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6 Responses

  1. Bill Woods
    Bill Woods March 27, 2013 at 7:09 am | | Reply

    You guys rock! Love seeing the DOC super stars!

  2. StephenS
    StephenS March 27, 2013 at 7:23 am | | Reply

    Amy, thanks for sharing your experience. I saw the same kind of thing happen in a session (led by Scott and Kerri) at another conference a couple of months back. Maybe the solution is to break things down into two sessions… sort of beginner and advanced. Of course, that’s assuming the attendees would participate in the one that’s appropriate for them. At any rate, it all sounds like a great time.

  3. Steven Edelman
    Steven Edelman March 27, 2013 at 9:00 am | | Reply

    Amy…thanks so much for being part of our type 1 track. It was a huge success thanks to all of our participation. Thanks for all that you do for people with diabetes!

  4. Rashel Sanna
    Rashel Sanna March 27, 2013 at 11:24 am | | Reply

    Hi Amy – It was nice to meet you last Saturday at the TCOYD event. Unfortunately I missed your panel discussion- I was wishing I could replicate myself – as I’m sure many folks were- in order to attend multiple breakout sessions in the afternoon! I was actually facilitiating a workshop – but there’s always so much to gain myself being a Type 1. I’m a big fan of the new T1 breakout! Anyway, I look foward to reading more. ~Rashel Sanna

  5. This is the one about TCOYD in Santa Clara. | Socially Diabetic

    [...] Amy wrote about the event over on Diabetes Mine and does a much better job recapping the day, so you should go read her post. [...]

  6. Too much | Rolling in the D
    Too much | Rolling in the D March 29, 2013 at 6:24 am |

    [...] whose been a part of it has been better off for it. Nothing epitomizes it more than Amy T’s Wednesday article on Diabetes Mine (which I got around to reading Thursday). If I may excerpt just a short [...]

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