Australasian Diabetes Congress 2020: update
As the COVID-19 situation unfolds globally, and in alignment with the current restrictions on public gatherings, ADS together with ADEA have made the decision to postpone the 2020 Australasian Diabetes Congress.
ADC2020 will now be held on 4–6 November 2020 in Adelaide.
Postponing the Congress is a necessary and responsible course of action. The health and wellbeing of attendees is of the utmost importance. This decision also recognises that most of the prospective ADC attendees are frontline health workers who are already stretched to capacity at this time and for the foreseeable future.
We sincerely hope that you will be able to join us at the Congress in Spring to enjoy the high quality educational and networking experience you have come to expect from ADC.
Call for abstracts is ongoing. Revised key dates for abstract submissions and early bird registrations will be advised shortly. All updates will be posted on this website.
If you were looking forward to sunny Brisbane, Brisbane will host the Congress in 2021. Unfortunately neither the Brisbane Convention Centre, nor other conference centres, were able to offer alternative dates in 2020.
We thank you for your continued support and patience over this period. For further information on COVID-19 please see visit the Australian Government Department of Health website.
Speakers, sponsors and those who have submitted abstracts will be contacted with additional information in the coming days.
Do not hesitate in contacting our conference organisers, Think Business Events, for further information. E: firstname.lastname@example.org
On behalf of the Australian Diabetes Educators Association and Australian Diabetes Society, we would like to extend an invitation to you to attend this year's Australasian Diabetes Congress in Adelaide. The ADC is the premier clinical and scientific meeting in diabetes in the Southern hemisphere, attracting more than 1600 delegates from around the region.
The quality of sessions and speakers this year is outstanding, covering topics such as Indigenous health, complications management including diabetes distress, technology, understanding the disease process at the cellular/molecular level as well as advances in education practices.
Join us in Adelaide to share your knowledge and expertise, network with colleagues as well as learn about the latest advances in diabetes research and clinical practice.
Susan and Sof,
ADEA & ADS CEOs