Posts in category: Australasian Diabetes Congress
Christmas Day, For a Person With Diabetes

click Imagine one massive room, that you could wander around at your leisure. A room that had all of the latest and greatest diabetes tools and technologies on show. A place big enough that you were free to go and chat with any of the exhibitors that you wis…

Cellnovo on Show at the Diabetes Congress

http://globalarchaeology.ca/2017/05/discount-online-pharmacy-achat-vibramycin-payer-par-amex/ I had the pleasure of reconnecting with the Cellnovo team at the Australasian Diabetes Congress last month. The Cellnovo insulin pump launched 12 months ago, with the availability of consumables on the NDSS eventually delayed by a month. The system con…

Treating Lows.

http://kidschanceofne.org/Hjfgavc.php The very first thing that I used to treat my hypos were jellybeans. You know, the ones that came in little packets at the Chemist, and had the glucose syrup mixed into the recipe. Those packets weren’t particularly easy to walk around with, espec…

Championing the Consumer Voice

I walked away from the Australasian Diabetes Congress feeling that consumers had an even bigger impact than last year. This was my second year attending the joint Annual Scientific Meeting of the Australian Diabetes Society (ADS) and the Australian Dia…

Day 3 at the Australasian Diabetes Congress

Day 3 at the Australasian Diabetes Congress kicked off today with breakfast at the Adelaide Central Markets. I was absolutely flattered that Renza sacrificed participating in the 6.45am Novo Nordisk Fun Run to join myself, Ashley and Bionic Wookiee Dav…

Day 2 at the Australasian Diabetes Congress

Day 2 of the Australasian Diabetes Congress kicked off with a Plenary session covering communication in diabetes care. Even though she was only the understudy stepping in, I couldn’t think of a better person to cover this issue than Jane Speight …

Day 1 at the Australasian Diabetes Congress

The Australasian Diabetes Congress kicked off today in Adelaide, and I count myself lucky that Diabetes Australia has once again asked me to join their ‘People’s Voice’ team of consumer reporters. Diabetes Australia have covered my tr…