Refresh your knowledge of diabetes diagnosis, treatment, risks, complications and considerations for specific populations in this webcast series available to AAFP members.
Note: Completion of full module in one sitting required to receive CME credit.
Module 1: Assessment and Diagnosis of Diabetes
Review diabetes patient assessment and counsel, including long-term effects and lifestyle choices for successful management.
Module 1 CME credit: 1.25
Time to complete: 70 minutes
Module 2: Diabetes Treatment and Interventions
Learn to develop patient-appropriate treatment plans, monitor progress, and patient compliance.
Module 2 CME credit: .75
Time to complete: 46 minutes
Module 3: Pharmacologic Management of Diabetes
Understand appropriate medication utilization for patients with diabetes, including ADA clinical practice recommendations and patient population factors.
Module 3 CME credit: 1.00
Time to complete: 58 minutes
Module 4: Cardiometabolic Risk in Diabetes
Recognize and treat multiple cardiometabolic risk factors in diabetes, including lifestyle, dyslipidemia, hypertension, and more. Uncover strategies to address risks with patients.
Module 4 CME credit: 1.25
Time to complete: 75 minutes
Module: 5 Hypertension and Microvascular Disease in Diabetes
Review clinical guidelines and manifestations of microvascular complications. Identify risk reduction techniques to share with patients.
Module 5 CME credit: 1.00
Time to complete: 66 minutes
Module 6: Other Populations, Special Situations, and Complications
Learn to evaluate and treat cardiovascular disease, osteoporosis, and skin and oral manifestations in special diabetes populations.
Module 6 CME credit: .75
Time to complete: 50 minutes
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Diabetes and Associated Complications