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Gaziantep Aile Hekimleri Derneği’nin 1.Uluslararası Diyabet Sempozyumu 14 Kasım 2013 tarihinde Şehitkâmil Kültür Merkezi, Mehmet Akif Ersoy Kongre Salonu Gaziantep’te gerçekleştirilecektir. Sıklığı, sebepleri, belirtileri, tedavisi, riskleri ve yol açabileceği organ tahribatları açısından diyabet hastalığı her zaman güncelliğini korumaktadır.
Sempozyumumuzda derneğimizin çalışma grupları ve siz değerli hekim ve sağlık çalışanlarının önerileri doğrultusunda hazırlanan ve güncel konuları kapsayan zengin bir bilimsel program birbirinden değerli yerli ve yabancı bilim insanları tarafından sunulacaktır.
Aile hekimleri, iç hastalıkları uzmanları, endokrinologlar, hemşireler, diyetisyenler, psikologlar, psikiyatrlar, biyo-mühendisler, eczacılar ve diğer tüm branşlardaki hekimlerimiz olmak üzere her düzeydeki katılımcının beklentisini karşılayacağını umduğumuz sempozyumumuzun, sizlerin yoğun katılımı ve aktif katkılarıyla değer kazanacağını ve bilimsel bir şölen olma şansını yakalayacağını düşüncesindeyiz.

Prof. Dr. Mehmet Akif Büyükbeşe                                        Dr H. Esen Aşkar Gürsel
Sempozyum Başkanı                       GAHEDER-Gaziantep Aile Hekimleri Derneği  Yönetim Kurulu Başkanı

 

DİYABET SEMPOZYUM PROGRAMI

14 Kasım 2013 Tarihinde

08:00-09:00 Kayıt
09:00-09:05 Türkçe Şarkılar: Atıf Büyükbeşe (Gitar)

09:05-09.10 Açılış Konuşması : Dr. Esen AŞKAR GÜRSEL

Gaziantep Aile Hekimleri Derneği (GAHEDER) Başkanı

09:10-09:15 Sempozyum Başkanı: Prof. Dr. Mehmet Akif Büyükbeşe

Türkiye Diyabet Vakfı Mütevelli Heyeti Üyesi

Kahramanmaraş SÜ Tıp Fakültesi, Diyabet Araştırma,

Eğitim ve Tedavi Merkezi, Kahramanmaraş

09:15-09:45 Oturum Başkanı: Prof. Dr. Mehmet Akif Büyükbeşe

Türkiye Diyabet Vakfı Mütevelli Heyeti Üyesi

Kahramanmaraş SÜ Tıp Fakültesi, Diyabet Arşatırma,

Eğitim ve Tedavi Merkezi, Kahramanmaraş

A. Michael Albisser
PhD, Emeritus Professor of Medicine Villages, Florida, USA
Diyabette Biyo-Mühendislik Kavramı. Mükemmel Diyabet Kontrolünün Sağlanmasında ve Sürdürülmesinde Tele-Tıp (Telemedicine)’in Yeri

09:45-10:00 Soru ve Cevap

10:00-10:30 Oturum Başkanı: Doç. Dr. Taner Bayraktaroğlu

Bülent Ecevit Üniversitesi, Endokrinoloji, Zonguldak

Prof. Dr. Mehmet Akif Büyükbeşe

Türkiye Diyabet Vakfı Mütevelli Heyeti Üyesi

Kahramanmaraş SÜ Tıp Fakültesi, Diyabet Arşatırma,

Eğitim ve Tedavi Merkezi, Kahramanmaraş

Türkiye’de Diyabet: Cumhurbaşkanlığı Diyabet Akran Projesi ve
Diğer Diyabet Farkındalık Programları

10:30-10:45 Soru ve Cevap

10:45-11:15 Çay ve Kahve arası

11:15-11:45 Oturum Başkanları: Yard. Doç. Dr. Halil K. Erol

Diyabet ve Obezite Merkezi, Fatih Üniversitesi, İstanbul

Uzm. Dr. Mustafa Çevik

Güneydoğu Ulaslararası Sağlık Federesyonu (GUSAF) Başkanı

Dr. Mohamed Hassanein

FRCP (London), FRCP (Edinburgh), Consultant Diabetes & Endocrinology, BCUHB Wales,
Associate Director, Postgraduate Diabetes Education, Cardiff University, UK
Oruç Tutan Diyabetlilerde Ramazan Ayında Neler Oluyor? DAR Projesi

11:45-12:00 Soru ve Cevap

12:00-13:00 Öğle Yemeği

13:00-13:30 Oturum Başkanı: Prof. Dr. Aytekin Oğuz

İç Hastalıkları Ana Bilim Dalı Başkanı, Medeniyet Üniversitesi, İstanbul

Metabolik Sendrom Derneği Başkanı, Türkiye

Professor Azhar Farooqi

OBE FRCGP General Practitioner
East Leicester Medical Practice, Leicester, UK
İngiltere’de Aile Hekimliği Sistemi ve Diyabet Tedavisinde Aile Hekiminin Rolü

13:30-13:45 Soru ve Cevap

13:45-14:15 Oturum Başkanları: Doç. Dr. Cumali Gökçe

Mustafa Kemal Üniversitesi, Endokrinoloji, Hatay

Yard. Doç. Dr. Mehtap Omaç Sönmez

Kahramanmaraş SÜ. Sağlık Yüksek Okulu, Hemşirelik Bölüm Başkanı, Kahramanmaraş

Heather Daly

Consultant Nurse, Leicester General Hospital, Leicester, UK
Diyabet Tedavi Ekibinde Diyabet Hemşiresinin Rolü

14:15-14:30 Soru ve Cevap

14:30-15:00 Çay ve Kahve arası

15:00-15:30 Oturum Başkanı: Prof. Dr. Mehmet Akif Büyükbeşe

Türkiye Diyabet Vakfı Mütevelli Heyeti Üyesi

Kahramanmaraş SÜ Tıp Fakültesi, Diyabet Arşatırma,

Eğitim ve Tedavi Merkezi, Kahramanmaraş

Barbara Eichorst

MS, RD, CDE, Healthy Interactions, Chicago Illinois, USA
Diyabeti Kendi Kendine Yönetme, Eğitim ve Destekleme (DSME/S) Nedir? Nasıl İşe Yarar? Kim Sağlar (Uygular)? Sonuçları Nelerdir?: ABD Görüşü

15:30-15:45 Soru ve Cevap

15.45-16:15 Oturum Başkanı: Uzm. Dr. Bülent Selim Cansunar

Şehitkamil Devlet Hastanesi Yöneticisi, Gaziantep

Timothy Charles Skinner
Head of School of Psychological and Clinical Sciences
Darwin, Australia
Diyabet Psikolojisi

16:15-16:30 Soru ve Cevap

16:30-16:45 Kapanış Konuşması: Prof. Dr. Mehmet Akif Büyükbeşe

 

A Michael Albisser, PhD

Emeritus Professor of MedicineActing Director, Center for Perfect Diabetes ControlThe Villages, FL, USA

Batchelor degree in Elecrical Engineering from McGill University. His post-graduate studies were at the University of Toronto where he received both an M.A.Sc. degree and a Ph.D. in Biomedical Engineering. He pioneered the world’s first clinical artificial endocrine pancreas and intravenous insulin delivery systems. Emphasis was on advanced algorithms for technology assisted diabetes management and self-care. Basic research has focused on clinical metabolism, mathematical modeling, computer simulation and biological control. He has been awarded numerous Federal Research Grants and has held several NIH Small Business Innovation Research Grants focused on the development of information technology for disease management. Received the European AILD award “for the major contribution of his original and outstanding research in the advancement of knowledge in the field of diabetes during the last four decades”. Published over 125 articles in peer reviewed journals, over 22 invited articles, and over 35 book chapters. Speaker with more than 150 invited distinguished lectures and visiting professorships. He has several patents on inventions world-wide.

 

Mehmet Akif BÜYÜKBEŞE, MD
Professor of Internal Medicine
Member of board of trustees of Turkish Diabetes Foundation
KSU School of Medicine, Diabetes Research & Education Center
Kahramanmaraş, TURKEY

Both MD &internal medicine residencydegrees from Istanbul University where he’d started focusing on diabetes subject. Founded internal medicine department at KSU School of Medicine in Kahramanmaras and served as a head for 6 years. Board certified in internal medicine.
Several diabetes management and research experiences in the USA: Albert Einstein College of Medicine, Bronx, NY, MD Anderson Cancer Center&Univ TX Houston Diabetes and Endocrinology Indian Medical Health Center, NIH, Diabetes Outpatient Clinic (Phoenix).
Worked as a postdoctoral research fellow in UK (Univ. of Leicester, Clinical Diabetes Research Centre) and Kronos Longevity Research Institute, Phoenix, Arizona, USA.Holds an ECFMG certificate.Gave diabetes lectures in GoettingenUniv-Germany through ERASMUS Programme.
Members of International Diabetes Foundation (IDF), Trustees of Turkish Diabetes Foundation, European Society of Cardiology, Turkish Society of Metabolic Syndrome, Internal Medicine Society of Turkey. Served for Southeastearn Anatolia Diabetes Project for 6 years and now, the Kahramanmaras City Coordinator of ‘Presidency of Turkey Diabetes-Peer’ Project.
Carrying on his diabetes patient and family medicine physician (gp) education programs as well as phase 3 and phase 4 diabetes drug clinical studies.More than a 100 publications both in Turkish and English in internal medicine area mostly in diabetes. In the editorial board ofJournal of Clinical Medicine and Research, and reviewer of Science Alert, European Journal of Internal Medicine, Balkan Medical Journal (SCI-Exp), Diabetes Forum (Turkish), Diabetes Science and Endocrinology (Turkish), Glance at Diabetes (Turkish), Turkey Clinics Medical Science, Dialogue in Endocrinology (Turkish),..etc

 

Dr Mohamed M Hassanein MB CHB, FRCP (Lon), FRCP (Edin), MphilConsultant Diabetes & Endocrinology, Betsi Cadwaladr University Health BoardGlan Clwyd Hospital, N Wales, UK Honorary Senior Lecturer and Associate Director for Postgraduate Diabetes Education, Cardiff University, UK

Dr Hassanein has been appointed in his current post in 2002 and he’s currently his hospital lead physician in Diabetes & Endocrinology. He has helped in developing the Wales Diabetes Guidelines. His research interest is in the field of Diabetes and Ramadan where he was a co-author in the ADA recommendations for 2005 & 2010. He was also a co-author for the British recommendations published in the BMJ 2010. He has been part of numerous studies and publications in this field and he’s a co-recipient for the Diabetes-UK structured education first prize in 2008 & 2009 as well as the European Association for the Study of Diabetes (EASD) education prize in 2009. He has developed 2 educational programs for Diabetes and Ramadan in collaboration one in UK with Leicester University and another Internationally in Arabic language. Dr Hassanein is also a co-founder and the Associate Director of the Cardiff University Diabetes Diploma and he is active in numerous national and international educational activities. He’s also an examiner with the Royal College of Physicians for the MRCP clinical exam.

 

Professor Azhar FAROOQI OBE FRCGP General Practitioner East Leicester Medical Practice 131 Uppingham Road, Leicester, UK


GP at the East Leicester Medical Practice since 1987. Elected a Fellow of the Royal College of General Practitioners (RCGP).Main research interests are in diabetes and ethnic minority health issues. Published over 80 peer reviewed papers as well as several book chapters. Co-chair of the Leicestershire and Northamptonshire Comprehensive Research Network and chair of Leicester City Clinical Commissioning Group. His national work has included advisory work for Diabetes UK, the British Heart Foundation and the Department of Health -including helping to develop the Diabetes NSF.

 

 

 

Heather DALY Nurse Consultant Diabetes Research Leicester Diabetes Centre – Air Leicester General Hospital Leicester, UK
I have worked as a Nurse Consultant at the University of Leicester for past 10 years, working collaboratively with primary care trusts to improve diabetes services across Leicestershire. The last 28 years of my nursing career have been spent working in the field of Diabetes. Provisionally in Nottingham and Derby, and now in Leicester. In my clinical role as consultant nurse I established the Leicestershire diabetes website and guidelines for care. www.leicestershirediabetes.org.uk
More recently I moved into a Nurse Consultant role in collaborative leadership in Applied Health Research and Care. My role is one of leadership, vision and strategic management and I lead a diverse team of healthcare professionals and researchers from a variety of backgrounds. My research interests are in gaining research funds to develop and test structured education programmes which support self-management in people with diabetes, in the prevention of diabetes in those at risk, people with diabetes and learning disabilities and for women with polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS). I am currently working on programmes to address vascular risk such as heart disease and stroke, sleep apnoea and mental health. This includes the training and quality developments of healthcare professionals delivering these interventions. I have a national profile for the DESMOND programme and I am a national expert trainer for ‘Conversation Maps’. I have enjoyed being instrumental in developing and establishing the nationally recognised Diabetes Masters Programme with the University of Leicester and have a keen interest in healthcare professional (HCP) education to improve standards of care for people with diabetes.
Leicester has a large south Asian community and I have led several initiatives both clinical and research to meet their specific needs. For example a toolkit of education to support people with diabetes to remain safe when fasting during Ramadan, an interactive DVD to address the barriers to injectable therapies in this group of people and their carers and training to increase cultural awareness amongst HCP’s
In April 2012 I was instrumental in obtaining a grant of 1 million pounds of transformation funding to redesign diabetes services across Leicestershire and Rutland which includes developing the patient pathway and describing the models required for effective structured patient education across that pathway.
The delivery of high quality care is dependant on a competent and skilled workforce and I have collaborated with the Leicester City CCG and obtained £900,000 of funding over 3 years to establish an approach to health care professional training that is both bespoke and flexible to meet the needs of their workforce. I lead a team of individuals to deliver this initiative.
In 2012 I was awarded the QIC Diabetes outstanding educator in diabetes award and more recently the named Janet Kinson lecture to be delivered at the 2014 Diabetes UK annual conference in recognition of my contribution to diabetes care.
Underpinning all of these patient and HCP programmes, my philosophy has always reflected and person centred approach to self management

 

Barbara EICHORST, MS, RD, CDE
Healthy InteractionsChicago, Illinois, USA
A dietitian & certified diabetes educator. Currently leading the development and implementation of the global training for the diabetes franchise. As an educator with experience in medical continued education and patient interventions, contributed to much of the advancement in diabetes care. Most recently, she was a Chicago based insulin education specialist and a medical liaison for the USA initiative. Her professional experience includes work at American Association of Diabetes Educators as a program director. Also, at the Chicago based Rush University Medical Center, she was a diabetes programmanager. Provided patient education in diabetes, weight management, cardiovascular disease among many other chronic conditions at Loyola University Medical Center and Northwestern Memorial Hospital. Barbara’s professional focus is on behavioural interventions in disease management. Contributed to multiple publications and textbooks with her expertise in diabetes care and behaviour change. Barbara’s favorite personal activities include playing with dogs, movies, dining out, working out, fashion shopping and just relaxing doing nothing.

 

Prof Timothy Chas SKINNER
Head of School
School of Psychological and Clinical Sciences
Faculty of engineering, health, science and the environment
CHARLES DARWIN UNIVERSITY
Darwin, Northern Territory 0909, AUSTRALIA

Professor Skinner worked as a clinical director and researcher as well as lecturer in various universities in Australia. Before he was a health psychologist in Leicester Uniersity, United Kingdom. He was a research fellow at University College London and a graduate fellow from University of Surrey which are both in UK. He was a chief investigator of many topics on pyschological aspects which are metabolic control and well-being in teenagers with insulin-dependent diabetes mellitus, development of an educational module for use in ethnic minority patients newly diagnosed with type 2 diabetes: a project building on the Diabetes Education and Self Management for Ongoing and Newly Diagnosed (DESMOND) programme, etc. He received aboriginal grants when he moved to Australia from UK. He has a more than a 100 peer-reviewed article. One of them was a comparison between UK and Turkey on attitudes of healhcare professionals regarding insulin use in patients with type 2 diabetes.
Thaware PK, Buyukbese MA,Skinner TC, Traingham JR, Jarvis J, Davies MJ. Tip2 Diyabet Hastalarinda insulin Tedavisine Baslama Konusunda Saglik Calisanlarinin Tutumu. Diyabet Forumu 2006; 3(4):41-48.
He is an associate editor of ‘Diabetic Medicine’ and co-editor of‘Australasian Region: Rural and Remote Health’. Reviewer of Diabetic Medicine, Diabetes Care, Diabetologia, Diabetes Metabolism: Research and Reviews, Practical Diabetes International. Received lately, 2012 Scholarship from University of Melbourne for MTEM course.

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