Promoting Excellence in Diabetes Care

PRIMARY CARE DIABETES WEBINAR SERIES

The National Association of Diabetes Centres (NADC) in partnership with the Primary Care Diabetes Society of Australia (PCDSA) is pleased to invite you to a series of lunchtime webinars for healthcare professionals. 

A range of topics and speakers is available to all healthcare professionals live and FREE, fortnightly on Thursdays from 12.30 to 1:15 pm through to December 2021.

Save the space in your diary now and ensure you let your healthcare colleagues know that these are FREE to join and certificates will be available as evidence of CPD.

All previous Primary Care Diabetes Webinar episodes can be accessed through our PCD library. If you haven’t yet, sign up on the button below to receive your access to the previous Primary Care Diabetes Webinar episodes. 

Watch all previous Primary Care Diabetes Webinar episodes through our PCD library. Sign up on the link below to access the library.

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When: 18 November 2021
Time:
Thursday 12:30 PM AEDT
Speakers:
Professor Jeff Coombes
Topic:
Interval Training for People Living with Type 2 Diabetes

When: 18 March 2021
Time:
Thursday 12:30PM AEDT
Speaker:
Dr Ralph Audehm and Dr Rajna Ogrin
Topic:
Foot Complications – FootForward and the role of primary care

MEET OUR SPEAKERS

Jeff Combes

Jeff Coombes is a Professor in the School of Human Movement Studies. He completed undergraduate degrees in applied science and education and a research Masters at the University of Tasmania before gaining a PhD from the University of Florida. After completing his PhD he returned to Australia to spend two years in an academic position at the University of Tasmania before moving to the University of Queensland in 2000.

Jeff’s research interests focus on determining the optimal exercise prescription for improving health. With theoretical backgrounds in biochemistry and physiology he conducts human studies and basic science projects. His findings have emphasised the importance of cardiorespiratory fitness for health benefits and many of his current projects are using high intensity interval to improve fitness and investigate outcomes. The basic science projects are identifying the mechanisms that explain the health benefits of exercise and include work in the cardiovascular and musculoskeletal systems at cellular and molecular levels. He is also a passionate advocate on the importance of fitness for health and delivers many presentations to impact on public health. His research group comprises doctors, postdoctoral fellows and PhD students and uses the extensive resources of the exercise physiology and exercise biochemistry laboratories in the School of Human Movement and Nutrition Sciences.

Brought to you by the National Association of Diabetes Centres (NADC) and the Primary Care Diabetes Society of Australia (PCDSA)

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