The ADATS was offered to healthcare professionals for the first time in Australia in 2017, providing an accessible diabetes advancements and technologies meeting. The event is the result of the commitment of the NADC to improving the knowledge and skill of healthcare professionals in Australia in the area of diabetes and technology.
ADATS aims to bring together prominent and influential key opinion leaders with a focus, expertise and passion for advanced technologies and therapeutics in diabetes.The full day based conference is open to registrants nationally and internationally, with advertising predominately aimed at GP’s, primary care nurses, diabetes educators, endocrinologists and diabetes health professionals who are instrumental in leading their services towards advanced diabetes management practices.The ADATS program will provide a forum of plenary session presentations, interactive demonstrations, best practice innovation, technologies and therapeutics presentations, workshops and practical sessions and provide a great base for networking opportunities. Topics included in the program will include, but are not be limited to, funding of insulin pump programs and continuous glucose monitoring clinics, use of new technologies including the latest monitoring systems and technological approaches to diabetes management, latest medications and insulins on the market and emerging therapeutics.
The NADC is calling on member centres and the broader health community to submit Expressions of Interest (EOI) to present at the following meeting:
Australasian Diabetes Advancements in Technologies Summit (ADATS)
Date: 19 October 2018, Amora Hotel Jamison Sydney.
The NADC is particularly looking for new and innovative technology and specifically how these have been implemented into their centres. This includes (but is not limited to):- Putting technology into practice and how it has impacted organisational practices and/or patient outcomes
The steps to implementing technologies effectively in your centre and advice on how others can implement similar systems
The challenges and how these were overcome
How the project was funded and advice you have for other centres about possible funding options
Thank you for your interest and for supporting NADC to promote collaboration amongst its member centres.If you have any questions please contact NADC CEO, Natalie Wischer or NADC Project Officer, Carolyn Rothwell on email at email@example.com