ADATS was launched for healthcare professionals in Australia in 2017, to provide an access to the latest information on diabetes advancements and technologies. The event is the result of the commitment by the NADC to improve the knowledge and skills of healthcare professionals in Australia. ADATS brings together world-leading experts, academics and clinicians with a shared focus and passion in advanced technologies and therapeutics in diabetes.
The 4th ADATS meeting was a full-day virtual conference open to health care professionals both nationally and internationally and will be relevant to those that work within General Practice, Primary Care, Community Health and Tertiary Care Centres.
Topics have included a deep dive into how technology saved us and also failed us during COVID-19 and insights into how we faired in the provision of care (and self care) during this experience. ADATS will also explore how the enforced changes to practice will shape care as we step out of the pandemic.
There were also presentations on Artificial Intelligence in healthcare and how online data collection, monitoring systems, education platforms and other innovative approaches will shape the future of diabetes management.