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The mission of DSMA (Diabetes Social Media Advocacy) is to promote social networking in all its forms (Facebook, twitter, YouTube, etc) in order to educate and support all people affected by diabetes. The diabetes online community the opportunity to share and understand the challenges of physical, mental and emotional needs of this chronic condition. In an effort to share the mission of DSMA with the community, we decided to offer DSMA Live, DSMA en Vivo and DSMA Live: Parents Talk empower,connect, support people affected by diabetes. Monday (bi-weekly) at 9 PM EST: DSMA Live: Parents Talk Tuesday (bi-weekly) at 9 PM EST: DSMA en Vivo Thursday at 9 PM EST: DSMA Live DSMA Live: Parents ('Rents) Talk, DSMA en Vivo and DSMA Live is provided by Diabetes Community Advocacy Foundation (DCAF).

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Howard Look of Tidepool.org talks with DSMALive 'Rents about connecting our diabetes data and lives. What is Tidepool you ask? Solid question. They are an open source, not for profit, developer of diabetes software that reduces the burden of living with type 1 diabetes. From their site: Giving data a home and you the keys. Right now, we're living in the dark. Without constant, real-time, accessible information about what's happening inside our bodies—we're left guessing. But when the stakes are this high, guessing isn't good enough. We don't need averages, we need specifics. We need a way to connect the dots. Join us and find out how Tidepool connect dots. Howard Look is President, CEO and Founder of Tidepool. Previously, Howard was on the founder's team at TiVo where as VP of Software and User Experience he led the efforts that made TiVo as easy to use as it was disruptive. He was also VP of Software at Pixar, where he led the team developing Pixar's proprietary film-making system, and at Amazon where he ran a secret software project to develop devices that leverage cloud services. At Linden Lab, he led the team that delivered the open-sourced Second Life Viewer 2.0 project. Howard has a BS in Computer Engineering from Carnegie Mellon University. His teenage daughter has T1D.
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On-Demand Episodes

DSMA en Vivo con Mila Ferrer, Christina Rodriguez, Beatriz Dominguez

Mike Sevilla, MD is a community based Family Physician in Salem, Ohio. He has been a national speaker on the topics of social media and Family Medicine and has the website "DrMikeSevilla.com." He has also been interviewed on the... more

'Rents with Tina Ghosn From her recent Blog Post: The Green Bracelet Post We now officially have 3 kids and all 3 kids have Type1 diabetes. I don't know why. People will ask lots of questions that I don't know the answers to. They already... more

Join Cherise, Scott and George and special guest Max "Mr. Divabetic" Szadek, Founder, Executive Director, and Host of Diva TalkRadio.

Únete a Mila Ferrer, Christina Rodríguez y Bea Dominguez en la conversación acerca de la crianza de un niño con diabetes con Jimmy Ferrer.

Join Cherise, Scott and George as they have a candid conversation with Heather Gabel, Adminstrative and programs assistant for the Diabetes Hands Foundation, blogger and diabetes advocate.

DSMA Live: Parents Talk with Lorriane and a guest host Penny will be chatting with Bennet Dunlap. Bennet is scheduled to be a on a panel at the DIABETES TECHNOLOGY SOCIETY: "Verifying the Performance of Blood Glucose... more

Kerri is a Kinesiology and Applied Health student living on the Canadian Prairies. Creator of the term 'badassmatic', she lives with asthma and a strong desire to own chronic disease. Though a big fan of the Diabetes Online Community,... more

DSMA en Vivo!

Join Cherise, Scott and George as they have a candid discussion with Ellica Church, Development and Marketing Manager for Diabetes Sisters. Ellica was diagnosed with Type 1 diabetes in January 2006; she was determined that... more

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