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In a microcosm of time, fifty-two years is a solid number to have lived with T1 diabetes. Lately it has me thinking of my follow diabetes veterans. Of course there are hundreds of 50-year Joslin medalists who meet every two years in Boston to celebrate their good health and longevity with diabetes. There are also quite a number of us around and about who have kept wavy open lines of communication and support touching base over the years through sports and exercise.
This list of presentations is designed to be a resource for people with diabetes, health care professionals, diabetes educators, and students. These presentations can be downloaded but the original authors should be referenced if used elsewhere.
Medications can be a big part of diabetes treatment but how do we know which medication to take? We can ask our doctor and hope that they have experience with the medication they are prescribing. We could scour the internet to find "honest" reviews of each medication but how do we get past all the marketing jargon to find real results? RateRx from HealthTap is trying to solve this problem.
John gives great presentations on various diabetes technologies to people with diabetes, health care professionals, diabetes educators, and students all over the country. The next presentation is May 10th, 2015 in Austin, Texas.
Type 1 University, a site that provides advanced online courses for insulin users and parents or caregivers of insulin users, is offering 2 FREE webinars in March. The free webinar topic this month is "Making the Most of Your CGM" and will be presented by Gary Scheiner MS, CDE. The webinar dates are Wednesday, March 18th and Monday, March 30th.