Advanced Diabetes Practice for Primary Care

10 April 2015

Hilton Garden Inn Denver Tech Center

Denver, Colorado

Web site: professional.diabetes.org/Colorado

30th Annual Clinical Conference on Diabetes

21–24 May 2015

Rosen Shingle Creek

Orlando, Florida

Web site: professional.diabetes.org/cc

75th Scientific Sessions

5–9 June 2015

Boston Convention and Exhibition Center

Boston, Massachusetts

Web site: scientificsessions.diabetes.org

2015 Diabetes Is Primary

6 June 2015

Boston, Massachusetts

Web site: professional.diabetes.org/primary

Diabetes Care for Youth

10 October 2015

East Jefferson General Hospital

Metairie, Louisiana

Web site: professional.diabetes.org/Louisiana

Contact for information on ADA events:

American Diabetes Association

1701 N. Beauregard St., Alexandria, VA 22311

Tel: 800-232-3472, select option 1

Fax: 703-549-1715 or 703-253-4358

E-mail: professionaleducation@diabetes.org

Web site: professional.diabetes.org/ce

The American Diabetes Association is pleased to announce that the Call for Nominations for the Pathway to Stop Diabetes Awards is now open. Pathway provides substantial support to exceptional scientists who are early in their diabetes research careers or who are established in other disciplines but are interested in applying their expertise to diabetes research. Applications are due 1 July 2015, for anticipated funding to start 1 January 2016.

Free-of-charge webcasts from Diabetes Is Primary offer the latest information on the management of diabetes and its complications, practical tips, and proven strategies for improving patient care and translation of the latest diabetes research into clinical practice. For more information, please visit http://professional.diabetes.org/Presentations_Details.aspx?session=4564.

The American Diabetes Association offers access to a searchable database with useful information on the Association-funded research grants. The database provides an easy way to learn more about the Association’s Research Program and the critical and innovative biomedical research made possible through the generous support of donors and sponsors. Explore the database at professional.diabetes.org/researchDB_search.aspx.