Diabetes


Online Activities

T2DM in the Workplace: Improving Employee Health, Safety, and Productivity

Program Type

This new webcourse is designed to improve the ability of occupational physicians to dispense guideline-driven type 2 diabetes management strategies to match employees' individual needs and work demands.
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Evolving Treatments for patients with Type 2 Diabetes: Current Guidelines and Emerging Therapeutic Decision-Making

Program Type

This program is designed to bridge the gap between clinicians' current understanding of the role of guidelines, HbA1c targets, and incretin therapies in T2DM management, and support the confident application of that knowledge in clinical practice to help more patients safely reach target goals.
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A PATIENT-TAILORED APPROACH TO T2DM: A Case-Based Look at Individualizing Therapies–Monograph

Program Type

This AOA-accredited activity provides DOs with important new information on the updated American Diabetes Association diagnostic criteria to help them make patient-oriented therapeutic decisions based on the safety and efficacy of the treatment regimen, as well as a patient’s presentation, preference, and risks for hypoglycemia and cardiovascular events.
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OVERCOMING CLINICAL CHALLENGES TO ACHIEVE STRICT GLUCOSE CONTROL IN T2DM: THE GROWING ROLE OF INCRETIN-BASED THERAPY

Program Type

This AOA-certified webcourse, intended for osteopathic physicians, explains the mechanisms of action of available incretin-based therapies and discusses their place in the treatment algorithm for diabetes management.
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