At the recommendation of our event Advisory Board member Manny Hernandez (thanks Manny!) we created the following video at this year’s DiabetesMine Innovation Summit at Stanford University.
(Special thanks to Lacey Ehrlich of USC Annenberg for her excellent video work.)…
On Nov. 5 in a hotel just outside Washington, DC, about 75 people gathered to discuss the future of the Diabetes Technology Society’s (DTS) proposed post-market quality surveillance program for glucose meters.
You may remember that DTS Director Dr. David Klonoff and his team have been working on this program for many months, assembling a Steering Committee of experts and laying out details in September. FDA appears to be supportive, and of course the patient…
A friend of mine in the Diabetes Community recently mentioned being burnt out on advocacy.
So many great diabetes causes and efforts, but just so many Asks at the moment… with this being the start of November, national Diabetes Awareness Month.
This D-peep is a longtime type 1 from my local community, someone who’s been very active offline through the years and has generally jumped at the chance to raise awareness and deepen connections with…
You probably know by now that our correspondent Wil Dubois attended the big annual American Association of Diabetes Educators (AADE) meeting last week in Orlando, FL — from his initial reports on diabetes device integration news and yesterday’s Exhibit Hall coverage.
Today Wil turns his attention to the business of Diabetes Education itself at AADE, reporting on some key sessions and the overall atmosphere of this year’s conference.
The official theme was “refresh, recharge, renew,”…Read more »
Welcome to another round of Diabetes Blog Week, the fifth year in a row that our blog-happy community has come together to rally around the same topic each day for a full week.
If you remember, this whole effort was spearheaded by fellow type 1 Karen Graffeo in Connecticut who blogs at Bitter-Sweet Diabetes. Karen created this annual week-long blog carnival as a way for dozens of D-bloggers (more than 100 participating this year!) to…