The virtual CVOT Summit 2021 is organized in cooperation with the Incretin Study Group and the DCVD of the EASD, the PCDE as well as the Working Group ‘Diabetes and Heart’ of the DDG.
EASD Incretin Study Group
The overall goal of the EASD Incretin Study Group is to confront knowledge and ideas related to incretin physiology and clinical applications with the aim to identify key questions that need to be addressed in clinical and fundamental science and propose key clinical trials; to diffuse news and organize meetings about incretins and related topics. These goals are achieved through the organization of roundtable discussions, which take place every other year, to discuss what is “known, new, controversial” in the incretin field.
Study Group on Primary Care Research in Diabetology (PCDE)
The Study Group on Primary Care Diabetes Europe (PCDE) exists to provide a focal point for primary care clinicians and their patients. Its purpose is to promote high standards of care throughout Europe. Emphasis is placed on incorporating evidence based medicine into daily practice as well as promoting diabetes education and research in primary care.
Diabetes and Cardiovascular Disease EASD Study Group (D&CVD)
The Diabetes and Cardiovascular Disease EASD Study Group (D&CVD) promotes advancement of knowledge on all aspects of Cardiovascular Disease and Diabetes through active co-operation between interested Diabetologists and other specialists, particularly Cardiologists. It works actively for the establishment of European collaborative studies, acts as a reference group for EASD in matters related cardiovascular disease and diabetes as well as works actively for establishment of European and International collaborative studies and act as a reference group for EASD in matters related to cardiovascular disease and diabetes. The main aim of D&CVD EASD Study Group is to bring together researchers working in the field of cardiovascular disease in diabetes mellitus, exchange experiences in research and promote discussions during regular meetings.
Working Group ‘Diabetes and Heart’ of the German Diabetes Society (DDG)
The Working Group `Diabetes and Heart’ of the DDG exists to promote advancement of knowledge on all aspects of cardiovascular disease and diabetes through active co-operation between interested diabetologists and other specialists, particularly cardiologists. It works actively for the establishment of interdisciplinary cooperations for the prevention and therapy of comorbidities.