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Industry Sponsored and Diabetes Educator Section (DES) Events

Below is a list of current industry sponsored events for healthcare professionals that we've been informed of at Diabetes Centre Calgary. We cannot speak to the validity or relevance of information presented and do not accept responsibility for any aspect of these events. Health care professionals choosing to attend industry sponsored events are encouraged to use professional judgment and critically evaluate data presented. We advise health care professionals discuss attendance and/or participation at industry sponsored events with their management team if concerned about possible conflict of interest. Please note, we will delete past events. 

 

Calgary Chapter Diabetes Canada Professional Membership (DES) Newsletters

 These contain numerous educational events for diabetes educators that may not be represented below.
  April 2022 Newsletter

  

May 16, 2022, 10:00 am to 11:00 am MST: How much more can I take? Navigating the Stress of a COVID World

Presenter: Michael Vallis Sponsored by Insulet.

Learning Objectives:

  1. To become familiar with the link between experience and emotion to better understand an individual’s experience.
  2. To become comfortable assessing the extent to which emotional experience is healthy or not.
  3. To reflect on specific strategies designed to reduce distress and burnout and promote well-being.

RSVP before May 11, to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

 

June 7 & 9, 2022 Libre Patient Opportunities

Calgary Libre Sensor - complementary sensor and learning locations June 7 & 9, Calgary. 

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No date limit: Type 1 Diabetes and Mental Health Support for Your Patients (Tandem)

If you missed the live webinar with Dr. Mark Heyman, Diabetes Psychologist and Certified Diabetes Care Education Specialist, you can now watch the replay here. “T1D and Mental Health: Management Strategies to Help Support Patients.” In this webinar, Dr. Heyman discusses the importance of understanding mental health concerns when it comes to T1D care and shares diabetes management strategies to help support your patients.

 

No date limit: South Health Campus Wellness Centre 

The South Health Campus Wellness Centre, in cooperation with the Y, offers educational programs for staff and patients. Programs include courses on emothional health, making lifestyle changes, healthy eating and more. During COVID, the programs are being offered virtually. For details, please see www.ahs.ca/shcwellness

 

No date limit: Sanofi sponsored learning modules 

Education program on second generational basal analogues in the clinical management of type 2 diabetes. The self-learning program is comprised of 3 learning modules. Go to this website for more information: https://focusprogram.ca/

 

No date limit Webinar: Lifescan, Solutions to support patients beyond COVID-19

Title: "I’m scared and alone": Let’s Reveal solutions to support our patients beyond COVID-19
Duration: 59 minutes
Available On Demand
Dr. Michel Vallis, Psychologist and Janice Knapp, Diabetes Nurse Educator

Objectives:
- Provide a framework for understanding the psychological impact of COVID-19 and social isolation
- Review evidence-based coping strategies that help manage distress
- Provide a strategy to promote improved diabetes self-management
- Understand how to apply available technologies to pivot patients back on track.