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Thursday, May 18, 2023
All times in Eastern Time

6:45 am
Registration/Continental Breakfast/Exhibits
7:50 am
Welcome and Introduction
Robert S. Zimmerman, MD

Diabetes and Pregnancy

8:00 am
Carbs in Pregnancy, How Low Can You Go?
Stacey Ehrenberg, MD
8:20 am
Diabetes Prevention/Teplizumab
Anuradha Viswanathan, MBBS
8:40 am
Insulin Update - Long, Short, Inhaled
Robert S. Zimmerman MD
9:00 am
Insulin Without Hypoglycemia
Michael Weiss MD, PhD
9:30 am
Glucagon in Emergency Lows, Micro Dosing and Insulin Pumps
Keren Zhou, MD
10:00 am

Diabetes Complications

10:15 am
Neuropathy Treatment
Leann Olansky, MD
10:35 am
Preserving Renal Function in Diabetes
Kevin M. Pantalone, DO
11:00 am
Non-insulin Treatment in the Hospital
Oscar Morey Vargas, MD
11:30 am
New Therapy for Diabetic Heart Disease
Marwan Hamaty, MD
12:00 pm
Diabetes Management in Older Adults
Willy Valencia Rodrigo, MD
12:30 pm
Lunch Break/Exhibits

Diabetes Technology

1:30 pm
Use of Insulin Pumps in Type 2 Diabetes
Diana Isaacs, PharmD

Concurrent Workshops
(live stream attendees will have access to one workshop which will be determined closer to the event)

Workshop 1

2:05 pm
CGM updates
M. Cecilia Lansang, MD, MPH
2:35 pm
Novel Insulin Delivery
Kevin Malloy, PharmD

Workshop 2

2:05 pm
Non Nutritive Sweeteners
Ryan Majcher, RD, CDCES
2:35 pm
Diabetic Cardiomyopathy
Adi Mehta, MD
3:05 pm
3:20 pm
New ADA Guidelines for Hypertension and Lipids
Dennis Bruemmer, MD, PhD
3:45 pm
Pancreas Transplant and Islet Transplant Update
Betul Hatipoglu, MD
4:15 pm
Medical vs Surgical Treatment for Diabetes Remission/Weight Loss
Marcio Griebeler, MD vs Ali Aminian, MD
4:45 pm
Retinopathy/Macular Edema
Jonathan Sears, MD
5:15 pm
A five minute question and answer period is included in each speaker’s allotted time.

Optional Workshop
(available for in-person attendance only)

Continuous Glucose Monitoring: Keeping Up With Technology and Your Patients

5:15 pm – 6:45 pm

Refreshments provided

Space is limited, early registration is recommended.

Attend and have a personal experience using a CGM

Cleveland Clinic’s Endocrinology Department has developed this workshop as a part of the ongoing effort to educate providers – endocrine and non-endocrine alike – on advancing the care of their patients with diabetes on the use of continuous glucose monitoring and other diabetes technology.

Continuous glucose monitoring (CGM) reduces the burden of fingerstick glucose checks in persons with diabetes, and in the correct patient populations, improves glycemic control. Patients who are technology-savvy can often be ahead of their providers in terms of the knowledge on new gadgets, possibly circumventing their primary care providers and seeking subspecialty consultation on this matter. On the other hand, patients perceived to have poor technology literacy might be overlooked as candidates for CGM.

This workshop will

  • Arm the provider (endocrine and non-endocrine) with knowledge on CGM insertion and downloading
  • Discuss patient case management scenarios using CGM ambulatory glucose profile reports

Registered participants will have a CGM inserted onsite and wear it throughout the entire day. Each participant will have personalized data by the time of this workshop and the opportunity to review and discuss the results.

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