RIDE WITH US!

Buckle up T1D passengers, while TCOYD’s Dr. E and Dr. P–two California endocrinologists living with type 1 diabetes–take you on a joyride. Journey through a day in the life of living with this disease as our expert guides provide you with medical tips, lifestyle solutions, and humorous anecdotes!

–  MUST-SEE  –

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CARPOOL KARAOKE

CARPOOL KARAOKE

We’re taking our original songs on the road…literally! Don’t miss our “We Are One” original song performed by your favorite TCOYD faculty with a must-see music video.

MUST-HAVE DIABETES SUPPLIES

DOCS' LIST OF MUST-HAVE DIABETES SUPPLIES

Check out the real supplies our docs with T1D use on a daily basis to manage their diabetes.

INTERACTIVE GROCERY EXPERIENCE

INTERACTIVE GROCERY EXPERIENCE

Our expert dietitian takes you through an actual grocery shopping experience, complete with a quick way to count carbs so you can choose the right foods for you.

LATEST T1D RESEARCH + COVID UPDATES

LATEST T1D RESEARCH + COVID-19 UPDATES

There’s a lot of chatter about cool research going on in the T1D world right now, and we’re here to give you the real info. Plus, we’re talking about COVID-19 booster shots for T1Ds.

DIABETES PIZZA CHALLENGE

DIABETES PIZZA CHALLENGE

We’re all wondering about it…how the heck can we eat pizza and stay in range?! We’ll show you our best pizza party tricks live.

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SHARE YOUR CRAZY DIABETES STORY

SHARE YOUR CRAZY DIABETES STORY

Want your crazy diabetes story to be featured during the live event? Submit a short video to events@tcoyd.org and we might pick yours to share live!

HEAR THE DOCS’ DIABETES FAILS

HEAR THE DOCS’ DIABETES FAILS

Managing T1D is hard and even endocrinologists aren’t perfect. Hear Drs. E and P get vulnerable and open up about their biggest diabetes fails.

ASK QUESTIONS & GET ANSWERS LIVE

ASK QUESTIONS & GET ANSWERS LIVE

Have a question about managing your T1D? Ask our expert endos live and get practical advice from people who get it.

LIVE CHAT WITH T1DS FROM AROUND THE WORLD

LIVE CHAT WITH T1DS FROM AROUND THE WORLD

Opportunity for a video-on moment! Scroll through the faces of our global T1D community and realize how many of us are along for the ride.

CONNECT WITH TCOYD-APPROVED DIABETES COMPANIES

CONNECT WITH TCOYD-APPROVED DIABETES COMPANIES

There’s so much great technology out there for T1D and we’re connecting you with our favorite companies in our Virtual Exhibit Hall with live chats and video demos.

WHEN

SATURDAY, October 16th, 2021

9:00am – 3:00pm PT: Conference Program
8:00am – 4:00pm PT: Health Fair Exhibits and Networking

 

WHERE

This interactive experience will be hosted on a virtual conference platform called vFairs, which is accessible through any internet browser. All registered participants will receive a link via email to join the event.

 

HOW MUCH

This event is complimentary.

Having trouble registering? Email brittany@tcoyd.org

**NOTE: Adding the event to your calendar does not register you for the event. To register, please click the “REGISTER NOW” button.**

ONE 2021: EVENT SPEAKERS

*extra-relatable faculty (they’re living with type 1)

*Steven V. Edelman, MD

FOUNDER & DIRECTOR OF TCOYD

Steve, a type 1 since the age of 15, has dedicated his career to educating and treating others like himself. Endocrinologist, Founder & Director, TCOYD, Professor of Medicine, UCSD School of Medicine, VA Medical Center San Diego

*Jeremy Pettus, MD

ENDO THAT WALKS THE TALK

Jeremy is a beloved endocrinologist and international speaker who talks about type 1 diabetes from his firsthand experience of living well with the disease. Endocrinologist, Type 1 Track Director TCOYD, Associate Professor of Medicine, UCSD School of Medicine

Tricia Santos, MD

ASSOCIATE CLINICAL PROFESSOR

Tricia directs the Diabetes & Endocrinology courses at UCSD School of Medicine. She teaches doctors to focus on the importance of involving the patient in medical decision making. Endocrinologist, Type 2 Track Director TCOYD, Associate Clinical Professor of Medicine, UCSD School of Medicine

William Polonsky, PhD, CDCES

CLINICAL PSYCHOLOGIST

Dr. Polonsky is President and Founder of the Behavioral Diabetes Institute, the world’s first organization totally dedicated to studying and addressing the unmet psychological needs of people with diabetes. Associate Clinical Professor of Psychiatry, University of California, San Diego

Schafer Boeder, MD

DIABETES RESEARCHER

Schafer is a board-certified endocrinologist who diagnoses and treats people with a variety of endocrine conditions, with a particular focus on diabetes. His research is focused on new medications, devices, and technologies to help patients with type 1 and type 2 diabetes.

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Liana Abascal, PhD, MDH

Clinical Psychologist and Health Coach, Private Practice, Assistant Professor at the California School of Professional Psychology, Alliant International University

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*Conor Daly, INDYCAR Driver

NTT INDYCAR SERIES Driver, Sponsored by MannKind, Makers of Inhaled Insulin; Living Well with T1D

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*Leslie Eiland, MD

Endocrinologist, Assistant Professor of Medicine, University of Nebraska Medical Center; Medical Director, Endocrine Telehealth Program, Omaha, Nebraska; Living Well with T1D

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Bethany Karl, DO

Nephrologist, Assistant Professor of Medicine, UCSD Health

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*Charlie Kimball, INDYCAR Driver

INDYCAR Driver, Sponsored by Dexcom, CGMs the Best Driving Device for T1Ds; Living Well with T1D

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*Aaron Kowalski, PhD

President & Chief Executive Officer, JDRF, Boston, Massachusetts; Living Well with T1D

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Nikolas London, MD

Ophthalmology Specialist, Scripps, La Jolla

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Heather McDonald, MD, FRCPC

Rheumatologist, Mount Sinai Hospital, Toronto

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*Stephen Ponder, MD

Pediatric Endocrinologist, Author, Diabetes Blogger, Belton, Texas, Living Well with T1D

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*Gary Scheiner, MS, CDCES

Owner, Integrated Diabetes Services, Wynnewood, Pennsylvania; Living Well with T1D

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Adriana Valencia, RD, CDCES

Dietitian, UCSD School of Medicine

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Jamie Wolosin, MD

Gastroenterologist, Sharp HealthCare

ONE 2021: EVENT AGENDA

–  EVENT OVERVIEW  –

9:00AM - 9:10AMLog in and familiarize yourselves with our state-of-the-art virtual platform, "Vfairs".
Welcome video to air as soon as you sign in.
9:10AM - 9:40AMOpening Act – Carpool Karaoke Featuring the "We Are One" song
Main Feature – Picking Up Diabetes Supplies at Homebase


Starring: *Steven V. Edelman, MD; *Jeremy Pettus, MD; and Erik Berg
Featuring: The TCOYD Team

Ride with Us! Buckle up T1D passengers, while TCOYD’s Dr. E and Dr. P–two California endocrinologists living with type 1, take you on a joyride. Journey through a day in the life of living with this disease as our guides provide you with medical tips, lifestyle solutions and humorous antidotes, all along the way. First stop Dr. E and Dr. P take you home to show you how to stay organized with all your needed yet sometimes cumbersome type 1 supplies.
9:45AM - 10:25AMOpening Act – Comedians/Endos in Cars Talking Professionally and Frankly about COVID
Main Feature – Off to Work We Go! Dr. P Heads to the Research Lab to Work on New Discoveries in Type 1


Starring: *Jeremy Pettus, MD
Featuring: * Leslie Eiland, MD, and *Aaron Kowalski, PhD

COVID updates, booster shots and other pandemic related guidance. Plus Dr. P is off to the research lab to work on and discuss the latest discoveries in type 1. He’ll be joined by a couple of our nation’s top scientists to talk about all the very recent advances in T1D research from therapies to prevent the disease entirely to exciting transplant approaches, and non-insulin therapies.
10:30AM - 11:00AMOpening Act – Cruising and Chatting about the Craziest Type 1 Stories
Main Feature – Pitstop for Pizza: Can These T1D Riders Stay in Range?


Starring: *Steven V. Edelman, MD, and *Jeremy Pettus, MD

We asked You, our TCOYD community, to tell us about their craziest type 1 stories. Hear from our winners! Plus learn some glucose monitoring party tricks as Dr. E and Dr. P head out for pizza while attempting to stay in range!
11:00AM - 11:30AMBREAK

Venture into the exhibit hall or network lounge, or watch some on-demand videos in the auditorium. Have fun but do come back to the auditorium for our next “LIVE” session.
11:30AM - 12:10PMOpening Act – CRASH! When You Break Down with Diabetes TCOYD is Here to Pick You Up!
Main Feature – Fueling Up at the Grocery Store


Starring: *Steven V. Edelman, MD, and *Jeremy Pettus, MD
Featuring: William Polonsky, PhD, CDCES; and Adriana Valencia, RD, CDCES

When your diabetes motivation feels flat, our diabetes psychologist will pick you up. Plus we have honed in grocery shopping tips for T1D. Play along with our carb counting game and learn from our top diabetes dietitian how to make the best choices when it comes to diabetes and food.
12:15PM - 12:45PMSpecial Guest Appearance – Diabetes Doesn’t Slow this INDY 500 Race Car Driver Down!

Starring: *Charlie Kimball, INDYCAR Driver

It’s full speed ahead for Charlie Kimball. Hear how this INDYCAR Driver navigates his diabetes on and off the road.
12:45PM - 1:15PMBREAK

Venture into the exhibit hall or network lounge, or watch some on-demand videos in the auditorium. Have fun but do come back to the auditorium for our next “LIVE” session.
1:15PM - 2:10PMLIVE Show: Ride with Us…Essential Roadside Advice for T1D plus LIVE Q&A!

Starring: *Steven V. Edelman, MD; *Jeremy Pettus, MD; Schafer Boeder, MD; and Tricia Santos, MD

Cameras on or cameras off (your choice), you’ll be able to meet your other T1D passengers. Scroll through the faces of our global T1D community and realize how many of us are along for the ride. Get roadside advice from these diabetes experts…they may not be able to fix your breaks, but they can help overhaul your A1c or shift your gears towards a more upbeat attitude about having diabetes!
2:15PM - 2:45PMSpecial Guest Appearance: Racing with Diabetes! Buckle Up T1Ds

Starring: *Conor Daly, NTT INDYCAR SERIES Driver

Buckle up T1Ds as we head around the race track again with NTT INDYCAR SERIES Driver, Conor Daly. Learn how to stay in gear or shift gears and possibly attitudes about living with diabetes.
2:50PM - 3:00PMGrand Finale: ONE for the Road plus Continued Access to 24 Hour Roadside Assistance @ TCOYD.org

Starring: *Steven V. Edelman, MD; *Jeremy Pettus, MD; and Erik Berg
Featuring: The TCOYD Team

Here is ONE for the Road, an encore of the "We Are One" song. We hope you’ve enjoyed this diabetes joyride! Regardless of which path you are on and where you are with your diabetes management, TCOYD is here for you 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Ride with Us! TCOYD.org

–  ON DEMAND WEBINARS  –

**Bonus webinars available for 30 days after the live event**

How to be a Type 1 Diabetes Rockstar! – *Jeremy Pettus, MD

Dr. P will show you how to be a diabetes rock star using the latest and greatest treatment strategies whether you are on multiple daily injections or fuel injected with a hybrid closed loop system. Rock out as you learn to strike your spike, reduce your hypos, flatten out your overnight numbers and more! Go to the top of the charts and knock the socks off your doctor!
Finding Your Sweet Spot: Improve Your Time in Range – *Steven V. Edelman, MD

Time in Range is the percentage of time that a person spends with their blood glucose levels in target range (70 to 180mg/dl). Learn tricks from this T1D pro on how to keep your blood glucose levels in this “sweet” spot. Foods to eat, CGM tweaks, newer insulins and other creative strategies.
Drugs...the Prescribed Kind! An Addition to Insulin – *Steven V. Edelman, MD

Did you know there are many medications you can use in addition to insulin to help us T1Ds get better control? Some medicines even help increase our time in range while lowering our insulin requirements and also help with weight loss. By no means are we insinuating that any of you have to lose a few pounds, but it’s nice to know that some drugs can make us skinnier and not the other way around.
Insulin Pumps and Hybrid Closed Loop Systems – *Gary Scheiner, MS, CDCES

Create some technological magic by marrying your pump with your CGM. Learn how to use a computer program called an “algorithm” to take data from both your pump and CGM to adjust your pump’s insulin delivery automatically.
How to Eat 3 Donuts and Stay in Range – *Steven V. Edelman, MD, and *Jeremy Pettus, MD

Steve and Jeremy can turn almost anything into friendly competition, and in this experiment, they picked different methods to try to stay in range while inhaling three donuts. But let’s be clear: this was not an excuse to chow down on maple gazed, but rather to point out that, when you’re equipped with the right tools and education, you can eat the foods you like in moderation. But donut try this at home. 😉
Sugar Surfing: How to Manage Type 1 Diabetes in a Modern World – *Stephen Ponder, MD

You may not be able to completely stop the waves of fluctuating blood glucose levels, but you can learn to surf! If you’re using a CGM (or interested in learning more about them) we’ll take you beyond the basics and show you how to use them to their fullest potential so you can “hang ten”!
I Admit It, I Inhale: Inhaled and Other Newer Insulins – *Jeremy Pettus, MD

Dude…TCOYD is based out of California where it’s okay to inhale. Learn about inhaled, injectable, rapid-acting, and basal insulins. Toujeo, Tresiba, Afrezza, Fiasp, and Lyumiev may be hard to pronounce, but learn why these mouthfuls might be right for you.
Complex Food Dosing for When You Go Out to Eat Again – Adriana Valencia, RD, CDCES

Learn about complex food dosing for when you go out to eat, especially when you’re traveling and might be eating more meals with carbs, fat, and dessert than normal. Let’s be prepared to keep our sugars from spiking too high when we bite into our first Hula Pie and sip our first Mai Tai of the year…hmmm actually…decade!!! Yes, you are going to want to know these tips.
Prevention, Early Detection, and Aggressive Treatment of Eye and Kidney Complications – *Steven V. Edelman, MD; Nikolas London, MD; Bethany Karl, DO

Complications can happen to the best of us (even wicked smart endos with respectable time in range!). Don’t freak out - learn tips and tricks on how to avoid, minimize and slow the progression of complications. Stay up-to-date on the latest screening tests that can diagnose problems early so your life will be less complicated!
Oh My Aching Joints: Musculoskeletal Issues – Heather McDonald, MD, FRCPC

Why does it hurt to lift my arm? Why do my fingers look gnarled? Frozen shoulder, trigger finger, arthritis and many other musculoskeletal issues are common for people living with diabetes. We’ve got solutions to help keep your joints supple and free from pain.
What’s Up with My Aching Stomach? – Jamie Wolosin, MD

Are stomach upset and bloating affecting your daily life? Find out how to calm your tummy down. Learn about celiac, gluten sensitivity, gastroparesis and other common problems that can affect your belly.
Staying In Range During and After Exercise: A Real Pain in the… – *Steven V. Edelman, MD, and *Jeremy Pettus, MD

If you have diabetes and are on insulin, one of the most frustrating things is dealing with blood sugar swings before, during, and after exercise. Dr. E and Dr. P go head-to-head in another challenge, this time using two different methods to see who can stay in better range during their workout.
Traveling with Diabetes – *Steven V. Edelman, MD, and *Jeremy Pettus, MD

Things will open up again…promise…and once they do, vacation time awaits you! Learn some travel tips from these type 1 jet setters before setting out on your next worldwide adventure, or even just for your next staycation.
Getting High without Getting High: Marijuana and Diabetes – *Jeremy Pettus, MD

Before we go any further, it is important that you first know the laws in your state. If “pot” is legal in your state then by all means listen in to see if this drug will potentially help or hinder your blood glucose levels.
Alcohol and Diabetes: Do They Mix? – *Steven V. Edelman, MD; and *Jeremy Pettus, MD

Dr. E and Dr. P have offered themselves up as “test dummies” (all in the name of research) to discover the effects of alcohol on their blood sugars. Learn through their trials and tribulations which types of alcohol keep your sugars flat, and which ones make you lose control (and your shirt).
Diabulimia and Other Eating Disorders – Liana Abascal, PhD, MDH

Managing weight and diabetes can be tricky, especially with all of the intense focus on food, labels, numbers (carbs, blood glucose, A1c) and control. How do you regain a sense of balance when you’ve restricted yourself for too long?
Pregnancy and Breast Feeding with Type 1 – *Leslie Eiland, MD

Pregnant or considering pregnancy? Learn all there is to know from this endocrinologist and mother of two boys, living well with type 1.
LADA - LADA (Latent Autoimmune Diabetes in Adults) – Schafer Boeder, MD

LADA (Latent Autoimmune Diabetes in Adults) is the most missed diagnosis in diabetes. It’s often initially diagnosed as type 2 because the loss of pancreatic beta cells is much slower than the more “traditional” form of type 1. We’ll explain the typical stages of the condition and share which tests can determine a type 1 diagnosis.

ONE 2021 IS SPONSORED BY THE FOLLOWING ORGANIZATIONS

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