Medtronic Satellite Symposia - Wednesday October 13, 10:20 - 11:20 CDT

Date: Wednesday, October 13

Time: 10:20 – 11:20 CDT

Track 1

Automated Insulin Delivery Systems in Paediatrics: Experience with the MiniMedTM 670G, 770G and 780G Systems

 

10:20 – 10:25 Introduction Prof. Robert Vigersky
10:25 – 10:40 Clinical Evidence in young children < 7 years Prof. Thomas Danne
10:40 – 10:55 Clinical Evidence in Children & Adolescents Prof. Ohad Cohen
10:55 – 11:10 Best practices with the MiniMedTM 780G System Prof. Tadej Battelino
11:10 – 11:20 Questions & Answers Prof. Robert Vigersky

Tandem Satellite Symposia - Wednesday October 13, 14:10 - 15:10 CDT

Date: Wednesday, October 13

Time: 14:10 – 15:10 CDT

Track 1

Patient Selection for Sustaining Outcomes in the Pediatric Population with the t:slim X2™ insulin pump with Control-IQ™ technology 

 

Introduction Jordan Pinsker
Emotions and Outcomes of a Pediatric Virtual Camp Valentino Cherubini
Sustaining Outcomes with AID in the Pediatric Population Molly McElwee Malloy
Patient-Selection for Hybrid Closed Loop Systems Katharine Barnard-Kelly

Provention Bio Workshop - Thursday October 14, 06:30 - 07:00 CDT

Date: Thursday, October 14

Time: 06:30 – 07:00 CDT

Track 1

Importance of Screening for Type 1 Diabetes

Speaker: Linda A. DiMeglio, MD, MPH – Indiana University School of Medicine, Riley’s Children Hospital

Screening for islet autoantibodies along with monitoring and counseling has been shown to improve clinical outcomes in type 1 diabetes (T1D). Screening studies have demonstrated reduced rates of diabetic ketoacidosis, lower rates of hospitalization at time of onset of stage 3 (clinical) T1D, and improved glycemic control with lower HbA1c. Diagnosis of T1D usually occurs suddenly and often dramatically. Diagnosis of early-stage T1D together with counseling has been shown to help ease the transition to stage 3 (insulin-dependent) T1D for patients and caregivers.

Medtronic Workshop - Thursday October 14, 06:30 - 07:00 CDT

Date: Thursday, October 14

Time: 06:30 – 07:00 CDT

Track 2

The MiniMedTM 780G system in paediatrics: Meet the Experts from around the Globe

Chair: Prof. Ohad Cohen

 

06:30 – 06:55 Initiating the MiniMedTM 780G system in children Prof. Goran Petrovski
06:45 – 07:00 Follow-up of children using the MiniMedTM 780G system Dr. Jennifer McVean

Sanofi Satellite Symposia - Thursday October 14, 10:20 - 11:20 CDT

Date: Thursday, October 14

Time: 10:20 – 11:20 CDT

Track 1

Empowering new Generations: Diabetes Management in the Age of Connectivity

 

10:20 – 10:25 Introduction Tadej Battelino
10:25 – 10:40 Evolving care in Type 1 diabetes: Outcomes with 2nd-generation basal insulin analogs Thomas Danne
10:40 – 10:55 Time-in-range and quality of life: New perspectives for young people with diabetes Frank J. Snoek
and David Maahs
10:55 – 11:15 Managing diabetes in challenging times: Addressing the evolving unmet needs of pediatric populations 

Panel discussion:

Tadej Battelino
Monika Arora
Asma el Deeb

11:15– 11:20 Summary and Close Tadej Battelino

Dexcom Satellite Symposia - Thursday October 14, 15:50 - 16:50 CDT

Date: Thursday, October 14

Time: 15:50 – 16:50 CDT

Track 1

Moving from Therapeutic Inertia to Therapeutic Action with Real-Time CGM (RT-CGM)

Moderator:        Christine Pospisil, RD, LD, CDE, Director, Clinical Education, Dexcom (United States)

Speaker:            Daniel DeSalvo, MD, Assistant Professor of Pediatrics in the Section of Diabetes and Endocrinology, Baylor College of Medicine, Texas Children’s Hospital (United States)

It can be a challenge to push past status quo and tempting to settle for “good enough” when aiming to achieve optimal glycemic outcomes for youth with type 1 diabetes.  In this presentation you will hear the latest research for effective diabetes management including:

  • Developing strategies to optimize use of RT-CGM early in T1D diagnosis
  • Overcoming barriers and motivating continued use of RT-CGM
  • Providing a patient-centered approach and move toward therapeutic alliance with T1D patients and their families
  • Equipping and empowering patients with proactive self-management strategies outside of clinic encounters

Insulet Satellite Symposia - Friday October 15, 09:10 - 10:10 CDT

Date: Friday, October 15

Time: 09:10 – 10:10 CDT

Track 1

How early is too early? Experience with initiation of pump therapy in young children

 

Introduction Dr. Trang Ly
Early implementation of Omnipod in very young children & adolescents Dr. Peter Adolfsson
Novel use of a pump post pancreatectomy for congenital hyperinsulinism Dr. Paul Thornton
Experience with the use of advanced technology in children with diabetes Ms Jennifer Boyd
Q&A All