Diabetes Action Canada Webinars

Patient Engagement the Next Generation

This webinar features some of our most successful approaches of patient engagement in shaping our research projects.  Topics and presenters include:

  • Strengthening the Collaborations Between Patient Research Partners and Researchers
    • Presented by: Sasha Delorme on behalf of the Collective Patient Circle
  • A Digital Platform to Accelerate Research and Build Community
  • Answering questions that matter to people living with diabetes using the Canadian National Diabetes Repository
  • Engaging Patient and Public Research Partners in the Aging, Community & Health Research Unit (ACHRU) Community Partnership Program for Diabetes Self-Management for Older Adults – Canada.
  • Barriers and enablers to attending diabetic retinopathy screening experienced by immigrants to Canada from multiple cultural and linguistic minority groups

*Moderator: Tracy McQuire

The slides for this webinar in both English and French can be found here

Research Spotlight – National Diabetes Repository

This webinar highlights the National Diabetes Repository and its use as a valuable research tool for those interested in applying data science to their investigation in diabetes and its related complications. Topics and speakers include:

  • The Impact of Government-Funded Insulin Pump Programs on Insulin Pump Use in Canada: A Cross-Sectional Study Using the National Diabetes Repository
  • Trends in diabetes medication use in Canada, England, Scotland and Australia: a repeated cross-sectional analysis (2012-2017)
  • Diabetes care among people with schizophrenia: a cohort study using the Diabetes Action Canada National Diabetes Repository
    • Presented by: Braden O'Neill

*Moderator: Conrad Pow

The slides for this webinar in both English and French can be found here

Research Spotlight – T1D and AI in Diabetic Retinopathy Screening

This webinar featured projects from our trainees from across the country with representation from Ontario, Manitoba, Alberta and Quebec. Topics and speakers include:

  • Restructuring Type 1 Diabetes and Exercise Research in the Context of Patient Engagement
    • Presented by: Nika Klaprat
  • Narrative inquiry into understanding the type 1 diabetes lived experience and its motivations in seeking diabetes health services and education in Alberta
    • Presented by: Jamie Boisvenue
  • Artificial Intelligence for Diabetic Retinopathy Screening
    • Presented by: Gabriel Lepetit-Aimon & Clément Playout

*Moderator: Tracy McQuire

The slides for this webinar in both English and French can be found here

 

Research Spotlight – Patient Engagement and Knowledge Translation

This French language session featured the work of Diabetes Action Canada post-doctoral fellowship awardees, Dr. Ruth Ndjaboue, Knowledge Translation fellowship awardee, Choumous Mannobi and trainee, Alexe Deom Tardiff. Topics and speakers include:

  • Personal Impact Story: Sylvie Dostie
  • A patient-initiated research project to improve diabetes management and care
    • Presented by: Ruth Ndjaboue
  • Needs analysis and co-design of a tele-nutrition platform for the therapeutic management of patients with chronic diseases
    • Presented by: Choumous Mannobi
  • Application of Knowledge Focused on Sex and Gender for People in French-language Context: Co-creation of continuing professional development training for people experiencing diabetes and depression
    • Presented by: Alexe Deom Tardif

*Moderator: Olivia Drescher

The slides for this webinar in both English and French can be found here

Research Spotlight – Training and Mentoring

Diabetes Action Canada is thrilled to restart its highly successful webinar series.  For September, we will highlight the Training and Mentoring Program and the work of our awardees and trainees. Topics and speakers include:

  • Personal Impact Story: Tom Weisz
  • Implementation of the Indigenous Youth Mentorship Program
    • Presented by: Frances Sobierajski
  • Exploring the feasibility of a mobile health application for management and follow up of women with Gestational Diabetes Mellitus
    • Presented by: Bhavadharini Balaji
  • How knowledge exchange of primary care research can benefit diabetes individuals: a qualitative study
    • Presented by: Francesca Brundisini

*Moderated by: Tracy McQuire

The slides for this webinar in both English and French can be found here


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