IDF World Diabetes Congress 2009
The IDF Congress is a core activity of the Federation, offering a global platform to discuss a broad range of diabetes issues, from latest scientific advances to cutting-edge information on education, diabetes care, advocacy and awareness. Participants include physicians, scientists, nurses, educators and other healthcare professionals, as well as government representatives, policy makers, people with diabetes, IDF members and media.
The IDF Congress is held every two years in a different location around the world, from its first congress held in Leiden, the Netherlands, in 1952. The number of participants has grown from a few hundred to over 12,000 delegates from 180 countries.
IDF congress information: https://www.idf.org/our-activities/congress.html