Over time, hyperglycaemia can result in damage to the nerves, with severe consequences for health – not just in the feet but all over the body. This course looks at diabetic neuropathy in all its forms.
As the incidence of type 2 diabetes continues to explode worldwide, this course gets to grips with the maladapted process at its heart: insulin resistance.
Therapeutic inertia has been implicated as a significant contributory factor in suboptimal diabetes management. This course uses a Q&A format to explore the phenomenon, with particular focus on primary care.
This course highlights how important an understanding of diabetes in phenotypic terms is to the pursuit of patient-centred care and precision medicine.
This course gives you the tools you need to identify and treat diabetic ketoacidosis (DKA) and to support your patients in avoiding this potentially life-threatening complication.
This course has been created to introduce you to time in range, a new concept in glycaemic management that challenges the role of HbA1c.
An introduction to the American Diabetes Association (ADA) and European Association for the Study of Diabetes (EASD) 2018 consensus report and its 2019 update.