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Welcome to the JDRF TypeOneNation Summit November 5, 2016 | EDO Building, Nike Campus, Beaverton, OR

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THANK YOU TO OUR PREMIER SPONSORS

THANK YOU TO OUR EXHIBITORS

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Welcome to the JDRF Oregon/SW Washington Chapter 2016 TypeOneNation Summit! We are proud to present the 2nd Annual Summit for this Chapter and are honored to be involved, once again, as Co-Chairs. Working together to create and present this program to help inspire and educate those affected by T1D and your friends and family members, is such a rewarding experience. As members of the Board of Directors of the JDRF Oregon/SW Washington Chapter, we are so pleased to assist the Chapter in providing such a meaningful experience. Those of you affected by T1D know the frustration and danger of this disease. The new technological advances and information available to help manage diabetes is making a definite difference in the lives of so many. The Mission of JDRF to turn type one into type none is getting closer every day to reality. Today, we are providing speakers and exhibitors who have a wealth of knowledge and wisdom to share about living well with T1D now. You also have the opportunity to connect with others at this event who are living with T1D or those who have someone dear to them that lives with T1D. When you return home, we hope that you will consider becoming a part of JDRF’s Mission to cure, better treat and prevent T1D — if you are not already involved. Every day, JDRF Staff and Volunteers all over the world actively work to achieve this Mission. There are many opportunities available for you, including becoming a volunteer, advocate and donor. JDRF was founded by Volunteers and they are the catalyst for all that we do and provide motivation and volunteer time that enables our Chapter to be so successful. Thank you for taking the time to be with us today! We want it to be a valuable and enjoyable experience.

Jessica Castle, M.D. Co-Chair, TypeOne Nation Summit

Sevket Yigit, M.D. Co-Chair, TypeOne Nation Summit

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KEYNOTE ADDRESS Ronald G. Gill, Ph.D. Professor of Surgery and Immunology Scientific Director, Colorado Center for Transplantation Care, Research and Education (CCTCARE) University of Colorado, Denver Barbara Davis Center for Childhood Diabetes Dr. Gill is Professor of Surgery and Immunology at the University of Colorado Denver and the Scientific Director of the Colorado Center for Transplantation Care, Research and Education. Dr. Gill’s research program is focused on both the immunobiology of autoimmune diabetes and tissue/organ transplantation. His primary interest is in pancreatic islet transplantation as a treatment for insulin-dependent diabetes. Related diabetes studies address the ability to utilize bone marrow transplantation as a means of correcting the immune dysregulation associated with autoimmune diabetes. New studies involve the testing of new therapies to arrest the progression of new-onset type 1 diabetes in pre-clinical models as part of an ITN/JDRF multi-center consortium. Dr. Gill has long been active with JDRF. He has served as a Board Member of the Rocky Mountain Chapter located in Denver, Colorado as well as on a number of JDRF Review Panels and Research Executive Committees. He is currently Chair of the JDRF Scientific Advisory Board, JDRF Network for Pancreatic Organ Donors with Diabetes and the External Advisory Board for JDRF Canadian Clinical Trial Network.

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CORE PROGRAMS—SESSIONS & SPEAKERS 8:30 am 9:00 am

Check-In & Time with Exhibitors Opening Session Ronald G. Gill, PhD

Room: Air Max 360

Professor of Surgery and Scientific Director— CCTCARE

10:00-10:50 am

You Have to Feed the Elephant: Avoiding Burnout with T1D

Room: Air Zoom Mystify

10:00-10:50 am Room: Air Zoom Moire

Research in type 1 Diabetes: Using biology and technology.

Michael A. Harris, PhD

Navigating Nutrition from Childhood to Adulthood

Dr. Harris will discuss the elements that lead to burnout in dealing with T1D in youth. He will present a framework for identifying how people get to the point of burnout, how to identify when people are burned out, and strategies for both avoiding and dealing more effectively with burnout. Key nutrition interventions for children with type 1 diabetes and maintaining a healthy relationship with food during transition into adulthood. 

Laura Andreas, RD, CDE Megan Porter, RD, LD, CDE

10:50-11:00 am

11-11:50 am Room: Air Zoom Mystify

Break time with Exhibitors (parents can check on children in kids area) Type 1 Diabetes: From Surviving, to Thriving! Heather Nielsen, MA, LPC

11-11:50 am

Bells and Whistles of T1D Tech

Room: Air Zoom Moire

Ben Andrews, RN

12:00 pm

Ninety-five years after the discovery of insulin, those of us who require it for life have more opportunities than ever to live well. Yet sometimes, diabetes management can bog us down. How can we not just survive with type 1, but really live well? Heather will share some tips from lives of many “thrivers” with type 1, and give you some simple tools to put into practice to move a few steps closer to thriving.

Interactive discussion and practical tips on insulin pumps and glucose sensors, review of selected cases.

Lunch & Time with Exhibitors PREMIER SPONSORS

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CORE PROGRAMS—SESSIONS & SPEAKERS 1:00-1:50 pm Room: Air Zoom Mystify

Reducing “Device Burden” for people with Type 1 Diabetes W. Kenneth Ward, MD

Chief Science Officer, Pacific Diabetes Technologies, Inc.

1:00-1:50 pm Room: Air Zoom Moire

Controlling your diabetes while “living actively and dreaming BIG”

This session will focus on four main aspects of reducing the “device burden” for people with T1D: 1) The benefits of insulin pumps and continuous glucose monitoring in type 1 diabetes. 2) The problem of needing multiple medical devices in diabetes. 3) How can we simplify management of diabetes? 4) For those of us who work in the medical device industry, what are the desires of people with T1D?

This topic will focus on controlling your diabetes while “living actively and dreaming BIG.” The presentation is targeted for caregivers of people with type one diabetes, specifically youth with T1D. This is an informative session with time for Q’s and A’s.

Chris Dudley

Chris Dudley Foundation, Chris Dudley Basketball Camp & Former NBA Player

1:50-2:00 pm

2-2:50 pm Room: Air Zoom Mystify

Break time with Exhibitors (parents can check on children in kids area) Reducing “Device Burden” for people with Type 1 Diabetes W. Kenneth Ward, M.D.

Chief Science Officer, Pacific Diabetes Technologies, Inc.

2:00-2:50 pm Room: Air Zoom Moire

Controlling your diabetes while “living actively and dreaming BIG”

This session will focus on four main aspects of reducing the “device burden” for people with T1D: 1) The benefits of insulin pumps and continuous glucose monitoring in type 1 diabetes. 2) The problem of needing multiple medical devices in diabetes. 3) How can we simplify management of diabetes? 4) For those of us who work in the medical device industry, what are the desires of people with T1D?

This topic will focus on controlling your diabetes while “living actively and dreaming BIG.” The presentation is targeted for caregivers of people with type one diabetes, specifically youth with T1D. This is an informative session with time for Q’s and A’s.

Chris Dudley

Chris Dudley Foundation, Chris Dudley Basketball Camp & Former NBA Player

2:50-3:00 pm

3:00-4:00 pm Room: Air Max 360

Break time with Exhibitors (parents can check on children in kids area) Thriving with T1D Panel Kelsey Tullis Mike Avery, Tandem Abby Hoppe Brittany Kegley

Thriving with T1D is an opportunity to hear from fellow T1Ds, their stories and their perspectives on different topics. Chris Dudley will be moderating this panel that is opening to Q &As.

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2017 JDRF

GALA

Honoring Rick and Erika Miller

Saturday, May 6, 2017 Sentinel Hotel—Jake’s Catering 614 SW 11th Avenue, Portland, OR 97223 (Contact the Chapter for details.)

Tell Your Story

And Strengthen Our Voice Oregon/SW Washington Chapter 7000 SW Hampton Street | Suite 101 | Portland, Oregon 97223 503.643.1995 | oregon-washington@jdrf.org

Visit advocacy.jdrf.org or text ‘voice’ to 53731 (JDRF1).

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JDRF Advocacy unites the dedicated, driven, and diverse type 1 diabetes (T1D) community in action. Sign up to receive our advocacy action alerts. Help secure legislative support for continued government funding of T1D research and influence regulatory and health policy that benefits the T1D community.


Your Legacy Can Change The World

NOTES Millions of people around the globe need a cure for type 1 diabetes (T1D). By including a gift to JDRF in your will, trust or retirement account, you can create a lasting legacy—one that helps ensure research will continue until a cure is found.

For more information, please contact: Alan Berkowitz at plannedgiving@jdrf.org or call 877-533-4483. JDRF.org/plannedgiving

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