CONTINUING MEDICAL EDUCATION

AN ENGAGING & ENTERTAINING VIRTUAL CME EXPERIENCE
For Healthcare Professionals from Around the World

Making the Connection Between Patients and Providers, Virtual Edition: A Comprehensive Strategy on the Modern Management of Type 1 and Type 2 Diabetes

The ultimate goal of this virtual CME conference is to educate caregivers and clinicians about the most effective cutting-edge strategies to help patients with type 1 and type 2 diabetes reach their treatment goals and avoid the associated acute and chronic complications. With an interactive and engaging format, these aren’t your typical CME lectures. We have an entertaining lineup of expert speakers (many who live with diabetes themselves) answering your questions live all day long, and the opportunity to network with healthcare professionals from around the world.

 Making The Connection Deep Dive Series: An Immersive Discussion With The Experts

When it comes to treating your patients with diabetes, there are major areas of focus that all healthcare providers should know. While emerging treatment methods are a big topic of discussion, including new medications and their cardio-renal effects, and the broadening implementation of telehealth appointments, there are also core issues that are as important as ever, including the prevention and detection of diabetes complications and addressing poor glycemic control. Drs. Edelman and Pettus, along with a lively panel of diabetes experts—unique to each discussion–are taking a deep dive into the most important and impactful diabetes treatment strategies, drawing on their real-life experience to help you help your patients better manage their diabetes.

Advances in Assessing and Treating Severe Hypoglycemia in Practice:
Severe Hypoglycemia is Still a Serious and Significant Problem in Both Type 1 and Type 2 Diabetes

Severe Hypoglycemia is still a serious and significant problem in persons with type 1 and type 2 diabetes treated with sulfonylureas and/or insulin. Providers can help to identify, prevent and address this problem by assessing patients at risk. Avoidance is the first step and being prepared with the best rescue therapies is essential for rapid recovery. We’re taking a deep dive into what you need to know to address hypos in your patients with diabetes.

What Do “Ultra-Rapid” Acting Insulins Really Look Like? A Deep Dive in the Latest and Most Effective Insulin Strategies to Improve Time in Range

Ongoing adjustment of mealtime insulin has been a significant clinical challenge in people living with type 1 diabetes and those with type 2 diabetes requiring insulin—but ultra-rapid acting insulins can address this important unmet need in diabetes management. Join Drs. Edelman and Pettus as they discuss the real-world application of ultra-rapid acting insulins and ask them questions live to help your patients improve their time and range.