EASD #docday° 2020

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Dear friends,

Join us for #docday° !
Tuesday, 22 September 2020, 12.00 h
via FB Live

As every year at EASD, diabetes advocates are invited to use #docday° as their dedicated platform to share ideas, projects and advocacy work with fellow peers from the Diabetes Online Community. With EASD 2020 having gone fully virtual, this year's virtual #docday° will allow you to participate regardless of your physical location! Take this unique opportunity to get the word out: If you would like to present at #docday°, get in touch and we will make it possible! 

Drop us an email
#docday° has no agenda - YOU are the agenda! 

EASD virtual #docday° will be broadcast via Facebook Live, reaching HCPs, researchers, industry partners and the general public. Please join our Facebook-Event to follow #docday° via Facebook!

#dedoc° has been organizing #docday° since 2015. What started as an improvised get-together of diabetes bloggers in a small co-working café in Stockholm has developed into what is today the best (and most fun!) place for diabetes advocates, patient representatives and other KOLs from the DOC to meet and mingle and to exchange, network and collaborate with HCPs, researchers and industry alike. But don't take our word for it - read Renza's blogpost or watch the video of our last #docday° at ATTD Madrid:

 

 

#dedoc° also runs the #dedoc° voices scholarship program, allowing patient advocates to attend EASD as well as ISPAD, including their scientific sessions, industry symposia and the virtual exhibition!
Deadline for applications for ISPAD 2020 is Friday, 25 September 2020! 

We look forward to welcoming you to our first virtual EASD #docday° ! 


Bastian
mail@dedoc.de
 

#docday° follows an open door policy. 
Industry employees are welcome to attend, listen in, connect and support as long as they make their affiliation visible and refrain from marketing talk.
Partners wishing to present at #docday° are invited to join and support the #dedoc° voices program.

  

#docday° history