal diabetes self-care and to incorporate the needs, goals and life experiences of the person with diabetes.

A successful management of diabetes depends on beneficial interactions between the patient and the care team. In this regard, the patient-healthcare professional communication is central to the DSME and it should be patient-centered using strength-based language and active listening. This patient-centered approach requires a close working relationship between the patient and clinicians involved in treatment planning. This interactive roundtable will be an opportunity to openly discuss the barriers to a person-centered diabetes management, their consequences and strategies to overcome obstacles, in order to establish a collaborative relationship with patients and to assess and address self-management difficulties.
This will be done also considering the impact of diabetes digitalization on the DSME, looking both at benefits and risks, which is a hot topic as the use of digital health technologies has rapidly grown and is likely to play a key role in diabetes management.

LEARNING OBJECTIVES

  • Clinical & practical importance of diabetes education/self-education
  • Supporting patient in their daily journey through diabetes management
  • Holistic approach in diabetes management

This information is intended solely for use by a healthcare professional. A healthcare professional must always rely on his or her own professional clinical judgment when deciding whether to prescribe, recommend or use a particular product when treating a particular patient. MTD Group does not dispense medical advice and recommends that healthcare professionals and patients, as applicable, be trained in the use of any particular product before using it. A healthcare professional must always refer to the package insert, product label and/or instructions for use before using any MTD Group product.

INTERNATIONAL SPEAKERS

Sara Sedaghat

MD, PhD (UAE)

Dr. Sara Sedaghat is an empathy-driven diabetes clinician focused on strategies for innovative diabetes management; with a history of living with T1DM for more than 17 years. A technological-driven strategic thinker able to draw patient engagement and management platforms providing support for people with diabetes and better patient-physician communication to improve standards of care through patient-centric collaborative care.
Dr. Sara Sedaghat is Deputy for Diabetes Education, research and development at Gabric Diabetes Education Association, Teheran, Iran – an NGO recognized by WHO, the only IDF center of Education in Iran (only 8 centers exists in MENA region), with more than 120.000 members all over the country, including 19.000 T1DM. At Gabric, Dr. Sara Sedaghat is responsible for providing and leading updated evidence-based diabetes education and training for physicians, multiple medical educational programs & scientific committees and multiple annual endocrinology fellowship diabetes training, focused on neglected areas of diabetes care and advancements in treatment and technologies; she is representative for GDEA in IDF, IR-MOH, Iranian Endocrinology societies and responsible for leading diabetes education development for PWD. She is also responsible for developing national diabetes management programs (HCPs & patients), in collaboration with Sanofi & Novo Nordisk and she is initiating and establishing the Psite1 (Peer Support Integrated Tele-education for T1DM) project, the first nation-wide diabetes tele-education program in the region.

Research & Publications: www.researchgate.net/profile/Sara_Sedaghat2

MODERATOR

Gary Scheiner

MS, CDCES (US)

An award-winning Certified Diabetes Educator, Masters-level Exercise Physiologist and person with type-1 diabetes since 1985, Gary Scheiner has dedicated his professional life to improving the lives of people with insulin-dependent diabetes. He was named 2014 Diabetes Educator of the year by the American Association of Diabetes Educators.

Gary earned a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology from Washington University in St. Louis and a Master of Science in Exercise Physiology from Benedictine University. He received his diabetes training with the world-renowned Joslin Diabetes Center. Gary serves on the faculty of Children With Diabetes and is an active volunteer for the American Diabetes Association, Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation, Diabetes Sisters and Setebaid Diabetes Camps. He also serves on the clinical advisory boards for several diabetes device manufacturers and pharmaceutical companies.

Gary has authored six books: You Can Control Diabetes (1997), Think Like A Pancreas (2004, 2012, 2020), The Ultimate Guide to Accurate Carb Counting (2007), Get Control of Your Blood Sugar (2009), Until There’s A Cure (2012), Practical CGM (2015) and Diabetes-How To Help (2018), as well as dozens of published articles (https://integrateddiabetes.com/published-articles-by-gary-scheiner/) related to diabetes education for consumer and trade magazines and diabetes websites. He speaks at local, national and international conferences on a multitude of topics in diabetes care. Gary is certified to train on all models of insulin pumps, continuous glucose monitors and hybrid closed loop systems, and has personally used every system that is currently on the market.

MODERATOR

Ernesto Maddaloni

MD, PhD (Italy)

An award-winning Certified Diabetes Educator, Masters-level Exercise Physiologist and person with type-1 diabetes since 1985, Gary Scheiner has dedicated his professional life to improving the lives of people with insulin-dependent diabetes. He was named 2014 Diabetes Educator of the year by the American Association of Diabetes Educators.

Gary earned a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology from Washington University in St. Louis and a Master of Science in Exercise Physiology from Benedictine University. He received his diabetes training with the world-renowned Joslin Diabetes Center. Gary serves on the faculty of Children With Diabetes and is an active volunteer for the American Diabetes Association, Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation, Diabetes Sisters and Setebaid Diabetes Camps. He also serves on the clinical advisory boards for several diabetes device manufacturers and pharmaceutical companies.

Gary has authored six books: You Can Control Diabetes (1997), Think Like A Pancreas (2004, 2012, 2020), The Ultimate Guide to Accurate Carb Counting (2007), Get Control of Your Blood Sugar (2009), Until There’s A Cure (2012), Practical CGM (2015) and Diabetes-How To Help (2018), as well as dozens of published articles (https://integrateddiabetes.com/published-articles-by-gary-scheiner/) related to diabetes education for consumer and trade magazines and diabetes websites. He speaks at local, national and international conferences on a multitude of topics in diabetes care. Gary is certified to train on all models of insulin pumps, continuous glucose monitors and hybrid closed loop systems, and has personally used every system that is currently on the market.

Gary Scheiner

MS, CDCES (US)

An award-winning Certified Diabetes Educator, Masters-level Exercise Physiologist and person with type-1 diabetes since 1985, Gary Scheiner has dedicated his professional life to improving the lives of people with insulin-dependent diabetes. He was named 2014 Diabetes Educator of the year by the American Association of Diabetes Educators.

Gary earned a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology from Washington University in St. Louis and a Master of Science in Exercise Physiology from Benedictine University. He received his diabetes training with the world-renowned Joslin Diabetes Center. Gary serves on the faculty of Children With Diabetes and is an active volunteer for the American Diabetes Association, Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation, Diabetes Sisters and Setebaid Diabetes Camps. He also serves on the clinical advisory boards for several diabetes device manufacturers and pharmaceutical companies.

Gary has authored six books: You Can Control Diabetes (1997), Think Like A Pancreas (2004, 2012, 2020), The Ultimate Guide to Accurate Carb Counting (2007), Get Control of Your Blood Sugar (2009), Until There’s A Cure (2012), Practical CGM (2015) and Diabetes-How To Help (2018), as well as dozens of published articles (https://integrateddiabetes.com/published-articles-by-gary-scheiner/) related to diabetes education for consumer and trade magazines and diabetes websites. He speaks at local, national and international conferences on a multitude of topics in diabetes care. Gary is certified to train on all models of insulin pumps, continuous glucose monitors and hybrid closed loop systems, and has personally used every system that is currently on the market.

EVENT DETAILS

Date: 2022 Monday, November 21, 2022
Duration: 45 minutes
Time: 10:00 am EST, 4:00 pm CET

Language: English
Who can attend? Healthcare Professionals only
Registration: please register via this link

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