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T1D Rise of the Machines Northern Ireland on Saturday 16th May 2020
Please note, this event has been postponed until 10th Oct 2020.
Technology continues to transform the lives of people with Type 1 Diabetes over the whole of Ireland! Following on from the successes of T1D Rise of the Machines in the UK, Belfast is now having its own event. T1DRotM will be looking at yet more developments, commercial and patient-driven innovations.
Named ticket entry only; attendance is FREE and open to anyone with T1D and their carers. Registration is from 9.15 a.m. when our sponsor stands open. Talks start at 10:00
A limited number of tickets have been reserved for Health Care Professionals; please email jane.bassham@T1DRotM.co.uk if this applies to you.
Each individual needs to complete registration and obtain an individually named ticket. It is important to fill in all fields when booking a place.
If you are helping or speaking please don't book a ticket; a ticket will be emailed to you. If you think we may not have your correct address please contact us.
There will be refreshments throughout the day and a light lunch is provided which will include vegetarian options. If you have any other dietary requirement please let us know and we will do our best to meet your need.
Please recognise that by booking you are committing to attend.
Sometimes emails are wrongly classified by your provider as junk, if your ticket fails to arrive please look into this.
If your circumstances change, please let jane.bassham@T1DRotm.co.uk so your ticket can be reallocated to the waiting list.
Many thanks for your interest and we look forward to seeing you on the 16th May.
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