Diabetes Dialogue: Technology, Therapeutics, & Real-World Perspectives is a monthly podcast hosted by Diana Isaacs, PharmD, and Natalie Bellini, DNP, aimed at providing a regular roundup of the latest clinically applicable insights across diabetes and metabolic diseases, with a focus on leveraging technology to improve care.
In this episode, hosts take a deep dive into the study’s results, including secondary endpoints, and what it means for the care of patients with overweight or obesity and preexisting cardiovascular disease in real-world settings.
In this episode, hosts sit down for a discussion around a recent NEJM report assessing the effects of semaglutide use in people with type 1 diabetes, including the implications of the findings and their real-world experiences with GLP-1 use in people with type 1 diabetes.
During this episode, hosts are joined by Etty Vider, PharmD, for a nuanced discussion surrounding leveraging diabetes technology to improve care for people with diabetes, including exploring strategies for improving the utilization of diabetes technology, the role of primary care in adoption of these technologies, and how improved uptake correlates to improved outcomes.
Less than 2 weeks after the release of their SELECT reaction podcast, hosts Diana Isaacs, PharmD, and Natalie Bellini, DNP, sit down for a special edition episode of Diabetes Dialogue to discuss STEP-HFpEF data and the implications for semaglutide 2.4 mg.
In this episode, Isaacs and Bellini sit down with Dawn Noe, RDN, LD, for a discussion surrounding her journey into diabetes care, the importance of individualizing nutrition in diabetes management, and the sessions she led and moderated at ADCES 2023.
In this episode, hosts take time to break down the implications of two, potentially paradigm-shifting news in the announcement of the addition of bexagliflozin to the Cost Plus Drugs platform and topline data from the landmark SELECT trial.
Hosts are joined by Gary Scheiner, MS, of Integrated Diabetes Services, to discuss the latest developments in diabetes technology from the floor of the 83rd Scientific Sessions of the American Diabetes Association.
David Ahn, MD, joins our hosts for a discussion on overcoming barriers with diabetes technology and offers perspective on his experience leveraging social media platforms to disseminate information as a clinician.
Julie Heverly, of the Time in Range Coalition, discusses the history of time in range, offers perspective on its utility as a glucose metric, and provides an overview of the efforts of the Time in Range Coalition to advance use and education around time in range.
W. Timothy Garvey, MD, sits down to discuss the results of SURMOUNT-2, the ongoing revolution of antiobesity medications, and why he is concerned over the growing prevalence of online weight loss clinics
Hosts are joined by Cari Berget, RN, MPH, for a deep dive into her efforts to improve the implementation of the latest diabetes technologies in real-world settings through her role as a director of the PANTHER Program.
Often overlooked and unrecognized, the mental health challenges accompanying type 1 diabetes are becoming a focal point of discussion for many in the field, including Mark Heyman, PhD, who joined Diana Isaacs, PharmD, and Natalie Bellini, DNP, for a special ADA 2023 edition of Diabetes Dialogue.
At ADA 2023, hosts Diana Isaacs, PharmD, and Natalie Bellini, DNP, sat down with ADCES President-Elect Jane Dickinson, RN, PhD, to discuss her work to address shortfalls of the current language used in the management of diabetes.
At ADA 2023, hosts sit down with Gary Rothenberg, DPM, to discuss awareness and management of diabetic foot ulcers as well as how social determinants of health can influence risk and outcomes for patients with diabetes.
As a follow-up to an episode earlier this year and the FDA clearances of the technology that forms the iLet Bionic Pancreas, hosts sat down in the MJH Life Sciences studio for a special edition recording to explore the implications of the clearance, dispel misconceptions surrounding the system, and hypothesize about the future of this technology in people with diabetes.
In this episode, hosts sit down with Robert Vigersky, MD, chief medical officer of Medtronic Diabetes, for a discussion around the MiniMed 780G, including use, exclusive features, and how patients can obtain the new system.
In this episode, hosts offer their reaction to topline data from the SURMOUNT-2 trial examining tirzepatide for weight management in T2D, the FDA's clearance of the Omnipod GO device, and results of the CLVer trial.
Diana Isaacs, PharmD, and Natalie Bellini, DNP, sit down to discuss the implications of increased CGM access through a recent CMS expansion and take a deep dive into the latest Abbott news, including dispelling misconceptions surrounding the recall announcement.
In this episode, hosts celebrate the 10-year anniversary of the approval of the first SGLT2 inhibitor, discuss announcements related to insulin pricing, and take a deep dive into 24-week data from the MOMENTUM trial.