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It is with great pleasure that PCDE invites you to the 17th International Primary Care Diabetes Europe Conference.
This conference will take place on Thursday, Friday and Saturday 6-8 June 2024, in Barcelona.
Following the success of the 16th International PCDE Hybrid conference in June 2023, we are looking forward to meeting you again in person or online for this exciting scientific event.
The theme of the 17th PCDE conference is “The changing paradigm in primary care diabetes management”.
Due to its chronic nature and its high prevalence in the general population, primary care professionals play a key role in the care for people with diabetes.
The scientific program of the PCDE conference is developed by primary care for primary care professionals, ensuring that recent developments relevant for clinical practice are covered.
Thus, the 17th International Primary Care Diabetes Europe Conference offers a perfect opportunity to get an update on the latest developments in primary care diabetes management, sharing experiences with peers and meeting key opinion leaders and experts in Primary Care Diabetes in Europe.
Diabetes is dealt with as the index disease in a multimorbid context, encompassing the whole range from overweight obesity to overt clinical diabetes and it complications. Advances in technology to better integrated care in the context of diabetes social determinants of health and exploiting AI for better quality of preventive care, will be discussed by leading authorities in diabetes in state-of-the-art sessions. The Paul Cromme lecture and the Rising Star award lecture will be enriching highlights of the scientific program.
Conference participants are invited to present research outcomes in form of a poster and discuss the results with their peers during the Poster Walk sessions on Friday and Saturday.
This conference is an academic and scientific event not to be missed for primary care professionals involved in the management of people living with diabetes.
On behalf of the organizing and scientific committees,
Prof. Dr. Xavier Cos, Chairman
Prof. Dr. Pinar Topsever, Vice Chair