ePoster Sessions

Three ePoster sessions are organized during the conference at following times:

  • Thursday 15 October          from 14:40-15:40 CDT
  • Friday 16 October                from 6:00-7:00 CDT
  • Saturday 17 October           from 13:35-14:35 CDT

The ePoster Sessions are the opportunity to chat and exchange with the author. See the detailed program here. Of course, you also have the possibility to consult all ePosters 24/24h during the duration of the conference.

 

Note that a focus will be made on posters of special interest during following breaks:

Thursday 15 October, 10:15-10:25 CDT

Track 1: eP020 – The role of probiotics as an adjuvant therapy for children with type 1 diabetes: effect on gylcemic control and cytokine levels; Amira Adly, Egypt

Track 2: eP026 – Application of bee honey on the oral mucosa outside the row of teeth without swallowing does not increase blood or tissue glucose in children with T1D and should not be recommended as treatment of severe hypoclycemia; Lars Krogvold, Norway

Thursday 15 October, 11:25-12:00 CDT

Track 1: eP018 – Association of macronutrients intake with glycemic variability in children with T1D; Monica Marino, Italy 

Track 2: eP019 – Fruit and vegetable consumption patterns and risk of chronic disease of lifestyle among Kenyatta University students, in Kenya; Abednego Nyanchoka Moriasi, South Africa

Friday 16 October, 10:15-10:25 CDT

Track 1: eP149 – Did the SARS-CoV-2 lockdown affect the incidence of paediatric type 1 diabetes in Germany? Sascha R. Tittel*, Germany

Track 2: eP152 – The impact of COVID-19 on type 1 diabetes and ketoacidosis incidence in pediatric age; Maddalena Macedoni, Italy

Friday 16 October, 11:25-12:00 CDT

Track 1: eP085 – Prevalence of coeliac disease in children with type 1 diabetes during and after the “Swedish epidemic of coeliac disease”; Elsa Palmkvist, Sweden

Track 2: eP107 – Parental experience and opinion on the delivery of care for the children and young people with a dual diagnosis of type 1 diabetes and coeliac disease; Antima Banerjee, United Kingdom

Saturday 17 October, 10:15-10:25 CDT

Track 1: eP065 – Incidence trends of type 2 diabetes in Nova Scotia Youth; Teresa Pinto, Canada

Track 2: eP066 – A retrospective cohort study investigating the extent to which the presence of acanthosis nigricans (AN) confers additional risk for insulin resistance (IR) and type 2 diabetes mellitus (T2DM), within a young, overweight, UK population; Niamh Mary Callanan, United Kingdom

Saturday 17 October, 11:25-12:00 CDT

Track 1: eP153 – Self-efficacy (SE), stress and perceived threat among caregivers of type 1 diabetes (T1D) youth during the COVID-19 pandemic; Heba M Ismail, United States

Track 2: eP154 – The early impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on the emotional well-being and treatment of Belgian pediatric patients with type 1 diabetes; Janne Houben, Belgium