European Diabetes Technology Course

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Letter of Invitation

Dear Diabetes Clinicians,

It is our great pleasure to invite you to participate in the European Diabetes Technology Course (EDTC) presented by Diabetes Technology Society in cooperation with the Steno Diabetes Center. This meeting for clinicians covers why, when, and how to use the latest technologies for patients with diabetes, and gives special focus to blood glucose monitoring and interpreting A1C values, continuous glucose monitoring, and insulin delivery: pens, pads, & pumps.

At this meeting, we will once again present an accreditation program for clinicians who demonstrate expertise in the use of technology. Diabetes Technology Society will be awarding the Certified European Diabetes Technician (CEDT), which is an earned credential that demonstrates the recipient’s specialized knowledge, skills, and experience with diabetes technology. If you are a diabetes clinician who wants to understand the applications of new technologies and if you furthermore wish to demonstrate your expertise through achievement of certification as a CEDT, then we invite you to attend this event and to take the certification examination which will be given at the conclusion of the program.

Foreign nationals from certain countries must obtain a travel visa in order to enter Denmark and attend this meeting. A list of these countries can be found at Information about the process of applying for a visa can be found at You can register for the conference and book your hotel room through our website at In addition to obtaining a travel visa, all foreign attendees are fully responsible for the costs of meeting registration, travel, lodging, and related expenses associated with attending this meeting.
We look forward to meeting you in Copenhagen.

Best regards,

David C. Klonoff, MD, FACP, Fellow AIMBE, co-chair
President, Diabetes Technology Society

Martin Ridderstråle, MD, MBA, co-chair
Steno Diabetes Center, Copenhagen, Denmark