EXTOD 2021 Programme

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Sessions 1-3 will be webinars which cover physiology and basic strategies to control glucose around exercise, how to motivate people with type 1 diabetes to exercise, a practical guide to supporting people with type 1 diabetes using technology.

Sessions 4-6 will be open, interactive workshops. Participants will be able to choose 3 of 5 workshops to join.

Session 7 will give the first view of the clinical guidelines developed by EXTOD in collaboration with ABCD DTN and the BDA (British Dietetic association).

Session time Session title Speakers
Wednesday, 6th October, 18:00 Pre-course Webinar - Physiology and Basic strategies to control glucose around exercise

This webinar is aimed at people attending the conference for the first time or wanting to refresh their knowledge on the physiology of exercise or basic strategies to control glucose levels.
Videos on the physiology of exercise and strategies to control glucose around exercise with be made available to watch before this webinar. At this webinar questions on these subjects will be answered.
Associate Professor Rob Andrews
Dr. Parth Narendran
Wednesday, 20th October, 18:00 Webinar 1 - Exercise promotion - how to motivate people with type 1 diabetes to exercise

This webinar will summarise the most up to date evidence on how to motivate people with type 1 diabetes to exercise and then give an example of a simple technique that can be used in clinic.
Matt Cock
Ms. Anne Marie Frohock
Wednesday, 27th October, 18:00 Webinar 2 - Pumps/closed loop systems and CGMS – a practical guide to supporting people with type 1 diabetes using technology

This webinar will summarise the most up to date evidence and advice on how pumps, closed loop systems, continuous glucose and flash glucose monitors can be used to help manage glucose around exercise.
Mr. John Pemberton
Dr. Alistair Lumb
Wednesday, 3rd November, 18:00 Workshop 1 - Advanced diet

This interactive workshop will run from 6:00pm - 7:45pm on 3, 17 & 24 November 2021.
Mrs. Claire Foster
Mrs. Helen Brown
Wednesday, 3rd November, 18:00 Workshop 2 - Couch to Marathon

This interactive workshop will run from 6:00pm - 7:45pm on 3, 17 & 24 November 2021.
Last year this was our most popular workshop. This workshop will go over how to assess if a patient is safe to exercise and then take you from starting advice through to planning for a marathon.
Ms. Carin Hume
Professor F. Susan Wong
Wednesday, 3rd November, 18:00 Workshop 3 - Low carbohydrate and supplements and exercise

This interactive workshop will run from 6:00pm - 7:45pm on 3, 17 & 24 November 2021.
Although we do not endorse the use of low carbohydrate or supplements, we recognise that many people do use these diets and supplements and there is a need to support them. This workshop will explain what adaptions need to be made to standard advice around exercise for people on low carbohydrate diets and what the pros and cons are of supplements.
Ms. Manyee Li
Ms. Anne Marie Frohock
Wednesday, 3rd November, 18:00 Workshop 4 - Motivating to exercise

This interactive workshop will run from 6:00pm - 7:45pm on 3, 17 & 24 November 2021.
This workshop will provide you with different techniques that you can use in clinic to help to motivate your patients to increase their exercise levels.
Dr. Parth Narendran
Matt Cock
Wednesday, 3rd November, 18:00 Workshop 5 - Technology and exercise

This interactive workshop will run form 6:00pm - 7:45pm on 3, 17 & 24 November 2021.
Informed by the latest research this workshop will provide practical advice as to how to use insulin pumps, closed loop systems, continuous glucose and flash glucose monitors to manage glucose before, during and after exercise.
Dr. Alistair Lumb
Mr. John Pemberton
Wednesday, 1st December, 18:00 Webinar 3 - Exercise and pregnancy - advice on who can exercise, and how to manage glucose

This webinar will give the first view of the clinical guidelines developed by EXTOD in collaboration with ABCD DTN and the BDA (British Dietetic association).
To Be Confirmed
Mrs. Claire Foster