Committee of the Health Insurance and Legislation : Special session of the Health Insurance and Legislation
Thursday 28 September 15:00~17:00 | Place: Emerald Hall B
Chairman: Moon-Kyu Lee
    • With the new government in place, the policy will be maintained for at least five years. Chronic diseases, such as diabetes, need a hundred years of care, but even mid-term plans of at least five years should be set properly. The Insurance Legislation Committee is going to listen to the macro agenda of Korea's chronic disease management policy with Professor Kim Yong-ik, professor of Department of Health policy & Management at Seoul National University College of Medicine, who is a former Democratic National Assembly member who has a great influence on the health care policy of the current government.
Yong Ik Kim Seoul National University, Korea CS1 Issues of NCD control policy
Tae Sun Park Chonbuk National University, Korea CS1-Panel 1
Seakki Yun Cheonan Endo Medical Clinic, Korea CS1-Panel 2
Sung-Woo Park Sungkyunkwan University, Korea CS1-Panel 3
Committee of Public Relation : Public engagement session for diabetes
Friday 29 September 16:30~18:00 | Place: Flamingo
    • Public engagement session for diabetes This session was designed to provide a place for people to directly hear the vivid voice of peoples with diabetes. In this session, a variety of peoples, including those participating in insulin essay competition and diabetes campers, will talk their real life and some difficulties to participants who attend the ICDM 2017. This session will be the first step toward getting people with diabetes and healthcare professionals closer.
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Diabetes and Metabolism Journal session : Special oral session with DMJ
Friday 29 September 15:00~16:00 | Place: Emerald Hall A
Chairman: Choon Hee Chung, Tae Seo Sohn
    • The Diabetes & Metabolism Journal (DMJ), the official journal of Korean Diabetes Association (KDA), publishes articles on basic and clinical studies, focusing on areas such as metabolism, epidemiology, pathogenesis, complications, and treatments relevant to diabetes mellitus bimonthly. It also publishes articles covering obesity and cardiovascular disease. DMJ has been accepted in indexing in Emerging Sources of Citation Index (ESCI), a new edition of Web of Science™ since 2015. The Committee of Publication of KDA has selected the best articles among papers published in DMJ in 2016. In this session, the authors of the selected articles will share results of their outstanding researches.
Ji Won Yoon Seoul National University, Korea CS2-1 Hyperglycemia is associated with impaired muscle quality in older men with diabetes: the Korean longitudinal study on health and aging
Jae-Han Jeon Kyungpook National University, Korea CS2-2 Renoprotective effect of gemigliptin, a dipeptidyl peptidase-4 inhibitor, in streptozotocin-induced type 1 diabetic mice
Young Seok Song Sungkyunkwan University, Korea CS2-3 Comparison of the usefulness of the updated homeostasis model assessment(HOMA2) with the original HOMA1 in the prediction of type 2 diabetes mellitus in Koreans
Jung Eun Jang University of Ulsan, Korea CS2-4 Statins increase mitochondrial and peroxisomal fatty acid oxidation in the liver and prevent non-alcoholic steatohepatitis in mice
Na Han Inje University, Korea CS2-5 Repeated glucose deprivation/reperfusion induced PC-12 cell death through the involvement of FOXO transcription factor
Committee of Clinical Practice Guideline : International clinical practice guidelines for diabetes mellitus; NICE, IDF, AACE, JDS, and KDA
Saturday 30 September 09:00~11:00 | Place: Convention Hall C
Chairman: Bong-Soo Cha, Kyung Mook Choi
    • International Clinical Practice Guidelines for Diabetes Mellitus; NICE, IDF, AACE, JDS, and KDA The Committee of Clinical Practice Guideline of Korean Diabetes Association (KDA) published “2015 Clinical Practice Guidelines for Diabetes in Korea” in 2015 and had a discussion session with 5 Asian countries in 2016 ICDM. In 2017, KDA published a position statement on the use of antihyperglycemic agents for patients with type 2 diabetes. At this juncture, KDA invites speakers from 4 countries to share and discuss their own guidelines. This international committee session for clinical practice guidelines in 2017 ICDM is believed to provide the most updated evidence-based recommendations for type 2 diabetes.
Philip Home Newcastle University, UK CS3-1 Development of UK(NICE) and International Diabetes Federation evidenced-based guidelines for type 2 diabetes
Yehuda Handelsman Metabolic Institute of America, USA CS3-2 AACE recommendations for the management of diabetes: guidelines & algorithm
Mitsuhiko Noda Saitama University, Japan CS3-3 Clinical practice guideline for the treatment of diabetes in Japan - concept and essence
Byung-Wan Lee Yonsei University, Korea CS3-4 KDA diabetes guideline
Committee of International Liaison - joint session : Looking for ultimate solution for cure of diabetes in Asia
Saturday 30 September 14:30~16:30 | Place: Emerald Hall A
Chairman: Moon-Kyu Lee, S.M.Sadikot
    • Looking for ultimate solution for cure of diabetes in Asia This session was organized to make an international occasion for gathering of Asian experts in diabetes care in both developed and developing countries. The representatives from more than 10 countries from all over the Asia will participate in the presentation of their own problems in diabetes care and discuss about the solution for the unmet needs in diabetes care in Asia. The ultimate goal of this session resides in continuous collaboration among the Asian countries and diabetes societies in the prevention and cure of diabetes in Asia in the future.
Touch Khun Preah Kossamak Hospital, Cambodia CS4-1 A new diabetes center: a fruitful and successful result from the Korea-Cambodia twinning project
Altaisaikhan Khasag Mongolian National University, Mongolia CS4-2 A diabetes risk scores for Mongolian diabetic patients
Nguyen Thy Khue Ho Chi Minh City Medical Association, Vietnam CS4-3 Diabetes in Vietnam: challenges/deficiency in management
Ikram Shah Ismail University of Malaya, Malaysia CS4-4 Diabetes care in Malaysia
Kaori Ikeda Kyoto University, Japan CS4-Panel 1
Yingying Luo Peking University, China CS4-Panel 2
Sung Rae Kim The Catholic University of Korea, Korea CS4-Panel 3
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