New for 2020:
We’re offering full-ride scholarships to a limited number of endocrinology students/fellows/residents and NP/PAs in training to the 2020 ATDC Conference. We will cover your airfare (up to $500), hotel (for 4 nights), and registration fees. Please email your CV to email@example.com with a brief letter answering why you’re interested in our program. Applications are due no later than January 31, 2020. We will contact the scholarship winners in February and you must register (with a special code) before the end of March.
This is an annual course designed to help healthcare providers caring for patients with diabetes, including but not limited to: endocrinologists/diabetes specialists, internists, pediatricians, family physicians, physician assistants, medical residents and fellows, nurse practitioners, nurses, dietitians, social workers, and certified diabetes educators.
During the course of this four-day conference, we will emphasize the challenges in day-to-day management of diabetes and practical ways to overcome those hurdles, specifically using new technologies.
Attendees will have an opportunity to participate in hands-on technology workshop,
consult with leaders in the field, and participate in detailed question and answer sessions with the experts. For type 1 diabetes, there will be plenaries on implementing technology, algorithms, artificial pancreas systems, CGM pumps, pregnancy, and pediatric new onset education. For type 2 diabetes, there will be a plenary on the drug approval process, challenges in emerging diabetes solutions, prevention and acute complications, emerging topics, practical aspects of managing diabetes, and individual therapy. During the four-day conference, we will emphasize the challenges in day-to-day management of diabetes and practical ways to overcome those hurdles, specifically using new technologies. In 2020, we welcome back the FDA to give Keynotes on Thursday and Friday morning.
The conference is hosted by the Barbara Davis Center for Diabetes in conjunction with the University of Colorado Denver School of Medicine. It is supported by the Children’s Diabetes Foundation and both industry sponsorships and grants.