Scientific Programme

The scientific programme of the World Diabetes Congress 2015 will showcase the latest advances in diabetes research, epidemiology and management. By bringing together 350 international speakers the congress will provide delegates with 220 hours of scientific sessions as well as over 1000 posters.

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Stream  Learning Objectives
Basic and Clinical Science  Learn of the latest advances in diabetes research and clinical practice in the real world.
Diabetes in Indigenous Peoples Rates of diabetes in Indigenous peoples are amongst the highest in the world. Understand the latest research advances and the existing care gaps.
Education and Integrated Care  Gain knowledge of how people with diabetes can effectively manage their own care and what the role of healthcare professionals is. 
Global Challenges in Health  Understand the global public health challenges today and how can we mitigate these to create a healthier future for all.
Living with Diabetes  Realise how a person with diabetes can live the best life possible.
Public Health and Epidemiology  Learn of the new approaches to diabetes prevention and the latest diabetes trends and patterns across different populations

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Abstract and Grant Information

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Programme Schedule

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