The American Diabetes Association, Eighth Edition | 10 CPEU
Type 1 diabetes is a complex disease that affects every aspect of a patient's life, often beginning from a very young age. Health-care professionals are tasked with creating individualized, flexible treatment plans to optimize blood glucose control while accounting for diabetes complications, psychosocial factors, and the developmental stage of each patient. This course, based on the updated 8th edition of Medical Management of Type 1 Diabetes presents the latest guidelines for the comprehensive management of this disease and practical strategies to improve patient outcomes. Features:
Developments in insulin administration, pump therapy, and continuous glucose monitoring;
Details about adjunctive therapies in type 1 diabetes;
Information on the management and prevention of complications; and
Protocols on diabetes self-management education and support and psychosocial care.
Create individualized, flexible treatment plans to optimize blood glucose control.
Implement management strategies appropriate for developmental stages.
Assimilate the latest guidelines for the comprehensive management of type 1 diabetes.
Continuing Education Info Professionally accepted for continuing education. View info. This course is also accepted by the Commission on Dietetic Registration and may be used towards the continuing professional education unit (CPEU) requirement for dietetic professionals (RDNs & NDTRs).