The Diabetes Patient Education Journey discussion by DESG

Our partners at DESG (Diabetes Education Study Group) are organizing their annual conference on September 13th in Stokholm just before the EASD (European Association for the Study of Diabetes) annual event takes place. Here’s the invitation from Dr. Line Kleinebreil :

Dear Colleagues
You are warmly invited to take part in the next annual interactive joined DESG – IDF Europe symposium taking place immediately before the 2015 EASD Annual Meeting

This Symposium aims to engage clinicians, patients associations, researchers, public health decision makers and stakeholders in a new approach to optimise the various channels of patient education.
This is an opportunity for networking and to have a fruitful discussion around the main themes of the symposium:
Education changes in the last 50 years
Diabetes education today in migrating populations
Education tomorrow, new areas for research and evaluation

The Symposium will be held in the “Sanger Hall” at the Stockholmsmässan, Stockholm, on 13 September 2015 from 14:00 until 17.00.

Registration  for the Symposium (free of charge) is mandatory for security  reasons. To register, please follow the instructions on the webpage here.
Please note that the deadline for registration is Thursday 10 September 2015. Attendees who are not registered to attend EASD but would like to attend this Symposium will get a symposium badge.
You can find out more at www.desg.org and www.idf-europe.org
We look forward to seeing you all in Stockholm.

With kind regards,
Dr Line Kleinebreil, DESG Chair & Dr João Manuel Valente Nabais, IDF Europe President

Dr Line KLEINEBREIL,
DESG Chair

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