We are delighted to invite you once again to the annual Exercise for Type 1 Diabetes (EXTOD) conference. We will continue the online format from last year, holding them on consecutive Wednesday evenings through October, November, and December 2021. Our programme this year caters for people attending for the first time and for people who have previously attended with three new topics and additional podcasts and videos.
So, what is new this year?
This year we will cover three new topic areas:
- How to motivate patients with type 1 diabetes to increase their exercise levels.
- What advice to give to patients with type 1 diabetes who are on low carbohydrate diets and/or are considering supplements and exercising.
- What advice to give on exercise and controlling glucose for pregnant women with diabetes (type 1, type 2 and gestational diabetes).
Podcasts of patients with type 1 diabetes talking about how they manage their glucose around different exercise and short videos exploring different areas, such as psychology of exercise, in more detail will also be available for the duration of the conference to watch in your own time.
What about if I am attending for the first time?
To cater for people attending for the first time. We will make available videos on the physiology of exercise and strategies to control glucose around exercise and hold a preconference webinar on Wednesday 6th October 2021 to answer any questions on these subjects. The couch to marathon workshop will then take you through the basic principles of advising patients on how to exercise safely. The other webinars and workshops will build on this knowledge.
|Who should attend?
|Why should you attend?
Approval will be applied for to the Federation of the Royal Colleges of Physicians of the United Kingdom for CPD credit(s).
This event is full subscribed, but you can still register for on demand access.
Exercise for Type One Diabetes (EXTOD) is an association set up by Dr Rob Andrews and Dr Parth Narendran that aims to improve our knowledge on the risk and benefits of exercise in type 1 diabetes as well as improving the advice that is given to patients with type 1 diabetes on how to maintain their blood glucoses in a safe range before, during and after exercise. For more information about EXTOD please visit https://extod.org
|The Association of British Clinical Diabetologists (ABCD Diabetes Care Ltd) is the national organisation of Consultant Physicians in Britain who specialise in the management of Diabetes Mellitus. ABCD was established in 1997 with the principal objective of ensuring high quality care for all UK diabetes patients. ABCD is a professional organisation committed to the preservation and support of diabetes specialist care services through the provision of research, education and ongoing professional development. For more information visit https://abcd.care/