World Congress on the Prevention of Diabetes and Its Complications
06 Jun 2016 |
Source: Continuing Medical Education, Emory School of Medicine
December 2-4, 2016
Georgia World Congress Center
285 Andrew Young International Blvd, NW
Atlanta, GA 30313-1591
Diabetes is one of the fastest growing public health problems worldwide. It affects all populations, causes severe medical complications, and shortens life expectancy significantly. Treatment of diabetes and its complications is usually lifelong and expensive. And yet, both are preventable.
This global forum focuses on recommended principles of diabetes prevention from around the world and provides proven strategies in the treatment of diabetes complications. Diabetes prevention experts will describe current research and technology used in prevention; effective screening tools; and medications. Diabetes management experts will discuss the relationships between diabetes and cancer, cardiovascular disease, oral health; and associated complications such as insulin resistance, retinopathy and renal failure. Special symposia will present the AACE prevention algorithm and guidelines; the CDC report on the status of diabetes prevention; and foot disease management.
CONTINUING EDUCATION CREDIT:
19.0 AMA PRA Category 1 CreditsTM
2.0 ADA CERP continuing dental education credits will be given for Symposium 12 "Diabetes and Oral Health" on Sunday, Dec 4.
To register and view conference details visit: www.wcpd9.com
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10% registration discount for Emory faculty and staff (use promocode Emory10)