A Changing Landscape: Mechanisms and Therapies for CKD in Diabetes

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LMA Diabetes and Metabolism Research Lecture Series

“A Changing Landscape: Mechanisms and Therapies for CKD in Diabetes”
Katherine Tuttle, MD
University of Washington

Joslin Diabetes Center
3rd Floor Lecture Hall - Room 306 12:00 PM
(Doors open at 11:50)
Lunch is provided

 

CME Credit (Physician’s only): If you would like to receive CME credit for this seminar, please sign the sign-in sheet at the table outside of the lecture hall. A credit transcript will be generated by HMS after June 30, 2020, reflecting credits earned for the 2019-2020 series. Accreditation: The Harvard Medical School is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education to provide continuing medical education for physicians. The Harvard Medical School designates this live activity for a maximum of 1 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit™. Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.

 

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Targeting Senescent Cells

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LMA Diabetes and Metabolism Research Lecture Series

“Targeting Senescent Cells”
Nathan K. LeBrasseur, PhD, MS
Mayo Clinic

Joslin Diabetes Center
3rd Floor Lecture Hall - Room 306
12:00 PM (Doors open at 11:50)
Lunch is provided

 

CME Credit (Physician’s only): If you would like to receive CME credit for this seminar, please sign the sign-in sheet at the table outside of the lecture hall. A credit transcript will be generated by HMS after June 30, 2020, reflecting credits earned for the 2019-2020 series. Accreditation: The Harvard Medical School is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education to provide continuing medical education for physicians. The Harvard Medical School designates this live activity for a maximum of 1 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit™. Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.

 

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Non-coding genes regulate pancreatic islet function

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Dr. Michael Brownlee Visiting Professor Lectureship in Diabetes Research

“Non-coding genes regulate pancreatic islet function”
Lori Sussel, PhD University of Colorado
Joslin Diabetes Center
3rd Floor Lecture Hall - Room 306
12:00 PM (Doors open at 11:50)
Lunch is provided

CME Credit (Physician’s only): If you would like to receive CME credit for this seminar, please sign the sign-in sheet at the table outside of the lecture hall. A credit transcript will be generated by HMS after June 30, 2020, reflecting credits earned for the 2019-2020 series. Accreditation: The Harvard Medical School is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education to provide continuing medical education for physicians. The Harvard Medical School designates this live activity for a maximum of 1 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit™. Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.

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DO IT Program

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Joslin's Diabetes Outpatient Intensive Treatment (DO IT) is a four-day intensive outpatient program for individuals with any type of diabetes mellitus; includes individual attention and small-group education; provides a personalized diabetes management plan.

The program is results-oriented and utilizes the latest diabetes research and expertise to improve your control and put you on track for a healthier tomorrow.

For information about DO IT, or information on lodging if you will be travelling to Boston for DO IT, call 617-309-2628 or email doit [at] joslin.harvard.edu.

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Diabetes 101: Caring for Children with Diabetes

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Joslin offers classes and support groups for the caregivers of pediatric patients.

These classes cover the basics of diabetes, how to manage the condition, and technologies used in its treatment. Many caregivers in our community find support, strength, and hope as they connect with other families and learn age-appropriate techniques for managing diabetes.

Upon completion of the Diabetes 101 class, the participant will be able to:

  • Define and understand type 1 diabetes and symptoms
  • Describe treatment options for childhood diabetes
  • Describe how food impacts diabetes management
  • Identify approaches to managing diabetes within the
  • child’s and families’ lifestyle
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DO IT Program

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Joslin's Diabetes Outpatient Intensive Treatment (DO IT) is a four-day intensive outpatient program for individuals with any type of diabetes mellitus; includes individual attention and small-group education; provides a personalized diabetes management plan.

The program is results-oriented and utilizes the latest diabetes research and expertise to improve your control and put you on track for a healthier tomorrow.

For information about DO IT, or information on lodging if you will be travelling to Boston for DO IT, call 617-309-2628 or email doit [at] joslin.harvard.edu.

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Introduction to Technologies for Children with Type 1 Diabetes

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Joslin offers classes and support groups for the caregivers of pediatric patients.

These classes cover the basics of diabetes, how to manage the condition, and technologies used in its treatment. Many caregivers in our community find support, strength, and hope as they connect with other families and learn age-appropriate techniques for managing diabetes.

Upon completion of the Introduction to Technologies for Children with
Type 1 Diabetes class, the participant will be able to:

  • Define and understand type 1 diabetes and symptoms
  • Describe treatment options for childhood diabetes
  • Describe how food impacts diabetes management
  • Identify approaches to managing diabetes within the
  • child’s and families’ lifestyle
  • Classes

Diabetes 101: Caring for Children with Diabetes

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Get Directions

Joslin offers classes and support groups for the caregivers of pediatric patients.

These classes cover the basics of diabetes, how to manage the condition, and technologies used in its treatment. Many caregivers in our community find support, strength, and hope as they connect with other families and learn age-appropriate techniques for managing diabetes.

Upon completion of the Diabetes 101 class, the participant will be able to:

  • Define and understand type 1 diabetes and symptoms
  • Describe treatment options for childhood diabetes
  • Describe how food impacts diabetes management
  • Identify approaches to managing diabetes within the
  • child’s and families’ lifestyle
  • Classes

DO IT Program

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Joslin's Diabetes Outpatient Intensive Treatment (DO IT) is a four-day intensive outpatient program for individuals with any type* of diabetes mellitus; includes individual attention and small-group education; provides a personalized diabetes management plan *(the May class is only for people with type 1 or people with type 2 using insulin).

The program is results-oriented and utilizes the latest diabetes research and expertise to improve your control and put you on track for a healthier tomorrow.

For information about DO IT, or information on lodging if you will be travelling to Boston for DO IT, call 617-309-2628 or email doit [at] joslin.harvard.edu.

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