Would you like us to run a training event for you?
Thursday 31 December, 2020
EXTOD would be very happy to provide training or collaborate with people to provide training on exercise and Type 1 diabetes to health care professionals, coaches, nutritionists and fitness adviser. This could be a local or national full day conference, workshop(s) or lecture(s).
Rob Andrews was asked to give a talked and to run a workshop at this conference. The talk was entitled "Type 1 and Type 2 diabetes and exercise; challenges and benefits. The workshop was entitled "Managing glucose before, during and after exercise".
Rob Andrews was asked to give a talk on Exercise and Type 1 diabetes at the BNSSG diabetes conference. At this conference he have a talk summaries some of the research that EXTOD have done and then gave some tips on how to improve glucose control around exercise.
EXTOD, JDRF and the Association of British Clinical Diabetologists (ABCD) joined forces to deliver a new and interactive training day focusing on type 1 diabetes and exercise for patients with Type 1 diabetes.
This whole day event was aimed at those over the age of 18 with type 1 diabetes who are interested in exercise, exercising regularly or are planning to start to train for a specific exercise event. It was based on the EXTOD education programme which was developed through funding from the NIHR Research for Patient Benefit fund and with the help of colleagues from Leicester, Bedfordshire and Pinderfields.
EXTOD PEAK healthcare professional annual conference 2019
Friday 18 October, 2019
EXTOD again joined with the Association of British Clinical Diabetologists (ABCD) and JDRF’s Performance in Exercise and Knowledge (PEAK) programme to deliver another interactive day of education focusing on type 1 diabetes and exercise.
This impactful training day was held on the 18th October 2019 at the Raddison blue hotel in Glasgow. Run exclusively for healthcare professionals (HCPs) these conferences were created after a number of surveys demonstrated that both people with type 1 diabetes as well as HCPs caring for them wanted such a programme.
EXTOD is in the midst of setting up a peer support programme for people with Type 1 diabetes who want to start or increase their exercise levels or learn more about managing glucose around their chosen sport(s). We have called this EXTOD buddies.
On the 17th of October we held our first EXTOD buddies meeting in Glasgow.