Newly diagnosed diabetes - where to from here - LIVE Webinar

Newly diagnosed diabetes - where to from here - LIVE Webinar
This webinar aims to provide you with an understanding of what to do after you have been diagnosed with diabetes.

What you will learn

• The normal process of how glucose is used in the body, also known as normal glucose metabolism
• How glucose metabolism is altered in type 1 diabetes, type 2 diabetes, and gestational diabetes
• Who is part of your allied health team and how they can help
• Referral pathways to support your diabetes management
• Understanding your annual cycle of care
• How NDSS registration and Diabetes SA membership can help your diabetes management

Presenters

  • Reshma Bawne, Credentialled Diabetes Educator
  • Pamela Kirgianis, Credentialled Diabetes Educator

What you need to know

  • This webinar is FREE for Diabetes SA members and runs for approximately 30 minutes with time to answer questions.
  • The session is interactive, there will be time for you to ask questions by typing into the Q&A function of the presentation.
  • Even if you can't watch live, make sure you register so we can send you the webinar recording.

Please note: After you register, you will receive an email confirmation and email with the instructions for how to join the webinar. If you experience any problems with joining the webinar, please consult our user guides and FAQ’s.

When
8/11/2022 2:00 PM - 3:00 PM
Where
Zoom Online Webinar
Registration not available.
  • 1 in 6

    adults are at risk of developing type 2 diabetes

  • 1.4 million

    Australians have diabetes

  • 311

    Australians develop diabetes every day

  • 1 person

    every 5 minutes will develop diabetes

  • Every year

    around 8,000 South Australians are diagnosed with diabetes

  • 180,000

    South Australians are at risk of developing type 2 diabetes which is largely preventable

  • Type 2

    diabetes is the most common type of diabetes in Australia (87% of all people with diabetes)

  • Over 1.2 million

    people in Australia have type 2 diabetes

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