Full Course Description


The Ultimate One-Day Diabetes Course

OUTLINE

Pathophysiology and Diagnostic Criteria

  • Type 1 Diabetes and Subtypes
  • Metabolic Syndrome
  • Type 2 Diabetes
  • Diabetes in pregnancy

Obesity and Sedentary Lifestyle

  • Diagnostic Criteria for Obesity – BMI
  • Central Adiposity – Pathophysiology for Cardiovascular Risk
    • Lipid disturbance
    • Prothrombotic state

ADA Clinical Guidelines for Treatment

  • Algorithms for Treatment
    • Lifestyle change
    • Medication use
    • Lab monitoring
    • Recognition and prevention of complications

Medications

  • Pharmacology/Mechanism of Action of Each Medication Class
  • “Add on” Progression
    • Oral medications
    • Non-insulin injectables
    • Insulin regimens – including basal/bolus insulin

Risk Reduction

  • Signs, Symptoms and Diagnostic Criteria for:
    • Acute complications: DKA, HHS
    • Chronic complications:
      • Nephropathy
      • Retinopathy
      • Neuropathy
      • Cardiovascular Disease

AADE7™ Healthy Behaviors for Diabetes Self-Management

  • Healthy Eating
  • Being Active
  • Monitoring
  • Taking Medication
  • Problem Solving
  • Healthy Coping
  • Reducing Risks

OBJECTIVES

  • Summarize an overview of Diabetes Mellitus and its impact both locally and nationally.
  • Discuss the pathophysiology and diagnosis of: Type 1 diabetes, metabolic syndrome and glucose intolerance, Type 2 diabetes, and gestational diabetes.
  • Assess obesity and sedentary lifestyle, and their impact on insulin resistance and cardiovascular risk.
  • Discuss the ADA Clinical Guidelines for diabetes treatment and treatment goals.
  • Compare the use of oral medications, injectables and insulin regimens in helping to meet treatment goals.
  • Explain the AADE7™ “Behavior Goals” in education for self-management of diabetes.
  • Determine ways to reduce risk through the recognition and prevention of acute and chronic complications of diabetes.

 

Copyright : 05/15/2015

Motivational Interviewing in Diabetes & Chronic Conditions: An Evidence-Based Approach to Patient Behavior Change. Live demonstrations with Stephen Rollnick, PhD

OUTLINE

Live demonstration, debrief and discussion will be used to address these questions:

Why Motivational Interviewing (MI)?

  • Why is this approach to behavior change useful in teaching “difficult” patients on lifestyle change?
  • What usually happens in brief consultations about lifestyle change and medication use?  The “Righting Reflex” and other challenges.
  • Helping patients to harness their own motivation for change.
  • The evidence base for MI

What does it look like in a healthcare practice?

  • Getting alongside patients as they make decisions: the “spirit of MI”.
  • Rapid engagement & a 20% rule.
  • A new framework for practice: engage, focus, evoke and plan.
  • Addressing obesity, smoking cessation, alcohol/drug abuse, exercise and uncontrolled diabetes.

Getting yourself into gear

  • Slowing your pace down
  • Adjusting your attitude and style
  • The skills involved

OBJECTIVES

  • Describe what typically happens in consultations about lifestyle change and medication use.
  • Explain why and how motivational interviewing can fit into everyday practice.
  • Develop several of the skills involved and the changes you can make in practice.

Program Information

Objectives

  • Describe what typically happens in consultations about lifestyle change and medication use.
  • Explain why and how motivational interviewing can fit into everyday practice.
  • Develop several of the skills involved and the changes you can make in practice.

Copyright : 09/04/2014