This is a two-day program with the specific purpose of increasing education and knowledge of all aspects of endocrine clinical practice and research. This symposium consists of medical lectures given by healthcare professionals on topics related to Diabetes Updates. This course is designed for primary care physicians, adult & pediatric endocrinologists, nurses, nurse practitioners, dieticians, physician assistants, fellows, residents, and medical students.
The cost of the conference is $185, which includes a program syllabus; breakfast, lunch, and refreshments for two days; lectures from reputable and well known speakers; exposure to exhibitors; CME Credit; as well as free parking.
This conference is designed to:
- Improve diabetes care by identifying and expounding evidence-based advances in management.
- Outline the areas that are at the outer limits of current knowledge and define our limitations.
- Improve Management and knowledge of drugs and therapy, using well-controlled trial data.
- Gain further knowledge about the scientific knowledge of the pathophysiological processes involved in diabetes.
Diabetes Symposium Planning Committee
Shailendra Patel, MD, PhD, Professor, Endocrinology, Medical College of Wisconsin
Staff Attending, Clement J. Zablocki VA Medical Center, Milwaukee, WI.
- Ramin Alemzadeh, MD, FAAP, Professor of Pediatrics, Chief, Division of Pediatric Endocrinology & Diabetes, Department of Pediatrics, University of Illinois at Chicago
- Nancy Havas, MD, Assistant Professor, Family & Community Medicine, Medical College of Wisconsin
- Debra Warpechowski, Program Assistant, Division of Endocrinology, Medical College of Wisconsin
- Susan Hjelsand, Program Manager, American Diabetes Association-Wisconsin
Symposium Location Information
Italian Community Center, 631 East Chicago Street, Milwaukee, WI
The Italian Community Center is located near Lake Michigan in Milwaukee's Historic Third Ward. Located only three blocks from downtown Milwaukee, the Italian Community Center is easily accessible from I-794, one block west of Henry W. Maier Festival Park. For more information, please call (414) 223-2800 or visit their Web site.