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2018 Food and Health Seminar

The Whole Picture

On Saturday 24 February, Diabetes SA held its annual Food and Health Seminar at the Adelaide Convention Centre, this year's topic being 'The Whole Picture'.

We were privileged to hear from three expert presenters who provided some really interesting information around diet and exercise, relative to diabetes.

Associate Professor Richard Young, Senior Research Fellow within the Discipline of Medicine, University of Adelaide, based at the South Australian Health & Medical Research Institute (SAHMRI) translated his current research into artificial sweeteners which explores the effect of sweeteners on the gastrointestinal system and glucose absorption, assessing the overall impact on diabetes management. The audience were captivated and had some very good questions.

Thomas Pretlove, Accredited Exercise Physiologist working at Adelaide Exercise Physiology, specialises in areas of diabetes management and prevention, musculoskeletal assessment and ongoing rehabilitation.
Thomas discussed the barriers, benefits and motivators for activity, providing some very practical advice, and referral pathways for people with chronic conditions. Making physical activity achievable for all with the aim of helping people feel better every day was a key message.

Anissia Fairlie, Accredited Practising Dietitian Diabetes SA, with previous experience across private practice and aged care, working with a range of chronic conditions, discussed the evidence for a range of dietary patterns that have been used in research to assist in the management of diabetes. Anissia explored their commonalities to discuss which dietary patterns are associated with good health outcomes. The take home message was 'Eat food, mostly plant, not too much'. Simple!

A number of exhibitors provided interesting insight into their practice and research, as well as providing some great resources for attendees.

Thank you to all of our wonderful presenters who dedicated their Saturday morning in an endeavour to make a difference to the lives of people living with diabetes. We are very grateful.

We had one lucky winner take home a lovely gift pack that was donated by the Australian Mushroom Growers Association.

The feedback was fantastic on the day, and this was reflected in the attendees feedback forms.

Again, the seminar was filmed and will be available on our Online learning Platform on the Diabetes SA website, along with a number of other seminars and programs.

Our next seminar will be in July, keep an eye on our website for more information in the coming months.

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This seminar has been recorded and will be available as an online webcast. Click here to subscribe to e-news.

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The National Diabetes Services Scheme (NDSS) is an initiative of the Australian Government administered with the assistance of Diabetes Australia.

 
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Teen Camp 2018

Diabetes SA held their annual Teen Camp for teenagers living with type 1 diabetes at Mylor Baptist Camp on Saturday 17 February to Sunday 18 February 2018. At camp we had 29 teenagers aged between 13 to 16 years, staff from Diabetes SA's Health Services Team and a group of volunteers consisting of doctors, nurses, credentialled diabetes educators and adult leaders who live with type 1 diabetes, who all had an action packed adrenaline pumping weekend.

The weather was clear and sunny for most of the camp weekend and the mood of everyone on camp certainly was great!

During the weekend the teens got to know each other through activities consisting of the giant swing, flying fox, archery, high ropes, canoeing, swimming and the challenge course which was a new activity that Diabetes SA hadn't participated in before. The high ropes and giant swing were a big hit with the teens with many of them conquering their fears and scaling new heights.

Saturday night was Movie Night with the teens either watching Maze Runner or playing alternative outdoor activities with some of our leaders.

For many of the teens it was their first time on camp and being around others living with type 1 diabetes. It was a perfect opportunity for them to make new friends and learn from each other and their experiences with diabetes. For others it was a great opportunity to learn more about their own diabetes and develop new skills. Prizes were awarded to some of the teens for star achievements, conquering new experiences or challenges and going above and beyond to help others.

Diabetes SA cannot run these camps without the cooperation of staff, volunteers, leaders and teens – so a big THANK YOU goes out to everyone involved – it was a memorable weekend for everyone involved and a great success!

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Diabetes SA Research Grants

The Board is pleased to announce the following co-opted specialist advisors have been appointed to the Diabetes SA Research Sub-Committee:

Professor Jennifer Couper

Jennifer-CouperJenny Couper is a paediatric endocrinologist who directs the Diabetes and Endocrinology Department at the Women's & Children's Hospital in Adelaide and the Discipline of Paediatrics at the University of Adelaide. Jennifer also leads the National Health and Medical Research Council JDRF Centre for Research Excellence for the Protection of Pancreatic Beta Cells and the national ENDIA (Environmental Determinants of type1 diabetes) consortium.

Professor Michael Horowitz

Michael-HorowitzProfessor Michael Horowitz has been the Director of the Endocrine and Metabolic Unit at the Royal Adelaide Hospital since 1997 and his research activities are almost exclusively clinically based and relate primarily to gastrointestinal motor, sensory and hormone function particularly in the context of diabetes mellitus, appetite regulation, critical illness and aging. Professor Horowitz leads the National Health and Medical Research Council Centre of Research Excellence in Translating Nutritional Science to Good Health, he is also the co author of 604 peer reviewed papers and 40 book chapters.

Associate Professor Stephen Stranks

Stephen-StranksAssociate Professor Stephen Stranks is the Director of Southern Adelaide Diabetes and Endocrine Services and Associate Professor at Flinders University of South Australia. His clinical role involves delivery of services in diabetes, endocrinology and metabolic bone disease at Flinders Medical Centre, Noarlunga Hospital and public outreach services in the community. His major personal interests are in postgraduate training and clinical trials in diabetes management in outpatient and inpatient settings. He leads clinical research and provides diabetes and metabolic input to Flinders Cardiac research and Flinders Clinical Trial Centre. He is also a Council Representative for the Australian Diabetes Society.

Dr Anthony Roberts

Tony-RobertsDr Anthony Roberts is currently the Medical Coordinator of the Royal Adelaide Hospital's Thyroid and Parathyroid Clinic. He is a Principal Investigator of SA Endocrine Research Pty Ltd and has conducted over two hundred international clinical trials. He is very committed to post graduate teaching and gives numerous lectures each year. His areas of interest include type 1 and type 2 diabetes specifically – insulin pump therapy, continuous glucose monitoring, diabetes related complications, diabetes in pregnancy and new agents available in clinical trials. Other areas of interest include adrenal disorders, thyroid and parathyroid disorders, osteoporosis, Paget's bone disease, gender identity disorder, pituitary disorders and male hypogonadism. Dr Anthony Roberts is the Honorary Consultant Endocrinologist for the Association and regularly gives of his time to support the Association including the awarding of Kellion medals to South Australian recipients at the Annual General Meeting.

These four co-opted specialists along with Board Members Peter Crouch (President), Monika Kruger (Vice President), Geoff Weeks (Vice President), and Roslyn Hewlett (Committee Member) will review applications in terms of fit to priority research areas, the ability for the project to be completed in two years or less, the potential timeframe for outcomes of research to be implemented and the extent of involvement of other funding sources. Shortlisted applicants will be asked to present their proposal to the Board and its advisers for a final decision. Details of successful applicants will be announced in April.

 
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Diabetes SA Research

Diabetes SA Market Research

Since 1953 the delivery of services to people with diabetes including their carer's and families has largely been the domain of Diabetes SA but with recent changes including the redirection of product to pharmacy and the growing availability of diabetes services and programs, the Board have committed to conducting market research that suitably informs the needs and views of people in relation to the services linked to diabetes and the channels to access them.

The results of this research will inform the Association's strategic direction and the development of a future business model that will ensure the long-term sustainability of the Association.

Click here to find out more.

Diabetes SA Research Grants

As part of our mission, Diabetes SA through the generous support of our members and the community of South Australia has been able to support research into diabetes almost since our inception. Our commitment to funding research that is directed towards prevention, detection, management of diabetes and the identification, delivery and performance of services is paramount.

Click here to read the Diabetes SA Research Grants announcement from November 2017.

Click here to find out more about the Diabetes SA Research Sub-Committee.

Diabetes SA is excited to announce the researchers who have been successful in securing funding from the Diabetes SA Research Grant Program.

Click here to find out more.

Whilst each area of research is different both ultimately lead to better outcomes for people living with diabetes and those at risk. 

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Expert Speaker Series 2018

2018-expert-speakersDiabetes SA is proud to announce the 2018 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

Secret Men's Business — Dr Tony Roberts

Wednesday 18 April 2018

Come along and listen to Dr Tony Roberts, a leading Endocrinologist, who will discuss men's health issues and what you can do to help reduce your risk of complications.

Click here to book online.

Diabetes and Wellbeing: Your Mind Matters — Miriam Henke

Wednesday 23 May 2018

The connection between mind and body is an important one that isn't always directly addressed when it comes to diabetes. In this presentation, Miriam Henke, Psychologist, will talk about the common mental challenges that people living with diabetes face and how these can 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 help those living with diabetes.

Click here to book online.

Podiatry — Lynne Corbett

Wednesday 20 June 2018

Damage to the nerves and the blood supply to the feet caused by diabetes can put your feet at risk of damage. Come along and listen to Lynne Corbett, a Podiatrist from Uni SA who will discuss the importance of managing your diabetes to prevent any problems from occurring and what you can do to ensure your feet remain healthy.

Click here to book online.

Diabetes and Exercise — Chris Favel

Wednesday 25 July 2018

This session presented by Chris Flavel, Exercise Physiologist, looks at how you can incorporate movement into your daily life. Physical activity has many benefits, including assisting to manage blood glucose levels, cardiovascular health, and emotional well-being.

Click here to book online.

 
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Seeking input from people at risk of developing diabetes

The Association is pleased to advise that we will be working closely with Dr Lara Stocchi and her team at Flinders Business (Flinders University of South Australia) to identify the needs and views of people in relation to the services linked to diabetes and the channels to access them.

Click here for more information about the project.

We are now seeking expression of interest from people who have not been diagnosed with diabetes (this may be people at risk of diabetes due to family history or people with pre-diabetes) to be contacted in the near future.

Get involved

If you are at risk of developing diabetes or have pre-diabetes and would like to get involved, please fill out your details below.

 
 
 
 
 
 
 

 
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