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DIABETES GPS: Helping you navigate diabetes type 1 and type 2 your way Le GPS du diabète: type 1 & type 2

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Joignez-vous à la section professionnelle montréalaise de Diabète Canada et FRDJ pour un après-midi rempli d'informations pour vous aider à mieux gérer votre diabète de type 1 et type 2.

Join The Montreal Diabetes Educators' Chapter and JDRF for an afternoon of great information to help you manage your type 1 and type 2 diabetes

*** Bilingual conference / conférence bilingue ***

*Mise à jour sur le diabète - Gérer votre santé mentale - Nutrition- Pharmacologie - Nouvelles Technologies ***

* Diabetes Updates - Manage your mental health - Nutrition - Pharmacology - New technologies *

Schedule/Horaire:

12:30-13H00: inscription / registration

13h00 – 13h10 accueil | welcome

13h10 – 13h55 mise à jour sur le diabète | diabetes update

Dr. Annie-Sophie Brazeau **

SESSION DIABÈTE DE TYPE 1 | TYPE 1 DIABETES SESSION ***

14h05 – 15h00 Posez vos question sur votre santé mentale et le DT1 au psychiatre

Ask your questions about your mental health and T1D to the psychiatrist

Dr. Mona Gupta***

SESSION DIABÈTE DE TYPE 2 | TYPE 2 DIABETES SESSIONS***

14:05 - 15:00

Guide alimentaire canadien - Canada Food Guide

Sarah Blunden

Gestion pharmacologique - Pharmacological management

Sandy Araujo

Yoga - Pause Détente

Subanki Sivanantharajah

15h00 – 15h30 pause nutrition | nutrition break

15h30 – 16h15 diabète & technologie | diabetes & technology

Dr. Jean-Francois Yale

16h20-16h30 remarques de cloture | closing remarks

**Salle d’exposition est ouverte de 12h00 – 17h00 | Exposition hall is open from 12h00 – 17h00**

Dr. Anne-Sophie Brazeau is a registered dietitian, an Assistant Professor, and Program Director of Dietetic Education and Practice in the School of Human Nutrition at McGill University. Her interest in improving the long-term health of her patients with diabetes led her to pursue graduate studies in Nutrition. Her research has focused on characterizing lifestyle (exercise/sedentary/eating) behaviors of adults with type 1 diabetes (e.g. barriers to exercise, impact of carbohydrate counting on glucose fluctuation) and on families with a previous history of gestational diabetes (e.g. shared behaviours between partners). In order to translate their findings into practical applications, Dr. Brazeau and her colleagues have developed and tested group-based lifestyle intervention (diet and exercise) for adults with type 1 diabetes as well as for families with a history of gestational diabetes promoting the importance of social support for lifestyle changes. Currently Dr. Brazeau is overseeing the implementation and launch of the BETTER registry, a province wide registry for people living with type 1 diabetes

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Mona Gupta est psychiatre au CHUM et chercheuse régulière au CRCHUM à Montréal. Elle est également Professeure Agrégée de Clinique au Département de Psychiatrie et Addictologie à l’Université de Montréal. Elle a reçu son diplôme en médicine de l’Université McGill et elle a fait sa résidence et son fellowship en psychiatrie à l’Université de Toronto, où elle a aussi fait son doctorat en bioéthique. La thématique large de ses recherches porte sur l’interaction entre l’éthique et l’épistémologie en psychiatrie.

Dans sa pratique clinique elle travaille majoritairement avec des patients atteints d’un diabète de type 1. Elle a été impliqué dans la recherche et le développement des nouveaux programmes cliniques pour les personnes ayant un diabète de type 1 et des enjeux de santé mentale.

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Dr. Yale is professor of endocrinology at McGill University, and endocrinologist at the McGill University Health Centre and at LMC Endocrinology and Metabolism Clinics. Dr Yale chaired the Clinical and Scientific Section of the CDA from 1992-1994. He chaired the Expert Committee that published the 2001 Canadian Diabetes Association Clinical Practice Guidelines for the Prevention and Management of Hypoglycemia in Diabetes. He is a member of the Steering Committee for the Canadian Diabetes Association Clinical Practice Guidelines since 1995. His research interests (281 publications) include the prevention of hypoglycemia in type 1 diabetes, intensive management of type 1 and type 2 diabetes, and he participated in numerous multicentre trials on new therapies for type 1 and type 2 diabetes.

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Montréal, QC H4P 2H2

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