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We've changed the way you complete courses

In response to user feedback we have simplified the way courses can be completed.

Until now you needed to complete the topics and modules in order, from start to finish. But from today you can complete them in any order you wish.

Just visit any topic that interests you, and when you are ready mark it as completed by clicking the green 'Mark complete' button at the bottom of the page.

Once you have completed all of the topics in a module an assessment will be provided for you.

Complete all the assessments to finish the course.

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Glucose monitoring has evolved significantly and now allows people with diabetes to use continuous glucose monitoring to help manage their condition. While measurement of HbA1c has been the traditional method for assessing glycaemic control and is still the gold standard, it does not reflect intra- and inter-day glycaemic excursions that may lead to acute events such as hypoglycaemia or postprandial hyperglycaemia, which have been linked to both microvascular and macrovascular complications. Time in range, the percentage of time that a patient is within the glycaemic range of 70 to 180 mg/dL, represents a new concept as a patient-relevant outcome parameter of glucose monitoring beyond HbA1c. This module focusses on time in range as being an appropriate clinical endpoint in diabetes research and a measure of glycaemic control in patients as well as exploring trial data of time in range and the development of vascular complications in people with diabetes.

Once enrolled on a course you can access the content in any order you wish, simply browse the course using the ‘CONTENT AND YOUR PROGRESS’ section on this page.

If at any time you need help finding the next step to complete just click the green tick in the bottom right of the screen for directions.

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