Who, what and why
The EASD has a long and proud history of postgraduate education and the organisation is delighted now to be able to offer online learning as part of this. We are building a suite of e-learning modules designed to educate, inform and engage healthcare professionals around the world.
The wide range of diabetes modules that populate this platform have been designed with the help of international experts in the field of diabetes. They combine innovative multimedia and challenging knowledge checks to help you learn more about this fast-moving area of healthcare and research.
Check out ‘Horizons’, a new section on our site with blogs, news, interviews, videocasts, podcasts and diary dates to help you keep up-to-date with all things diabetes-related.
Stay safe and keep informed
How do you continue to deliver quality diabetes care during a pandemic? Why are so many of your patients at such high risk of severe infection? And what do non-diabetes specialists caring for people with diabetes in hospital need to know?
To help you get to grips with these and many other questions in this new pandemic era, EASD e-Learning has created a new section on its site, providing you with short, accessible learning from leading experts to help you and your patients stay safe and keep informed. Watch these films to learn more.
“Working with the EASD's e-learning team to create a number of different modules on type 1 diabetes from the pathogenesis of the disease to how SGLT-2 inhibitors can work effectively in some patients with the condition has been great. It gave us the opportunity to create innovative and engaging free to access content in many different aspects of type 1 diabetes from basic research to cutting edge clinical trials”
Professor Chantal Mathieu, Belgium
“In a fast paced field like diabetes, it is vital that a trusted name like EASD is offering innovative e-learning modules that are designed to allow people working in the area from around the world a free resource to keep abreast of new research, guidelines and recommendations including the ADA/EASD original consensus report on the management of hyperglycaemia in type 2 diabetes as well as the 2019 update”
Professor Melanie Davies, UK
“Keeping current with all of the developments in the world of diabetes and cardiovascular disease can be difficult. It's been a pleasure to work with the EASD's e-learning team to provide a hub of online modules that are constantly being updated to give you a free, one-stop shop with all the recent research results and what they mean for the treatment of your patients both now and in the future”
Professor Miles Fisher, UK