#diabeteschat at EASD 2022Tom2023-10-23T12:11:57+00:00
#diabeteschat at #dedoc symposium (EASD 2022)
#diabeteschat founder Tom Dean was invited to Stockholm to speak at the #dedoc° symposium at EASD 2022 about the #diabeteschat community.
Tom also spoke about the importance of peer support.
Click on the image to watch the video.
What we wish you knew – and why
00:00–03:22: Welcome to #dedoc° symposium – Bastian Hauck 03:23–07:21: Words of Welcome – Chantal Mathieu 07:22–19:42: Online peer support and the DOC’s response to COVID – Andrea Limbourg 19:43–29:57: How Children with Diabetes coped with, transformed and thrived despite lockdown – Jeff Hitchcock 29:58–39:58: Reaching out to build a community for diabetic amputees – Salih Hendricks 39:39–52:58: Introducing the all-new Twitter #DiabetesChat – Tom Dean 52:59-:1:04:33 #dedoc° news – Bastian Hauck 1:04:34–1:30:58: Panel discussion and closing words
Here is a slideshow of images that Tom Dean presented at the #dedoc° symposium.
You can scroll through the presentation and click on the image to make it bigger.
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