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Expert Speaker Series 2017

Diabetes SA is proud to announce the 2017 Expert Speaker Series, with expert speakers presenting various education sessions in their particular field of interest.

All Expert Speaker Series sessions are FREE to Diabetes SA members

If you're thinking about joining Diabetes SA, now is the best time!

Session details:

  • Time: 6pm — 8pm
  • Venue: Diabetes SA, 159 Sir Donald Bradman Drive, Hilton
  • Cost: FREE for Diabetes SA members
  • Bookings are essential, call 1300 198 204 or email This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

Diabetes and Kidney Health — Linda Christy, Renal Nurse

Wednesday 22 March 2017

Linda-ChristyKidney disease is common in people living with diabetes. Over time high blood glucose levels and high blood pressure can damage the small blood vessels in the kidneys, which can lead to kidney disease.

Come along and listen to Linda Christy, who will discuss normal kidney function, chronic kidney disease and how it is assessed and treated to maintain function as long as possible.

Click here to book online. This session is booked out.

Diabetes and Wellbeing: Mind Your Matters — Miriam Henke, Psychologist

Wednesday 12 April 2017

Miriam-HenkeThe connection between mind and body is an important one that isn't always directly addressed when it comes to diabetes. In this presentation, Miriam will talk about the common mental challenges that people living with diabetes face and how these change and evolve as diabetes progresses.

Miriam will be providing some tools and strategies to improve resilience, wellbeing and quality of life, and give insight into mind-body therapies that can help those living with diabetes.

Click here to book online. This session is booked out.

Diabetes and Eye Health — Ben Hamlyn, Optometrist

Wednesday 24 May 2017

Ben-HamlynLooking after your eyes is very important when you have diabetes. People living with diabetes are at an increased risk of developing eye problems, which if left untreated, can lead to poor vision and blindness.

Come along and listen to Ben Hamlyn from Flinders Vision who will discuss how diabetes affects eyes and how you can keep your eyes healthy.

Click here to book online. This session is booked out. 

Diabetes and Gum Health — Cathy Nelson, SA Dental Service

Wednesday 21 June 2017

Cathy-Nelson

People with diabetes, regardless of their age, are at greater risk of developing gum disease than people who do not have diabetes.

Come along to hear Cathy Nelson from SA Dental Service discuss oral health and diabetes and how you can prevent gum disease from occurring.

Click here to book online. This session is booked out.

Diabetes and Neuropathy — Dr Tony Roberts, Endocrinologist

Tony-Roberts

Wednesday 26 July 2017

If your diabetes is well managed and you lead a healthy lifestyle, you can reduce the risk of developing diabetes-related complications.

Come along and listen to Dr Tony Roberts who will discuss neuropathy and what you can do to reduce your risk.

Click here to book online. This session is booked out.

Diabetes and Dementia — Clare Beard, Dementia Link Worker, Alzheimer's Australia SA

Clare-BeardWednesday 23 August 2017

Dementia describes a collection of symptoms that are caused by disorders of the brain. It is not one specific disease. Dementia affects thinking, behaviour and the ability to perform everyday tasks enough to interfere with a person's normal social or working life.

There are more than 353,800 people living with dementia and many have coexisting medical conditions such as diabetes.

This talk will discuss:

  • Dementia – What is it and who gets it?
  • Diabetes and Dementia – Is there a connection? What do they have in common?
  • Research and risk. What do we know?

Click here to book online. This session is booked out.

Diabetes and Women's Heart Health — Peta King, Project Manager, Heart Health Theme, SAHMRI

Wednesday 27 September 2017

Peta-KingHeart Disease is the leading cause of death in Australian Women. One in five women develop cardiovascular disease, and cardiovascular disease is responsible for one in three deaths.

Diabetes has a significant impact on the heath of Australian women, both as a chronic condition and as a risk factor for cardiovascular disease.

There is enormous potential to improve the risk profile of Australian women, and therefore reduce the number of women and families affected by cardiovascular disease.

Click here to book online. 

Diabetes and Hearing — Amanda Seamans, Clinical Audiologist, Attune Hearing

Wednesday 25 October 2017

Amanda-SeamansSome diabetes-related complications are fairly well known, including nerve and blood vessel damage to the feet, kidneys and eyes. However, many people do not think about the incidence of hearing loss and its connection to diabetes.

Amanda Seamans, Attune's Clinical Audiologist will present an informative session about our hearing pathway and explains why one in two people living with diabetes will end up with some loss of hearing.

Click here to book online. This session is booked out.

Arthritis and Diabetes — Health Educator, Arthritis South Australia

Wednesday 22 November 2017

People diagnosed with diabetes are nearly twice as likely to have arthritis, with some forms of arthritis, such as gout, having a strong association with diabetes. Arthritis is a chronic condition that can impact significantly on your daily life.

Arthritis commonly causes musculoskeletal changes that can lead to symptoms such as joint pain, stiffness and swelling. This talk presented by an Arthritis SA Health Educator will answer commonly asked questions and provide practical ideas to assist you in daily life.

Click here to book online. This session is booked out.

 
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