Diabetes educators flock to Melbourne

Diabetes education is entering an exciting phase, with new technology, new anagement approaches and new thinking coming under the spotlight at a three-day ADS-ADEA scientific meeting that has attracted close to 2,000 delegates to Melbourne.

Technology is an important focus, says Tracy Aylen, president of the Australian Diabetes Educators Association (ADEA), which is co-hosting the meeting with the Australian Diabetes Society (ADS).

Speakers at the Wednesday to Friday meeting will discuss the growing use of continuous glucose monitoring, insulin pumps , more advanced BG meters, the

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