Diabetes and Endocrinology 2019

Apr 10-11, 2019

Rome, Italy

Diabetes & Endocrinology: What New and what Next

Welcome to the “Diabetes & Endocrinology: What New and what Next” conference. Join us in Rome, Italy during April 10-11, 2019. The conference will continue to feature high level research on a wide range of endocrinology diseases and diabetes. This international meeting will focus on the theme “Nurture the Glandular Health Worldwide’’

Diabetes & Endocrinology is the largest and most prestigious meeting scheduled with equal significance to our oral scientific sessions, themed in relation to the poster presentations, exhibitions and networking, as well as interactive lunch workshops, special interest group sessions, and to have the opportunity to present and share your own research, as well as develop new relationships with leading collaborators.

The Diabetes & Endocrinology scientific symposium is a remarkable medical conference offers a unique opportunity for endocrinologists, diabetologists, clinicians, researchers, scientists, dietitians, social workers, medical students, nurse/nursing students and other healthcare professionals to meet international experts across the globe. Diabetes & Endocrinology conference also provides an opportunity to learn from each other’s experience, knowledge, and expertise, for the enhancement of patient care and public health.

Key Areas

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Diabetes Facts and Figures

Market Trends of Endocrinology, Diabetes & Metabolism: Approximately 416 million adults (around 20-79 years) were living with diabetes; estimated to grow 595 million by 2035. Majority of people with diabetes were between 40 and 59 years of age. 256 million people with diabetes were undiagnosed and 4.5 million people died due to diabetes. Health expenditure of diabetes nearly 927 billion dollars – it is 13% of total spending on adults. 1 in 7 births (More than 21 million live births) were affected by diabetes during pregnancy and more than 1,106,500 children were living with insulin dependent diabetes (type 1 diabetes). According to International Diabetes Federation 352 million people were at risk of developing type 2 diabetes

Diabetes facts and figures

Program Overview