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MIND MATTERS: WOMEN, TECHNOLOGY & DIABETES

Diabetes dramatically increases your chances of suffering from cardiovascular and renal disease, depression, and even limb amputations. It can reduce your lifespan between 5-15 years and is more common among those 64 and older.

Diabetes affects women differently than men, with woman facing a higher risk for heart disease. Diabetes also increases the risk of dementia. This event will address healthy eating and technological solutions to avoiding and controlling diabetes.

FEATURING

LAURA ROSELLA

LAURA ROSELLA, PhD, MHSc
Associate Professor, Dalla Lana School of Public Health, University of Toronto, Canada Research Chair in Population Health Analytics

JOSEPH CAFAZZO

JOSEPH CAFAZZO, PhD, MHSc
Wolfond Chair in Digital Health and Lead at eHealth Innovation, UHN

WITH MODERATOR

vivien brown

VIVIEN BROWN, MDCM, CCFM, FCFP, NCMP
Family Physician, Author, and Vice President, Medisys Health Group

THIS EVENT IS PART OF THE MIND MATTERS:
WOMEN’S BRAIN HEALTH AND TECHNOLOGY SERIES, AND WILL BE RECORDED AND MADE AVAILABLE ONLINE.

TUESDAY NOVEMBER 6, 2018 | 6:00 – 9:00
AUTODESK | MaRS DISCOVERY DISTRICT
101 COLLEGE STREET | TORONTO

TICKETS
General Admission $25 | Group Rate (2+) $20 each | Student Rate $15

TO PURCHASE TICKETS VISIT
https://mindmatters_diabetes.eventbrite.ca or call 1.888.927.2011

EVENING MADE POSSIBLE BY

Otsuka, Nucleo, Medtronic, TannyFund, CroweSoberman

Details

Date:
November 6, 2018
Time:
6:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Event Category:

Venue

Autodesk, MaRS Discovery District
101 College Street
Toronto, Ontario Canada
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Notice regarding our events and COVID-19

Women’s Brain Health Initiative has also been touched by the COVID-19 pandemic. We have tentatively rescheduled all of our events to the fall. We will continue to monitor the situation closely to determine the best approach for each of our upcoming events and may need to make further scheduling changes. Your safety is our top priority. Thank you for your understanding and ongoing support.