IDF 2018 Programme

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Preliminary Scientific Programme

The preliminary scientific programme is now available. This programme is subject to change and will be updated regularly.

VIEW THE PRELIMINARY SCIENTIFIC PROGRAMME.

CME Accreditation

ECMEThe IDF Diabetes Complications Congress 2018has been accredited with 15 European CME credits.

Indian CME accreditation has also been applied for.

Abstract Submission

The IDF Diabetes Complications Congress 2018 late-breaking abstract submission period is open.

Deadline for submission is 9 September 2018.

Submit your late-breaking abstract.

Programme Streams
  • Diabetes Complications
  • Diabetic Foot
  • Foot - Peripheral Arterial Disease
  • Foot - Ulcers and Infection
  • Foot - Diabetic Peripheral Neuropathy and Charcot
  • Cardiovascular Risk Factors
  • Coronary Heart Disease and Heart Failure
  • Diabetes and Kidney Disease
  • Diabetic Eye Disease

View the stream descriptions and learning objectives

Programme Schedule

IDF 2018 Programme Schedule

Programme

The increase in rates of diabetes across the globe brings with it an increase in diabetes complications. Poor diabetes management, whether through lack of education, limited access to care or undiagnosed conditions, means that diabetes complications are a real problem in most countries. A large number of people with diabetes are unaware of having complications. It is estimated that every 30 seconds a lower limb or part of a lower limb is lost to amputation somewhere in the world as a consequence of diabetes.1

IDF has launched a new series of live educational events to tackle the issues around diabetes complications. These biennial events will cover diabetes complications and highlight one specific complication at each event. The first in this series will focus on the diabetic foot.

The aim of the IDF Diabetes Complications Congress 2018 is to provide participants with the latest research, treatments and tools to limit and treat diabetes complications. The ultimate goal is to improve outcomes and quality of life for people with diabetes.

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