adit 2023 is canceled
We regretfully announce the cancelation of ADIT 2023 due to an unexpected and unforeseen course of events disclosed to the ADIT organizers in the last few weeks, which damaged the ability to deliver the conference as planned.
Mid-February, we learned about a significant reduction in the industry support for ADIT. Consequently, ADIT chairman, Dr.Dario Rahelic, resigned from the position on March 6th, leaving us with no choice but to cancel the conference.
Regretfully the program's scientific value and impact on patient care, competent and reputable speakers, compliance with the UEMS and EFPIA code of ethics, and professional and impeccable logistics are no longer enough to ensure industry support.
The ADIT team has been working tirelessly without any payment to secure the execution and promotion of ADIT. We are sorry and broken by such an abrupt end of our journey, and we want to thank you for your support and for creating memorable moments during the previous ten conferences. Please accept our deepest apologies for any inconvenience caused.
Dusanka Bolcina, CMP
ADIT Project Manager & Program Coordinator
Ass.Prof. Rahelic Dario
Resigned March 6th, 2023
Meetings Croatia 2023
ADIT, Dubrovnik (Canceled)
92nd Days of diabetologists Porec
DNSG Int.symposium on Diabetes and Nutrition, Pula
It is a privilege and pleasure to invite you to participate in the 11th ADIT conference from April 24 - 26, 2023.
Medical innovation and research have provided new approaches for preventing, diagnosing, and managing diabetes regardless of two years of COVID pandemic-induced hiatus in live CME events.
To implement such innovation into effective practice, we prepared a clinical oriented, evidence based ADIT 2023 program.
In a cycle of 10 conferences, ADIT has evolved into one of the most influential CME meetings in SEE, with a 99 % impact of the presented knowledge on clinical practice (based on the ADIT 2018 survey). Therefore, the ADIT conferences contributed substantially to implementing the latest research and innovations in patient care and clinical outcomes.
With the support and contribution of top researchers and experts in medical science, we strive to translate research into clinical practice and enable a broad audience of physicians to access such knowledge through the ADIT program.
The program adheres to the principles of unbiased independent medical education in the best interest of patients and the medical profession. Tailored to the educational needs of participants, it provides physicians with powerful tools and methods for managing diabetes.