Diabetes Academy – What’s New in Diabetes?
- : Online
Diabetes management is rapidly evolving. Recent large randomized controlled cardiovascular outcome trials have provided the evidence for the introduction of a variety of new classes of medications available for use for people with type 2 diabetes. Advances in technology including the use of continuous glucose monitoring devices and insulin pumps are improving outcomes for people with type 1 diabetes.
This e-learning course provides an evidence-based update for clinicians on the novel medications and emerging technologies available to improve outcomes in people with diabetes. Clinical case studies using video vignettes and multiple-choice questions are designed to optimise comprehension and learning.DESIGNED FOR
The course is suitable for clinicians working in the field of diabetes, including GPs, physician trainees, endocrinologists, endocrinology trainees, practice nurses, diabetes nurse educators, general physicians, pharmacists, dietitians, allied health professionals and students.
- Tutorial 1: Essentials of Diabetes Care
- Tutorial 2: GLP1 Analogues
- Tutorial 3: SGLT2 Inhibitors
- Tutorial 4: DPPIV Inhibitors
- Tutorial 5: Update on Insulin Pump Therapy
- Tutorial 6: Update on Continuous Glucose Monitoring
- Tutorial 7: Diabetes in Pregnancy
- Tutorial 8: Diabetes and Hypertension
- Tutorial 9: Hyperlipidaemia in Diabetes
- Tutorial 10: New Insulins
The assessment is submission of all unit self-assessments and 22 case studies.
A Certificate of Completion is provided upon satisfactory completing of the course.
A/Prof Elif Ekinci
MBBS, FRACP, PhD
- Dr Sandra Neoh, MBBS (Hons), B.Med Sci, FRACP, MPhil
- Dr Scott Baker, MBBS, BMedSci, FRACP, PhD
- Dr Fiona Lee, MBBS, FRACP, MD
- Simone Patterson, RN CDE MNP
- Fran Brown, RN CDE
- Dr Felicity Pyrlis, MBBS, FRACP
- Dr Christine Houlihan, MBBS,FRACP,MD
- Dr Renata Lubianto, MBBS, BMedSci
- Dr Melody Cheung, MBBS (Hons)
- Dr Sarah Price, MBBS (hons), FRACP
- Dr Niloufar Torkamani
- A/Prof Shane Hamblin MBBS (Hons) FRACP Medicine
This course is online and you can commence anytime. You can complete this course in your own timeframe and most students will formally finish the course within a 12 month period. Once you have registered for the course, you will have lifetime access to the course content.