The speakers for this webinar will give a practical guideline for the time spent in the target range (TIR) between 70 and 180mg/dL while reducing time in hypoglycaemia, for patients using continuous glucose monitoring. TIR goes beyond HbA1c in representing blood glucose levels because it captures variation – the highs, lows, and in-range values that characterise life with diabetes.
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Dr Zaheer Bayat (Endocrinologist)
Dr Zaheer Bayat is a specialist physician and endocrinologist working in Gauteng. He is the Head of Department of Internal Medicine and the Head of Endocrinology, Diabetes and Metabolism at Helen Joseph Hospital, a tertiary academic hospital attached to the University of Witwatersrand, Johannesburg, South Africa. He is also a clinician in private practice at the Centre for Integrative Health based in the Sandton Medi-Clinic and the Ahmed Kathrada Private Hospital. Dr Bayat is also part of the Lenasia Clinic Trial and Research Unit (LCTC).
Dr Bayat is the current chairperson of SEMDSA and was part of the International Congress of Endocrinology organizing committee in 2018. He is a contributor and part of the editorial panel of the South African Type 2 Diabetes Guidelines as well as the South African Thyroid Guidelines.
Dr Bayat is well known locally and internationally, having been an invited speaker and chair to the World Internal Medicine Congress (2018), International Congress of Endocrinology (2018), EASD symposium (2018, 2017) as well as having been part of the Diabetes Education Program in Sub Saharan Africa. He is an invited reviewer to multiple National Internal Medicine and Endocrinology Journals. In addition, Dr Bayat sits on several Regional and National Drug Advisory Boards as well as Diabetes and Thyroid Advisory Panels.
Dr Reyna Daya (Endocrinologist)
Dr Reyna Daya is a specialist physician and endocrinologist working in Gauteng. She is a senior clinician in the Department of Internal Medicine and the Division of Endocrinology, Diabetes and Metabolism at Helen Joseph Hospital, a tertiary academic hospital in Johannesburg, South Africa. Dr Daya also does limited private practice as a specialist endocrinologist at the Sandton Medi-Clinic.
Dr Daya is well known locally having been an invited speaker at CMEs. She is also an invited editor to multiple National Internal Medicine and Endocrinology Journals. In addition, Dr Daya sits on National Drug Advisory Boards for Diabetes. In 2020, Dr Daya joined the EASD Rising Stars Academy and in 2021 was appointed as Head of Education at SEMSDA.