Full Course Description
- Specify diagnostic criteria for Diabetes Mellitus and different diagnoses.
- Evaluate Metabolic syndrome and the three H’s: Hyperglycemia, Hyperlipidemia and Hypertension.
- Categorize the symptoms of Hyperglycemia & Hypoglycemia.
- Prescribe insulin, other injectable diabetes medications and oral anti-diabetes medications.
- Calculate basal/bolus dosing of insulin administration including various insulin administration schedules to achieve optimal control.
- Perform motivational techniques to assist patients for optimal control of their diabetes.
- Integrate nutrition and label reading to facilitate patient behavioral changes.
- Physiology of Diabetes
- Classifications of Diabetes
- Type 1
- Type 2
- Type 3? - Future Classifications
- Maturity-Onset Diabetes of the Young (MODY)
- Chronic Disease-induced
- Cost of Diabetes
- Progression of Diabetes
- Identify Pre-diabetes
- Beta Cell Function
- Acute Complications
- Chronic Complications
- Implement Interventions
- Screening for Diabetes
- S/S of Insulin Resistance
- Gestational Diabetes Mellitus (GDM) and Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome (PCOS)
- BMI Greater than 85% in Children
- BMI Greater than 25% in Adults
- Chronic Diseases/Stress-Induced
- Diagnosis: ADA Criteria for Diagnosis
- Future Diagnosis of Diabetes
- Treatment Goals: Landmark Studies
- Monitoring: Annual Goals
- Management Options
- Correct Medication
- Correct Dosage
- Correct Time
- Normalizing BG
- Insulins (charts)
- Insulin Delivery Systems
- Insulin Pumps
- Pattern Management
- Basal rate 1800/1500 rule
- Bolus rate 500/450 rule
- Inhalable Insulins
- Oral Agents for Type 2 Diabetes
- AADE7 Self-Care Behaviors for Treatment
- Healthy Eating
- Being Active
- Taking Medication
- Problem Solving
- Healthy Coping
- Reducing Risks
- Assessing Readiness for Change
- Potential Problems
- Prioritize evidenced-based recommendations for multiple diagnoses.
- Determine best practice guidelines for nutritional management of patients with co-morbidities.
- Consider the value of laboratory data to assess patient’s nutritional status.
- Incorporate strategies to resolve difficulties with patient compliance.
- Evaluate common reasons patients may be reluctant to fully engage in change.
- Practice the four-step process of motivational interviewing.
- Perform multiple motivational interventions, techniques, and strategies.
The Complex Patient Assessment
NPG Rating System
Meal Planning Strategies by Diagnosis
Dietary Modifications for:
FODMAPS and more….
Addressing Behavior & Attitude Key Motivational Interviewing Strategies
Goal Setting Methods
Identifying Patient Barriers to Change
Stimulus Control of Behavior
Stages of Change
Transtheoretical Model (TTM)
Keys to Successful Behavior Change
Top 9 Psychosocial Factors that “Make or Break” Behavior Change
Critical Design Features for Interventions & Teaching
Avoiding Common Breakers to Patient Rapport
Integrating Patient Life Variables into ALL Interventions