Sensor Augmented Pump Therapy SAP in Type 1 Diabetes
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Sensor Augmented Pump Therapy SAP in Type 1 Diabetes T1D INTERNATIONAL CENTRES OF REFERENCE - OPTIMIZE LEVEL

DESCRIPTION

The Type 1 Center of Reference Optimize courses are organized for both adult and paediatric care. The aim is to elevate SAP delivery and centre efficiency to the level of reference through international best practice sharing and expert consultancy. 

The starting point for each of these courses is the importance of the multidisciplinary team approach in the treatment of your patients.  Not only will you be challenged in the optimal SAP use by the analysis of multiple case studies during small group work, the philosophy of whole integrated care approach is common to all of these leading host centres.  Psychological aspects of education come more and more to the forefront.

  • Optimise Paediatric Course – 1.5 days, running twice per year, at Auf Der Bult Pediatric Hospital, Hannover by Prof. T. Danne and Prof. O. Kordonouri and team
  • Optimize Adult Course – 1.5 days, running twice per year, at King’s College Hospital, London by Dr Pratik Choudhary and his team
  • Optimize Adult Course – 2 days, running twice per year, in Copenhagen, by Dr Kirsten Noergaard and her team

AUDIENCE

Participants should meet the following criteria: 

  • Basic pump navigation, know how to program basal rates and set up Bolus Wizard™. Practical knowledge about how to change settings. Have tried at least once to set up an insulin pump and know how to fill reservoirs, inserting infusion sets and sensors
  • Know how to download into CareLink™ and basic understanding of CareLink™ reports
  • Basics of carbohydrate counting and why it is important for patients

 

OBJECTIVE

The aim is to elevate SAP delivery and centre efficiency to the level of reference through international best practice sharing and expert consultancy. 

 

PREREQUISITES

  • Participants will be asked to do some pre-reading, either via email or via e-learning modules
  • Participants are encouraged to send their clinical cases for group discussions onsite

 

FORMAT

The course will be an interactive and advanced hands-on experience with a variety of teaching methods as short  lectures, group work, practical  work and sessions with discussion.

 

PRELIMINARY AGENDA

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