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Diabetes Update Day

October 10, 2015


Don’t miss this one-day seminar.

Learn while you earn CPD points.


More speakers just announced for Diabetes Update Day 2015. Places are limited so call 1300 136 588 now or book your place online here.



Professor David Raubenheimer

Leonard P Ullmann Chair in Nutritional Ecology

University of Sydney

How Can Nutritional Ecology Help to Improve Human Health?


Clinical Associate Professor Roger Chen

Clinical Associate Professor

University of Sydney

New Medications for Type 2 Diabetes: One Size Does Not Fit All


Dr Kirstine Bell


The University of Newcastle

Optimising Mealtime Insulin Dosing: Does Protein and Fat Matter?


Professor Neville Owen   

Program Head, Behavioural and Generational Change Head

Baker IDI Heart and Diabetes Institute

Too Much Sitting and Diabetes: Emerging Evidence and Opportunities


Dr Kieron Rooney

Senior Lecturer

Faculty of Health Sciences, Charles Perkins Centre, University of Sydney

Not so sweet afterall? Is there a role for non-nutritive sweeteners in the management of glycaemic control and adiposity


Dr Rosemary Sheehy

Staff Specialist Geriatrician and Endocrinologist

Balmain Hospital

Caring for the Older Person with Diabetes


Professor Jane Speight 

Foundation Director

The Australian Centre for Behavioural Research in Diabetes

SMBG is Dead; Long Live SMBG: The Controversial Role of Blood Glucose Monitoring Among People with Non-Insulin-Treated Type 2 Diabetes


Dr Jessica Browne

Research Fellow

The Australian Centre for Behavioural Research in Diabetes

Diabetes Stigma: An Invisible Barrier to Behaviour Change


Rachelle Cutler

Community Pharmacist and Tutor

Graduate School of Health, University of Technology Sydney

Medication Review in Focus


Saturday 10th October 2015, 8.30am – 4pm

Australian Technology Park, Eveleigh

General Admission $150+Booking Fee


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Or call our customer care line on 1300 136 588

The National Diabetes Services Scheme (NDSS) is an initiative of the Australian Government administered by Diabetes Australia.The NDSS agent in New South Wales is Diabetes NSW. In NSW, syringes and disposable needles under this scheme are co-funded by the NSW Department of Health.


Learning Objectives:

  • Develop and consolidate knowledge around diabetes and lifestyle best practice principles.
  • Increase awareness of issues relating to obesity and diabetes.
  • Update knowledge of diabetes and its complications to enable attendees support behaviour change in people living with or at risk of diabetes.
  • Increase awareness of the latest developments and research in diabetes and its complications


October 10, 2015
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Australian Technology Park
Eveleigh , NSW 2015

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