Dear Diabetes Clinicians,
Please join us at the Thirteenth Annual Clinical Diabetes Technology Meeting (CDTM) presented by Diabetes Technology Society and the American Association of Diabetes Educators. The CDTM will cover why, when, and how to use the latest technologies for patients with diabetes, and gives special focus to: (1) blood glucose monitoring; (2) continuous glucose monitoring; (3) sensor integrated pump; (4) hybrid closed loop (artificial pancreas) sensor integrated pump; (5) digital health communication tools; (6) mobile apps; and (7) insulin pumps & pens.
The meeting will be practical and designed for busy diabetes clinicians who want to use the latest technologies and treatments in their practices and see demonstrations of new products.
During the morning sessions on Friday and Saturday, attendees will learn from diabetes technology experts about the science and review clinical case studies of the various diabetes technologies. The majority of the afternoon sessions will provide attendees the opportunity to experience the latest diabetes technology hands-on. A few attendees will have an opportunity to wear one of the latest subcutaneous devices.
I look forward to meeting you in Houston.
David C. Klonoff, M.D., FACP, FRCP (Edin), Fellow AIMBE
President, Diabetes Technology Society
Clinical Professor of Medicine, U.C. San Francisco
Editor-in-Chief, Journal of Diabetes Science and Technology
Medical Director, Diabetes Research Institute
Mills-Peninsula Medical Center