Title: Precision Diabetes is now becoming a reality in India
Learn about how precision medicine is being used in diabetes care in India and beyond. Dr. Mohan will discuss “Precision Diabetes”, which refers to using clinical, biochemical, genetic and other data to provide scientific treatment to patients with diabetes. He will speak about the ways precision medicine is now being used in clusters of type 2 diabetes and in monogenic diabetes.
Speaker: Dr. V. Mohan
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Title: Small Steps for Big Changes: Lessons learned on implementing an evidence-based diabetes prevention program into diverse urban communities
Learn about Small Steps Big Changes, a diet and exercise counselling intervention that significantly reduces the risk of developing Type 2 diabetes (T2D).
Speaker: Dr. Mary Jung
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Title: Health Coaching: What is the evidence and impact on diabetes prevention and management?
Ever wonder what health coaching is and how it can impact type 2 diabetes prevention and management? This webinar will explain the latest research and practice implications of health coaching for diabetes.
Speaker: Dr. Diana Sherifali
Title: Racial Disparities in Diabetes Screening at a Large Primary Care Center: A Repeated Cross-Sectional Analysis
Speaker: Dr. Azza Eissa
Title: Exploring the Canadian Food Environment: Its Characteristics and Implications for Diabetes Risk
Speaker: Dr. Mavra Ahmed
Title: Equity Research in Canada: An Overview and Some Thoughts about Ways Forward
Speaker: Dr. Arjumand Siddiqi
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Title: Tingbjerg Changing Diabetes
Tingbjerg Changing Diabetes is a long-term, complex, community-based health promotion initiative carried out in the disadvantaged neighbourhood of Tingbjerg in urban Copenhagen, Denmark.
Speaker: Dr. Paul Bloch
Title: Guiding primary care diabetic retinopathy screening in Canada through the use of provincial healthcare administrative data
Role of patient-oriented research in developing new models of care: Preventing vision loss from diabetic retinopathy
Spearker: Dr. Valeria Rak
Title: Comparing diabetes quality of care and outcomes between Ontarian immigrants and non-immigrants within dimensions of marginalization
Speaker: Shadia Adekunte
Title: The Healthcare Experiences of Black Women Living with Diabetes in Toronto, Ontario
Speaker: Fatema Ali
Title: Managing Diabetes in the Context of Homelessness
Speaker: Dr. David Campbell
Title: Predictors of Readiness for Health Behaviour Change After Gestational Diabetes
Speaker: Dominika Bhatia
Title: During the COVID-19 Pandemic Across Ontario Health Teams: Insights from Population Data in Ontario, Canada
Speaker: Laleh Rashidian
Title: The Weight of Place. The Built Environment and Diabetes Risk
Speaker: Dr. Gillian Booth
Title: Pitching Transformative Change for Diabetes
This was an opportunity for our Catalyst Grant applicants to showcase their ideas to community stakeholders in Peel and our University of Toronto teams.
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Title: Evaluation of novel glomerular filtration rate estimation equations in adolescents and young adults with type 1 diabetes
Speaker: Karolina Gaebe
Title: Evaluation of shorter measured glomerular filtration rate procedures in young adults with type 1 diabetes
Speaker: Kaveh Gaynor-Sodeifi
Title: Understanding the social, cultural, environmental and systemic factors influencing diabetes prevention and management among South Asian caregivers in Peel Region
Speakers: Dr. Ian Zenlea, Chelsea D’Silva, and Nuzha Hafleen
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Title: Understanding the Burden of Diabetes and Chronic Disease in Peel Region
Speakers: Dr. Calvin Ke, Dr. Sarah Mah, and Dr. Ghazal Fazli