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Blood glucose control in T2D: early, proactive intervention and how to optimise patient outcomes

Speciality Classification
General Practice ( GP ) / Family Medicine
Location
Online
Delivery
Online
Duration
1 hour
Provider
MDBriefCase

This continuing medical education program is designed to provide general practitioners with an up-to-date approach to the management of diabetes, with the aim of optimising outcomes for their patients. The program has an emphasis on the role of DPP4 inhibitors, and their place in the 2020 Australian Diabetes Society and RACGP type 2 diabetes management algorithm.

Sponsor statement

This program is supported by an independent educational grant provided by MSD.

Accreditation

This Active Learning Module has been approved by RACGP CPD Program for 2 CPD points.

Activity no. 215562

Members are able to claim CPD activity points for 2 points through 'Quick log' on their RACGP CPD Dashboard.

Faculty

Dr Gary Deed

MBBS, MRACGP

Dr Ivan Kuo

MBBS, FRACP, Endocrinologist

Learning Objectives

Upon completion of this continuing education program participants will be better able to:

  • Describe the importance of early and proactive glycaemic management
  • Optimise patient outcomes by increasing vigilance around timely monitoring of HbA1c and early and proactive treatment escalation
  • Identify clinical and patient factors that can impact the efficacy of a glucose-lowering medicine to reduce HbA1c
  • Implement shared decision making strategies to select the most appropriate glucose-lowering regimen for individual patients with type 2 diabetes
Delivery
Title
Blood glucose control in T2D: early, proactive intervention and how to optimise patient outcomes
Interest Areas / Topics Covered
Diabetes
Location
Provider Type
Education Provider
Duration
1 hour
CPD Points
2
Price
Free
Location
Online
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