March 18 - 19, 2021
Why to participate at ADIT update:
Intriguing topics: COVID-19 and diabetes, New insights into the management of diabetes by lifestyle interventions, Pharmacotherapy updates.
The panel of globally recognized experts and researchers.
Program focused on translating research to clinical practice.
Exchange opinions and resolve dilemmas with peers and panelists through Q&A and panel discussion.
We applied for CME accreditation with UEMS EACCME.
We are inviting you to join colleagues from multiple countries and register for ADIT2021-Update. During these hard and challenging times, continuous medical education is more important than ever. At the same time, live CME meetings are affected by travel and gathering limitations.
Because of the unpredictable circumstances of setting up the next live ADIT conference, we decided to deliver these two-day programs online on March 18-19, 2021, to provide much-needed CME update to healthcare professionals and maintain the ADIT conference tradition.
THURSDAY, MARCH 18, 2021 | 16.30 pm – 19.30 pm (CET)
New insights into management of diabetes by lifestyle interventions |
Panelists: Matt Campbell, Panu Luukkonen, Aila Rissanen, Roy Taylor, Hannele Yki-Järvinen
Type 2 diabetes in the real world: From understanding aetiology to practical treatment | Roy Taylor
Metabolic effects of a ketogenic diet | Panu Luukkonen
Binge eating disorders (with case presentation) | Aila Rissanen
How to personalise exercise recommendations | Matt Campbell
How effective is lifestyle management in advanced NAFLD | Hannele Yki-Järvinen
FRIDAY, MARCH 19, 2021 /16.30 pm – 19.30 pm (CET)
Pharmacotherapy; COVID-19 and diabetes |
Panelists: Geremia Bolli, Filip Krag Knop, Juris Meier, Dario Rahelic, Guntram Schernthaner
GIP physiology - is there therapeutic potential? | Filip K. Knop
New aspects of incretin mimetics | Juris Meier
Pro´s of a once a week Insulin- are there any con´s | Geremia Bolli
Lessons from recent trials of SGLT-2 inhibitors | Guntram Schernthaner
Management of patients with diabetes and obesity in the COVID-19 era | Dario Rahelic