ADA 2022 Highlights

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Dana Dabelea, MD, PhD
ADA 2022 Highlights Editor

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The American Diabetes Association’s 82nd Scientific Sessions took place in New Orleans, Louisiana, and virtually from 3-7, June 2022, and we are delighted to announce the return of the official ADA Highlights program. This free resource features a selection of interviews, key presentation summaries, with an overview of the data, plus commentaries and insight from leading experts in the field.

Dana Dabelea, MD, PhD /ADA 2022 Highlights Editor
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Today@ADA

Speaker interviews and a selection of daily highlights from key talks, with personal insights and commentaries on how new data impact the diabetes landscape.

Today@ADA | Day 1 - June 3

For Day 1, we interviewed Katharine Barnard from the Southern Health NHS Foundation Trust in Southampton, England, who presented on the issue of depression, suicidal ideation, and self-harm among adults with diabetes – highlighting key unmet needs and how to address them.

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Today@ADA | Day 2 - June 4

Today’s interview is with Alan Delamater from the University of Miami Miller School of Medicine, who gave the Richard R. Rubin Award Lecture. Click through to listen to him discussing his talk entitled “Forty Years of Behavioral Diabetes Research—A Personal Journey”.

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Today@ADA | Day 3 - June 5

For Day 3, our interview is with Harriette Van Spall who asked ‘what’s new’ in heart failure clinical trials. listen to us discuss the shifting paradigms in this field, with a focus on patients with heart failure with preserved ejection fraction.

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Today@ADA | Day 4 - June 6

Day 4 I start off with Susan Patton from the Nemours Children's Health System in Jacksonville, Florida. Susana gave us a timely update on hypoglycemia risk, detection, and treatment using telemedicine – a practice that has become more widespread in recent years as we tried to

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Today@ADA | Day 5 - June 7

The last in our interview series is with Richard David Leslie of the Blizard Institute in the UK. His talk early on the morning of Day 5 was on whether diabetes should be rethought. Watch the interview to learn about the key ideas behind this.

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Interviews

Watch the interviews with some of the international experts who contributed to the American Diabetes Association’s 82nd Scientific Sessions.

Expert Overviews

Watch experts summarizing some of the most interesting presentations from this year’s Scientific Sessions.
 
 
 
 
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Summaries

Missed the full presentation? Read at-a-glance summaries from a selection of oral presentations presented this year. Don’t forget to download the slide kits!
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Posters

Browse and download a selection of posters presented this year.
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