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August 22, 2019 Stay safe while driving with type 1 diabetes

In this webinar, Dr. Anne Kenshole and Sgt. Murray Campbell will provide some insight into what happens when you have a low while driving and provide practical tips to stay safe.

They will cover:

  • The science behind low blood sugars and driving
  • What you need to know to when driving with type 1 from a legal perspective

With this information, you should have all the information you need to be an informed driver living with type 1 diabetes.

Dr. Anne Kenshole trained in the United Kingdom and initially planned to come to Canada for 3 weeks and yet, 50 years later she is still here. Dr. Kenshole has a special interest in Type 1 diabetes and continues to be impressed by the way people live so well with it.

Sgt. Murray Campbell is the supervisor of traffic services for the Toronto police. He manages a platoon of traffic investigators, accident reconstructionists, drug recognition experts and breathalyser technicians who check people for impaired driving. Sgt. Campbell is the lead investigator on all serious, life threatening and collisions involving death. Sgt. Campbell has been living with type 1 diabetes for 32 years and was on a regiment of multiple daily injections for 20+ years and for the last 10 years, been on an insulin pump.