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Type 1 on 1 is a podcast that delves into the obscure, complex and challenging world of life with type 1 diabetes. Writer and broadcaster Jen Grieves, who was diagnosed at the age of 8, talks to compelling guests about their experiences of living with type 1 diabetes and how it’s shaped them - showing that there is no ‘normal’ when it comes to handling this whopper of a chronic condition.
 
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The Diabetes Vault

Andrew Wilson and Dr Matthew Campbell

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Welcome to The Diabetes Vault. Research into diabetes has been behind closed doors; locked away to those of us living with it. The purpose of this podcast is to bring the research out into the mainstream, present it and help us to understand it. The aim is to open it up and in the process align what's being done in the research world with what it's like for us living our lives at the cold face dealing with challenges of diabetes. Join me Andrew Wilson and my co-host Dr Matthew Campbell to ex ...
 
What is type 1 diabetes? How do people with diabetes manage their symptoms? Type 1 diabetes occurs when insulin producing cells are destroyed, and the body can no longer produce the insulin needed to control sugar levels in the blood. It can develop at any age, but most commonly emerges in childhood. Diabetics must ensure that they don’t have too much or too little sugar in their blood as either extreme can cause medical complications. In this collection, 21-year old Clemmy reveals what it i ...
 
Supercharge your learning and enhance your practice with this Internal Medicine Podcast featuring board certified Internists as they interview the experts to bring you clinical pearls, practice-changing knowledge, and bad puns. Doctors Matthew Watto, Paul Williams, and friends (a national network of students, residents, and clinician-educators) deliver a little knowledge food for your brain hole. Yummy! No boring lectures here, just high-value content and a healthy dose of humor. Fantastic f ...
 
The T1D news show you've been waiting for! Long-time broadcaster, blogger and diabetes mom Stacey Simms interviews prominent advocates, authors and speakers. Stacey asks hard questions of healthcare companies and tech developers and brings on "everyday' people living with type 1. Great for parents of T1D kids, adults with type 1 and anyone who loves a person with diabetes.
 
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It’s In the News! This week’s top diabetes headlines and stories include: cybersecurity risk cited for some Medtronic pumps, Omnipod 5 gets European approval, new data about the Freestyle Libre and avoiding hospitalizations, the new T1D Index and more! Check out Stacey's book: The World's Worst Diabetes Mom! Join the Diabetes Connections Facebook G…
 
Drum roll please… Not only are Jen and Ami in the same country, but they're in the same room! It’s a special day for Type 1 on 1: The Diaries because for the first time ever, Jen and Ami are recording together IRL. Jen’s back from her adventures around the world just in time to help Ami pack for her holiday, Spanish diabetes vocabulary included - a…
 
Researchers at UVA recently published a study called Design and Validation of an Open-Source Closed-Loop Testbed for Artificial Pancreas Systems. They say what they’ve set up here is quote - a valid tool that can be used by the research community to demonstrate the effectiveness of different control algorithms and safety features for APS, automated…
 
Upper and Lower GI Bleed Diagnosis and Management Handle the gush of upper and lower GI bleeds with ease thanks to Dr. Tanvi Dhere (@DhereMdEmory)! Learn diagnosis, initial management as well as post-procedure management including when to resume anticoagulation and antithrombotic therapy. Claim free CME for this episode at curbsiders.vcuhealth.org!…
 
It's In the News! This week's top diabetes headlines and stories include: with more cases of type 1 and type 2 diabetes in US kids, researchers look into whether more screenings should take place. There's a new injectable on the market that some studies show can reduce the risk of type 2 diabetes in overweight and obese people, Medtronic faces a sh…
 
Another week, another flight, and Jen and Ami are finally on the timezone! Although Jen can’t actually say the word ‘timezone’ because she’s rocking that jet lag. But she’s very happy to be back in the UK, and now you lot don’t have to listen to yet another travel story every single week… This week we’re talking about balancing type 1 diabetes with…
 
We’re back with another women in medicine episode– this time Shreya and Leah interview their she-ro Dr. Kemi Doll, career coach extraordinaire to women of color in academic medicine. She is breaking down the biggest challenges she’s seen her clients face and how to tackle them! Episodes | Subscribe | Spotify | Swag! | Top Picks | Mailing List | the…
 
Doug Scalia has completed 25 marathons in 15 states. He’s about to add three more to his list, including the New York City Marathon as part of a team of people with type 1. He knows it sounds like an impossible feat for many, but he says anyone can do it! Doug was diagnosed as a young adult and he’s also played in the World Series of Poker so we ha…
 
Polyps, polypectomy & surveillance with Dr. Jennifer Maranki Learn how to recommend a good bowel prep, read colonoscopy reports, and review recommended polyp surveillance with Dr. Jennifer Maranki, @jenmarankimd (Penn State Health) Claim free CME for this episode at curbsiders.vcuhealth.org! Episodes | Subscribe | Spotify | Swag! | Top Picks | Mail…
 
It’s in the news! The top stories and headlines around the diabetes community this week include: A new way to sneak islet cells into the body without needing immunosuppressive drugs, routinely checking young children for T1D markets before symptoms show up, a non invasive way to measure blood glucose uses Radio Frequency, a DIY movement publishes i…
 
Omnipod 5 was approved earlier this year and just rolled out to a wider release. So how is the first tubeless automated insulin delivery system doing in the real world? We put together a panel of early adopters and got their feedback. That was great, but it brought up quite a few questions, so we reached out to Omnipod for clarification and follow …
 
A simplified approach to dizziness/vertigo with tips from international expert, Dr. David Newman-Toker, Professor of Neurology, Ophthalmology, and Otolaryngology at Johns Hopkins University. We learn how to differentiate stroke from other causes of dizziness/vertigo; how to approach the differential diagnosis in dizziness/vertigo; how to perform th…
 
It’s in the news! The top stories and headlines around the diabetes community this week include new progress in the quest for oral insulin to treat type 1, a new study says a common type 2 diabetes drug may help those with serious heart condition, a look at teen brains and T1D, NSAID and type 2 and more! Learn about the T1d Exchange: www.t1dexchang…
 
Bienvenidos! We’re back with more type 1 diabetes chat, and this week we’re talking about being defiant when it comes to allowing yourself to slow down because of the small matter of handling a chronic illness. What do you think? Ami’s miraculously had an escapade free week despite enjoying a bank holiday weekend, and Jen’s finally giving the hikes…
 
Recap and review the top pearls from recent episodes #322 H. Pylori and #324 Obesity Medicine FAQ with Watto and Paul. It’s Tales from the Curbside! (TFTC), our monthly series providing a rapid review of recent Curbsiders episodes for your spaced learning. Note No CME for this mini-episode but visit curbsiders.vcuhealth.org to claim credit for show…
 
Stacey's son spent the summer away at regular, non-diabetes sleepaway camp. 8 weeks managing all of his own care, with no remote monitoring. You had a lot of questions, including how he manages overnight lows: Benny is 17, he was diagnosed just before he turned two and, as usual, he has a lot to say. He had quite a few adventures at camp, but every…
 
On this Curbsiders classic, we discuss antibiotic classes, common uses, the pathophysiology behind antibiotic mechanisms, and much more with infectious disease expert, Dr. Adi Shah MBBS (@IDdocAdi)! This antibiotics primer will break down the (cell) walls of antibiotic knowledge. Stop feeling silly when you deal with penicillins! Original show note…
 
It’s in the news! The top stories and headlines around the diabetes community this week include a new attempt to have fewer misdiagnoses of type 2 (when it's really type 1) diabetes, a new approval for Omnipod 5 down to two years old, a look at the endocrinologist shortage in the US, a milestone for Tandem and more! Check out Stacey's book: The Wor…
 
Jazz hands at the ready, we’re feeling a bit showbiz this week… After a little dancing reminisce, we finally get to the real topic - type 1 diabetes. Jen’s had a shocker with her blood sugars and after going round the houses with the possible culprit, it all becomes very clear. Oops. Ami’s in the mood for some science (read: not scientific at all) …
 
Back to school can be one of the most stressful times for parents of kids with T1D and it’s okay to admit that. This week, Anna Sabino, of Finding Smiles Coaching, a diabetes educator who lives with type 1, joins Stacey to help you out! We’re going to go through 504s, school supplies, remote monitoring, last minute issues and set you up for long te…
 
The Thrill of Victory and the Agony of the Feet Don’t fear foot pain! Learn how to evaluate the painful foot and ankle, what needs imaging, and who needs rehab. We are joined by Dr. Joan Ritter (Walter Reed National Military Medical Center) for a special live Curbsiders episode! Claim free CME for this episode at curbsiders.vcuhealth.org! Episodes …
 
It's in the news! The top stories and headlines around the diabetes community this week include: People on Medicare should see insulin prices capped, A look at whether the tuberculosis vaccine prevented Covid in people with type 1 diabetes, Tandem's CEO has some news about their tiny Mobi pump, students create non-invasive glucose monitoring, and s…
 
The tables have turned this week as Ami’s voice is back in action, but Jen seems to have caught the lurge through the airwaves. Undeterred, there are more stories to share, not least having crossed 4 countries in two days. Ami’s having another week of bruises, and despite staying in the same city in the same country, she’s collecting all the escapa…
 
You may know the Inflation Reduction Act best for being the latest time an insulin price measure was NOT voted through. But supporters say there’s a lot here that will help patients save money, including those with diabetes. We talk with Sarah Kaminer Bourland, Legislative Director of Patient for Affordable Drugs Now. She explains what this new pla…
 
Diagnosing & Managing Acute Hypoxemia with Nick Mark MD Quick! Your patient is desaturating! Have no fear, for in this installment of our Rapid Response series we have recruited pulmonologist/intensivist extraordinaire, the great Dr. Nick Mark of ICU One Pager, to share with us all the pitfalls and pearls we need to have under our collective belt w…
 
Get caught up on the news and headlines around the diabetes community! The top stories in the last seven days: Senate Republicans nixed an insulin copay cap, but Democrats say they will revisit this issue in a few weeks, Dexcom pushed back their G7 timeline in the USA after the FDA asks for changes, once weekly basal insulin moves forward in trials…
 
We’re channelling the chill vibes today as poor Ami has lost her voice, and whatever she’s fighting off is sending her blood glucose soaring. Jen’s also struggling with high glucose readings that are sneakily creeping up on her after she’s gone to sleep. Rude. We discuss the psychology of feeling guilty for choosing certain sugars from one day to t…
 
I started Diabetes Connections back in the summer of 2015. I'm not sure I had a number of episodes in mind when I kicked off the show, I just knew I wanted to make a podcast for and about the diabetes community. Thanks for tuning in all this time! For episode 500, I've turned hosting duties over to Cristina Frank, a TV news anchor who lives with ty…
 
Find out how tirzepatide might revolutionize weight loss, pharmacogenomics might improve antidepressant prescribing, seasonal edema affects Google searches, and whether nirmatrelvir/ritonavir helps standard-risk patients with COVID-19, and patient-centered recommendations for inpatient care from SHM/Choosing Wisely! Time to fill your plate with a f…
 
Get ready, Jen is feeling CHATTY this week… there’s an update on the many cuts and bruises she’s collecting on her adventures, and with the extra stress of being immuno-compromised, she’s turned to the carbs to get her through. Ami’s got high hopes for a rom-com with a type 1 diabetes storyline, but she’s slightly baffled as to how the main charact…
 
How many microphones are in the room you are in? Did you count the ones in your earbuds? On your phone? Your smart device? On this episode of The Futures Archive Lee Moreau and Liz Danzico discuss the microphone as an embedded technology, and the power it commands from center stage to tucked away in a drawer. With additional insights from Susan Sch…
 
Jeff Ryan has lived with type 1 for more than 50 years. But he also has what’s called an essential tremor. Part of the treatment for that included using powerful magnets, which made thinking about diabetes tech.. a little different for Jeff. He talks about being diagnosed as a toddler in 1971, and how treatment for both his tremor and his type 1 ha…
 
Learn to recognize myositis and myopathy (aka the idiopathic inflammatory myopathies), perform the appropriate initial testing, whether or not statins and exercise are safe to continue, and how to partner with our subspecialist colleagues to treat these patients in primary care. Recorded LIVE at Johns Hopkins, we’re joined by Dr. Lisa Christopher-S…
 
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