The 7th International Diabetes Summit 2023 was organised by Chellaram Diabetes Institute from 10th to 12th March 2023 at Hotel J W Marriot, Pune. The 3-day mega event comprised of a pre-conference workshop on “In-Hospital Glucose Control - A simulated Learning Session” and various workshops on insulin pump, ambulatory glucose profile, carbohydrate counting.
Over 80 speakers from India and 10 international speakers from US, Europe, Singapore and 120 chairpersons contributed to the success of this event. The Maharashtra Medical Council had awarded 10 Credit Points to the program. The Association of Physicians of India, Pune Chapter supported the conference.
The summit was a grand success with more than 2000 attendees. Swami Swaroopanandaji Global Head - Chinmaya Mission was the Chief Guest and Dr. Ashish Lele (Director, CSIR-National Chemical Laboratory, Pune) was the Guest of Honour for the inaugural ceremony. During the inauguration ceremony various publications of Chellaram Diabetes Institute including 'Chronicle of Diabetes Research and Practice' Publication of International Diabetes summit 2023 abstracts and recent issue of Diabetes Health magazine were also launched at the hands of the dignitaries .
80 researchers from all over India presented free papers (Oral presentations). For the Best Outstanding Research Paper presented, Chellaram Foundation had announced prizes in the Basic and Clinical Science Categories (Rs 2,00,000 and Rs1,00,000).
This year Chellaram Diabetes Institute in association with Blue Circle Diabetes Foundation had organised a Marathon - 'Run for Diabetes' as a part of the 7th International Diabetes Summit 2023'. Participants of this marathon included adults and children with Type 1 Diabetes. The marathon was a 3 Km run and over 100 participants, from 5 years to 75 years of age, participated in this marathon.
The 7th International Diabetes Summit - 2023 is a part of Chellaram Diabetes Institute's efforts to tackle the escalating problem of Diabetes seen today. National and International eminent speakers deliberating in all areas of Diabetes management offered the Indian medical fraternity invaluable insights and new perspective to understand and manage Diabetes and its complications better and as a result improve patient care in India.