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THERAPEUTIC INERTIA AND INSULIN INJECTIONS, WHAT’S THE RELATIONSHIP?
5th INTERNATIONAL DIABETES WORKSHOP
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Thursday, December 2nd 4 pm (CET); 10 am (EST)
This event will be hosted online. All registered participants will receive an email with a link and instruction how to participate.
- To define therapeutic inertia
- To review ADA clinical treatment guidelines with a focus on injectable therapy
- To understand the barriers of starting and staying on insulin in T2D
- To review the 3 components of the injection experience and how clinicians can help people with diabetes reimagine their injection experience
- To provide updates and insights on hot topics such as lipohypertropy, continuity of care, and COVID-19 hyperglycemia induced 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.
MD, PhD (Italy)
Dr Ernesto Maddaloni is currently Assistant Professor of Endocrinology and Diabetes at Sapienza University of Rome, Italy. His research interests focus on the study of aging adults with autoimmune diabetes and the interplay between vascular complications, bone health and autoimmunity.
He joined the Vascular Cell Biology Section of the Joslin Diabetes Center (Harvard Medical School) for a Post-Doctoral Research Fellowship in 2014 and the Diabetes Trial Unit of the University of Oxford in 2017 as a mentee of the European Foundation for the Study of Diabetes (EFSD) Future Leaders Mentorship Program, to actively pursuing his studies on clinical diabetes, cardiovascular outcomes and novel diabetes complications.
Dr Maddaloni has been a study investigator and coordinator for several national and international clinical trials and has published as lead author in several top-ranked peer-reviewed international medical journals (for publication list see: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/myncbi/1xGOuoCbV1uAs/bibliography/public/).
His scientific achievements have been recognized with several awards, including the 2015 Albert Renold Fellowship from the European Foundation for the Study of Diabetes, the 2017 (under 32) and 2021 (under 35) Young Investigator Awards from the Italian Society of Endocrinology (SIE), the 2017 Early Investigator Award from the Endocrine Society (USA) and the 2020 Young (under 35) Investigator Award from the Italian Society of Diabetes (SID).
MS, RDN, CDCES, LDN, FADCES (US)
Joanne Rinker is a certified diabetes care and education specialist and Master’s level dietitian. She has her BS and MS in Human Nutrition from West Virginia University. Joanne has been a Registered Dietitian and certified diabetes care and education specialist for over 20 years. Rinker started her career in practice as a quality coordinator for a DSMES service and has been serving people with diabetes and diabetes care and education specialists ever since. She started her public health career with the North Carolina Diabetes Prevention and Control Program in May 2007 through July 2013. During those six years, she worked on the implementation and facilitation of the North Carolina Diabetes Education Recognition Program. As the program coordinator, Joanne was instrumental in building the largest American Diabetes Association (ADA) recognized site in the nation.
In 2012, Joanne was named the American Association of Diabetes Educators (AADE – now called Association of Diabetes Care and Education Specialists, ADCES) 2013 Diabetes Educator of the Year and used that opportunity to spread the word about the relationship between diabetes, hearing loss and depression. She served on the ADCES Board of Directors 2015-2017 and became an ADCES Spokesperson in January of 2016. She is currently the Senior Director of Practice, Content and Learning at ADCES.
Joanne was the North Carolina Public Health Association President 2013-2014, is a graduate of the Bernstein Fellowship 2015 class and has been published and presented on the national level for both ADCES and ADA.
- When: Thu, December 2 2021 | 4 PM CET I 10 AM EST
- Duration: 2 hours 30 minutes
- Language: English
- Who can attend? Healthcare Professionals only
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