ATTD Yearbook Free Sessions

ATTD Yearbook Free Sessions

A Recap of the Most Significant Research and Clinical Findings

Year after year, ATTD impresses attendees with its wide-ranging sessions, but it’s the Yearbook Sessions that really steal the show. These sessions provide an in-depth overview of the most significant research and clinical findings from the previous year. Starting from August 2023, we will be posting here each week a free session for you to learn.

Stay tuned!

Satish K Garg - Virtual Clinics For Diabetes Care

Klemen Dovc - Continuous and Intermittent Glucose Monitoring

Rayhan Lal - Insulin Delivery Hardware: Pumps And Pen

Thomas Danne, Lutz Heinemann and Thomas R. Pieber - New Insulins, Biosimilars and Insulin Therapy

Revital Nimri, Moshe Philipp, Boris Kovatchev - Closed-Loop and Artificial Intelligence-Based Decision Support Sustems

Mark Clements, Neal Kaufman, Eran Mel - Using Digital Health Technology to Prevent and Treat Diabetes

Jennifer Yamamoto and Helen R Murphy - Technology And Pregnancy

David M. Maahs, Priya Prahalad, Darja Smigoc Schweiger and Shlomit Shalitin - Diabetes Technology And Therapy In The Pediatric Age Group

Dessi P. Zaharieva and Michael C. Riddell - Advances In Exercise And Nutrition As Therapy In Diabetes

Gregg D. Simonson, Thomas W. Martens, Anders L. Carson & Richard M. Bergenstal - Primary Care And Diabetes Technologies And Treatments

Laurel H. Messer, Ananta Addala, Stuart A. Weinzimer - Real World Diabetes Technology: Overcoming Barriers and Disparities

A.Liberman and K. Barnard - Diabetes Technologies and The Human Factor

Bimota Nambam, Natasa Bratina, Desmond Schatz - Immune Intervention and Replacement Therapies in Type 1 Diabetes

Satish K. Garg. Erika Rodriguez and Irl B. Hirsch - New Medications for the Treatment of Diabetes

Viral N Shah - Obesity and Diabetes

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