Industry Supported Session Programs

​​​​​​​​WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 3, 2016

WORKSHOP 1: PROCGM: ROLE OF IPRO2 IN OVERCOMING THE CHALLENGES OF Type 1 AND Type 2 DIABETES MANAGEMENT

INDUSTRY WORKSHOP SUPPORTED BY​ Medtronic 

12:30- 14:00​​, Yellow Hall

Speakers: Dr. Joubert, France, Dr Robert Vigersky, USA​

Description: ​This workshop will focus on the role of iPro2 in overcoming the challenges of Type 1 and Type 2 diabetes management. After the presentation of the recent insights from the French experts regarding retrospective Continuous Blood Monitoring, you will have a review of the clinical evidences for the use of proCGM in Type 2 diabetes. You will also have the first presentation to the world of the new Pattern Snapshot iPro 2 report.

Fully booked

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  • ​ANIMAS ACADEMY, A NEW EDUCATIONAL RESOURCE FOR PEOPLE WITH DIABETES AND HEALTHCARE PROFESSIONALS​
  • HYPOGLYCEMIA-HYPERGLYCEMIA MINIMIZER (HHM), A CLOSED LOOP ARTIFICIAL PANCREAS SYSTEM

INDUSTRY SYMPOSIUM SUPPORTED BY​ Animas​

14:30-16:00​​, Red Hall

Welcome, Introduction:​

Dr Brian L Levy, Chief Medical Officer, Johnson & Johnson Diabetes Care Companies, Wayne PA, USA

What is Animas Academy

Professor Katharine Barnard, Visiting Professor, Faculty of Health & Social Science, Bournemouth University, UK

Animas Academy live demo

Dr Ralph Ziegler, Diabetes Clinic for Children and Adolescents, Muenster, Germany

Insight-centered innovation: The Hypoglycemia-Hyperglycemia Minimizer (HHM) 
System 

Dr Daniel A Finan, PhD, Animas Corporation, West Chester PA, USA

Wrap-up

Dr Brian L Levy, Chief Medical Officer, Johnson & Johnson Diabetes Care Companies, Wayne PA, USA

Pre-registration is not required for this session.

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FLASH GLUCOSE MONITORING 

CLINICAL USE FROM CHILDHOOD THROUGH ADULTHOOD

INDUSTRY SYMPOSIUM SUPPORTED BY​ Abbott

14:30-16:00​​, Blue 1 Hall

Chair​:
Professor Emanuele Bosi, M.D. Vita-Salute San Raffaele University, Milan, Italy

First Cli​nical Experience with the FreeStyle Libre System in Young Adults and Children with Type 1 Diabetes
Fiona M Campbell, M.D. Leeds Teaching Hospitals Trust, UK

Clinical Use of the FreeStyle Libre System in Adults with Type 1 Diabetes
Professor Emanuele Bosi, M.D. Vita-Salute San Raffaele University, Milan, Italy

Use of the FreeStyle Libre System ​in Intensively Managed Adults with Type 2 Diabetes
Gerry Rayman, M.D. Head of Service, Diabetes Care, Ipswich Hospital NHS Trust, UK

Panel Discussion
Professor Emanuele Bosi, M.D. and all presenters

Pre-registration is not required for this session.

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WORKSHOP 2: ​​SELECTING AND INITIATING SUITABLE TYPE 2 PATIENTS ON INSULIN PUMP THERAPY - PRACTICAL SESSION

INDUSTRY WORKSHOP SUPPORTED BY​ Medtronic 

14:15-15:45​​, Yellow Hall

Speakers: Prof Yves Reznik. France, Dr. Maranghi, Italy
Description: This workshop will present first in a short introduction the patient selection criteria, and the evidence for CSII in Type 2 diabetes with latest new clinical results, long term data and cost effectiveness data. This will be followed by an interactive session with real patient cases, to learn how to start and fine-tune insulin dose and other parameters with starting pump therapy for patients with Type 2 diabetes in a very practical, easy and tailored manner. 
Fully booked

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HOW GOOD IS GOOD ENOUGH?
PERFORMANCE MEASURES IN DIABETES TECHNOLOGY

INDUSTRY WORKSHOP SUPPORTED BY​ Roche Diabetes Care

16:15-17:45, Red Hall​

16:15–16:20  Welcome and introduction

Chairs: Luigi Laviola (Italy), Matthias Axel Schweitzer (Roche Diabetes Care, Germany)

16:20–16:40  What's the impact of measurement accuracy on healthcare costs?​

Marc Breton (USA)

16:40–17:00  Correct, complete and comprehensible - How to best describe accuracy

in SMBG and CGM?

Rolf Hinzmann (Roche Diabetes Care, Germany)

17:00–17:20  Do insulin pumps dose insulin correctly?

Guido Freckmann (Germany)

17:20–17:40  Time delay of CGM sensors - Relevance, causes, and countermeasures

Günther Schmelzeisen-Redeker (Roche Diabetes Care, Germany)

17:40–17:45  Wrap up and closing remarks

Pre-registration is not required for this session.

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SIMPLE INSULIN INFUSION FOR PEOPLE WITH TYPE 2 DIABETES

INDUSTRY WORKSHOP SUPPORTED BY​ CeQur

16:15-17:45, Blue 1 Hall​

Moderator: 
Michael Trautmann, MD, Diabetes Research, Hamburg, Germany
Requirements and challenges of insulin delivery in type 2
Lucia Novak, MSN, ANP-BC, BC-ADM, CDT, The Diabetes Institute at Walter Reed National Military Medical Center, Bethesda, MD, USA
​Review of continuous subcutaneous insulin infusion in type 2
John Pickup, MD, PhD, Diabetes Research Group, King’s College, London, UK
Introduction to PAQ, a simple 3-day insulin delivery device
Peter Gravesen, PhD, CeQur APS, Nordborg, Denmark
Demonstration of glycemic control in recent PAQ clinical study
Julia Mader, MD, Medical University of Graz, Graz, Austria
Cost-effectiveness of simple insulin infusion
Ole Henriksen, Last Mile P/S, Copenhagen, Denmark
PAQ 2.0—patient-centered enhancements
Leslie Lilly, BSN, RN, CeQur Corporation, Marlborough, MA, USA
Remarks from CeQur CEO
Doug Lawrence, MBA, CeQur Corporation, Marlborough, MA, USA 

Pre-registration is not required for this session.

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WORKSHOP 3: IS THE MINIMED™ 640G SYSTEM WITH SMARTGUARD ™ TRANSFORMING DIABETES CARE AND PROVIDING GREATER FREEDOM IN REAL LIFE?

INDUSTRY WORKSHOP SUPPORTED BY​ Medtronic 

16:15-17:45​​, Yellow Hall

Speakers: Dr. Pratik Choudhary, UK, Dr. Scaramuzza, Italy, Dr. Beltrand, France, M. Stephenson, Patient from UK 
Description: An assessment of the real life clinical benefit of Medtronic’s unique MiniMed™ 640G System with SmartGuard™ technology designed to reduce hypoglycaemia.
Experienced speakers will draw upon case studies and personal learnings to facilitate a discussion around how best to utilise CGM and SmartGuard™ to treat different patient populations. A patients and physicians experience will form the basis of a dialogue around the MiniMed™ 640G System and its key components including the new all-in-one angled insertion infusion set- MiniMedTM MioTM 30.​
Fully booked

THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 4, 2016

TRANSFORMING DIABETES CARE TOGETHER

INDUSTRY SYMPOSIUM SUPPORTED BY​ Medtronic 

10:30-12:00​​, Silver Plenary​ 

Chair: 

Prof Thomas Danne, Germany 

SmartGuard™ : Let the MiniMed™ 640G do the work
Dr. Pratik Choudhary, United Kingdom
Greater freedom with advanced technology  
Dr. Fran Kaufman, USA
Further integrating care together
Annette Brüls, Switzerland, Shahram Ebadollahi (IBM) 

Pre-registration is not required for this session.

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MOVING TOWARDS PHYSIOLOGICAL MEALTIME INSULIN ACTION​

INDUSTRY SYMPOSIUM SUPPORTED BY​ Novo N​ordisk​

13:00-14:30​, Blue 1 ​Hall

Welcome and introductions
Thomas Pieber

Insulin physiology and the importance of hepatic response to feeding
Alan Cherrington
Impact of approaching physiology: where will the new generation fast-acting analogues take us
Tim Heise
Clinical pharmacology across populations
Thomas Danne
Q&A
Panel discussion​​​

Pre-registration is not required for this session.

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WORKSHOP 4: CONNECTED DEVICES FOR BETTER CARE: DISCOVER MEDTRONIC LATEST INNOVATION​​​

INDUSTRY WORKSHOP SUPPORTED BY​ Medtronic 

13:00-14:30​​, Yellow Hall

Speakers: Dr. Bailey, USA, A. Morawiec, USA
Description: This workshop will focus on presenting Medtronic latest innovation in the area of connected care and continuous glucose monitoring. After a presentation of the new technologies, you will have the opportunity to test the devices live during a hands-on session. Experienced speakers will then discuss patient profiles, benefits, as well as share real-life patient experience.
Fully booked

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THE CHANGING FACE OF DATA COLLECTION AND INTERPRETATION IN DIABETES

INDUSTRY SYMPOSIUM SUPPORTED BY​ Sanofi​

15:00-16:30​​, Silver Plenary

Welcome and introduction
Thomas Danne, Germany
From clamp studies to the clinic: understanding and interpreting PK/PD data with new basal insulins
Timothy Bailey, USA
Insulin titration: needs, opportunities, and solutions
Stewart Harris, Canada
Data analytics in the era of big data: empowering people with diabetes to effectively use their numbers
David Kerr, USA​
Summary and conclusions​
Thomas Danne, Germany

Pre-registration is not required for this session.

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​DEXCOM CONTINUOUS GLUCOSE MONITORING - LEADERSHIP AND INNOVATION IN THE CATEGORY OF CGM

INDUSTRY WORKSHOP SUPPORTED BY​ Dexcom​​

16:30-18:00​​, Blue 1 Hall 

Introduction and Moderator
Boris Kovatchev, PhD, USA
Using CGM Based Treatment Decisions in Clinical Practice - HCP and Patient Perspective​
Saleh Adi, MD
TI Diabetes Exchange Data - The Largest Analysis of CGM Use Informs the Future
Henry Anhalt, DO, USA
Modeling CGM Accuracy and Its Impact to CGM-Based Treatment Decisions
Marc Breton, MD, USA
Dexcom CGM Beyond 2016
Jorge Valdes, USA

Pre-registration is not required for this session.

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FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 5, 2016

MAKING IT FIT – HOW MODERN TECHNOLOGY DRIVES
PERSONALIZED DIABETES MANAGEMENT

INDUSTRY SYMPOSIUM SUPPORTED BY​ Roche Diabetes Care

10:30-12:00​​, Silver Plenary

10:30–10:35  Welcome and introduction
Chairs: Concetta Irace (Italy), Rolf Hinzmann (Roche Diabetes Care, Germany)
10:35–10:55  World wide wAPP – Modern diabetes education and motivation concepts for children and adolescents
Ralph Ziegler (Germany)
10:55–11:15  Digitalization and automation in Personalized Diabetes Management
Matthias Axel Schweitzer (Roche Diabetes Care, Germany)
11:15–11:35  Connecting people with diabetes with health care providers and caregivers
Fabio Broglio (Italy)
11:35–11:55  New insights into concepts and tools for Personalized Insulin Management
Kirsten Nørgaard (Denmark)
11:55–12:00  Wrap up and closing remarks

Pre-registration is not required for this session.

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WORKSHOP 5​: ​CONNECTED DEVICES FOR BETTER CARE: DISCOVER MEDTRONIC LATEST INNOVATION​​​

INDUSTRY WORKSHOP SUPPORTED BY​ Medtronic 

12:00-13:00​​, Yellow Hall​

Speakers: Dr. Bailey, USA, A. Morawiec, USA
Description: This workshop will focus on presenting Medtronic latest innovation in the area of connected care and continuous glucose monitoring. After a presentation of the new technologies, you will have the opportunity to test the devices live during a hands-on session. Experienced speakers will then discuss patient profiles, benefits, as well as share real-life patient experience.​
Fully booked​​

SATUR​DAY, FEBRUARY 6, 2016​

MOBILE AND WEB BASED INSULIN DECISION SUPPORT

INDUSTRY SYMPOSIUM SUPPORTED BY​ Glooko

09:30-10:00​​, ​Red Hall​

Names and Titles of Speakers:
Rick Altinger, CEO, Glooko
Serdar Akin, VP of Product Development, Glooko
Summary:
This symposium sess​ion will touch on recent innovations that enable patients and clinicians to make better and faster decisions using data to improve glycemic control. The session will discuss how web and mobile technologies that include remote download of diabetes data from blood glucose meters, pumps (e.g., Medtronic/Minimed, Insulet/Omnipod), CGMs (e.g., Medtronic, Dexcom and Libre) and exercise trackers (e.g., Fitbit) can optimize insulin decision support. The use of algorithms, dosing calculators, standard protocols and more will be discussed. ​​

Pre-registration is not required for this session.

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