We are delighted to announce that the oral presentation and poster discussion sessions, as well as all abstracts, are now online! The finalised programme can be viewed using the fully-searchable online scientific programme. This tool allows you to search the programme by day, stream, session format, topic, keyword or author. Its versatility makes it invaluable in the planning of your visit and enables you to tailor your congress experience
Please note that all information is subject to change.
Please note that abstracts have not yet been selected so poster sessions are not online. All sessions are subject to changePlease note that abstracts have not yet been selected so poster sessions are not online. All sessions are subject to change.Please note that abstracts have not yet been selected so poster sessions are not online. All sessions are subject to change.
The Programme Committee has put together a state-of-the-art programme with each of the seven streams offering interesting topics presented by eminent speakers. We aim to provide an optimum congress experience to participants through the creation of innovative and interactive sessions.
The seven streams are:
|Programme Chair||Paul Zimmet|
|Basic and Clinical Science||Mark Cooper|
|Diabetes in Indigenous Peoples||Alex Brown|
|Diabetes Research in the 20th Century: a Historical Perspective||Pierre Lefèbvre|
|Education, Integrated Care||Angus Forbes|
|Global Challenges in Health||Linong Ji|
|Living with Diabetes||João Valente Nabais|
|Public Health and Epidemiology||Jonathan Shaw|
Video messages from the Stream Leads
Over 3.5 days and in 13 parallel rooms, The World Diabetes Congress Melbourne 2013 Programme will consist of various sessions in different formats. The poster area will host over 1000 posters for display and a poster presentation session.
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