Australasian Diabetes Congress 2020

Welcome

On behalf of the Australian Diabetes Educators Association and Australian Diabetes Society, we are excited to invite you to attend the Australasian Diabetes Congress which is being presented on a virtual platform. We took the difficult but subsequently correct decision to move the ADC to a virtual meeting with the intent of providing a full program that will appeal to everyone who is involved in endocrinology/diabetes clinical care, education and research.

This year the ADC is the only endocrinology/diabetes conference in Australia with a full program running over 3 days. Topics include endocrine hormones, technology, lipid management in diabetes, pregnancy and diabetes, stem cells. International speakers include Helen Colhoun, Timo Otonkoski, Henry Burns and Katali Susztak.

Join us virtually to share your knowledge and expertise, network with colleagues as well as learn about the latest advances in diabetes education, research and clinical practice.

Susan and Sof,
ADEA & ADS CEOs

Virtual Platform

ADEA and ADS are committed to providing delegates with the best experience possible. The virtual platform has some great features like live Q&A, chat feature during sessions and real-time polling. A live video and chat function will be available providing opportunities to connect with sponsors, exhibitors, speakers and delegates. All registered delegates will have access to Congress sessions for a whole year after the Congress concludes.

If you need more convincing, see our top reasons to attend by clicking here!



Congress Hosts

Australian Diabetes Society

Australian Diabetes Educators Association

Key Dates

Call for abstracts now open!

Call for oral and poster abstracts close
17 August 2020

Authors notified by
7 September 2020

Early bird closes
1 September 2020

Congress dates
11 - 13 November 2020

On demand content

Registered delegates will have access to all Congress sessions for a whole year, meaning you won’t miss out on a session due to a time clash. You can access content in your own time, at your own pace and take up the opportunity to extend your learning outside your specialty.