May 22 - 25, 2014, Marco Island, Florida
Join us at the Marriott Marco Island, Marco Island, Florida
29th Annual Clinical Conference on Diabetes
May 22-25, 2014.
With its multidisciplinary focus, the education offered at the ADA's Clinical Conference draws attendees from across the health care spectrum, from across the nation and around the world. As the nation's premier clinical diabetes meeting, attendees come to hear cutting-edge research translated into clinical practice. The Association is well-known for presenting the latest in clinical trials and research. The 29th Annual Clinical Conference is the source for leading-edge treatment updates and the latest information in diabetes management.
Who should attend?
The 29th Annual Clinical Conference is designed specifically for primary care and diabetes specialty physicians, doctor of osteopathy, podiatrists, pharmacists, physician assistants, nurse practitioners, nurses, psychologists and dietitians, certified diabetes educators and other health care professionals who care for patients with diabetes, at risk for diabetes, and who manage diabetes related complications.
Marriott Marco Island Resort, Marco Island, Florida.
Special room rates of $189 per room/per night will be offered for this conference unit 5:00pm, April 29, 2014.
Registration is now open. CLICK HERE to transfer to our online registration site.
For registration information and questions, please contact Roxanne Rampersaud at 407-660-1926, ext. 3010 or via e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org
Exhibitor and Corporate Sponsorship Opportunities
Many sponsorship opportunities are available including corporate symposia, keynote sessions and tracks. E-mail email@example.com
to receive a prospectus or call Pauline Lowe at (407) 660-1926, ext. 3026 to discuss sponsor/exhibit opportunities.
The course has been designed specifically for physicians, family physicians, podiatric physicians, physician assistants, nurses, nurse practitioners, dietitians, pharmacists, psychologists, certified diabetes educators and other health care professionals who care for patients with diabetes and who manage the complications related to this disease.
At the end
of this activity, attendees should be able to:
- Explain the challenges of delivering diabetes care in a changing
- Identify various factors contributing to obesity, including
age, cultural and ethnic influences and bias.
- Discuss the changing face of type 1
diabetes, insulin deficiency and associated autoimmune diseases.
- Cite the data around the impact of
concordance, adherence and compliance on patient outcomes and strategies to
- List strategies to overcome clinical inertia in diabetes and cardiovascular
disease management and discuss
the pros and cons of various pharmacologic therapies.
- Identify the impact of diabetes related
stress disorder, depression, appropriate dietary management and exercise on
diabetes self care.
- Evaluate effective
prevention and treatment options for co morbid conditions, including common foot issues, dental and dermatologic conditions
associated with diabetes.