Day 1: Friday, May 1, 2020
2:30 pm Welcome and Introductions Alice Y.Y. Cheng, MD SESSION LINK
2:45 pm Evidence Behind Dietary Intervention in Diabetes in 2020 John Sievenpiper, MD
3:15 pm Update on CVOTs: Is it time for a new approach? Alice Y.Y. Cheng, MD
3:45 pm Severe Hypoglycemia in Canada Rémi Rabasa-Lhoret, MD
4:15 pm Health Break
4:30 pm Update on CKD and Diabetes: Treatment and mechanisms Jordan Weinstein, MD
5:00 pm Diabetes Drugs for Those Without Diabetes: Where are we now and what does the future hold? Jacob A. Udell, MD
5:30 pm End of Day 1
Day 2: Saturday, May 2, 2020
10:30 am Workshops (Please choose one):
  Workshop 1: A Practical Approach to Popular Diets in Diabetes and Obesity Wendy Graham, RD, CDE SESSION LINK
  Workshop 2: Is There Really a Need for the Newer Insulins? Irene Hramiak, MD SESSION LINK
  Workshop 3: Not the Usual Diabetes (cystic fibrosis, DM post solid organ transplant, DM post islet transplant) Peter Senior, MD SESSION LINK
11:10 am Health Break
11:20 am Welcome and Introductions Planning Committee SESSION LINK
11:30 am Limb Preservation: #ActAgainstAmputation Zaina Albalawi, MD
12:00 pm Screening for Cardiovascular Disease: What you need to know James Stone, MD
12:30 pm Beyond A1C, Time in Range and Glucose Variability: Is it time for a new gold standard? Ilana Halperin, MD
1:00 pm Health Break
1:10 pm Update on Novel Therapies in Diabetes: What’s hot and what’s new? Ronald Goldenberg, MD
1:40 pm Debate: SGLT2i Should Be Used as Adjunctive Therapy for Patients With Type 1 Diabetes Ian Blumer, MD and Bruce Perkins, MD
2:20 pm Closing Remarks / End of Congress
2:30 pm End of Congress

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