DIABETES…Alarming Increases, Devastating Costs, Crippling the Future of America! Every time you watch the news it confirms that you are caring for today’s most common and most complicated patients. The prevention and treatment guidelines seem to change constantly, the patients are getting younger and sicker and you are busier than ever! Are you left wondering how you can make a difference in your patients’ lives?
Expert Mary Ann Rosa works directly with the most challenging patients with diabetes and understands how difficult it is to manage this complex disease. Attend this seminar and increase your understanding of the latest treatment guidelines and pharmacologic interventions. Mary Ann will provide strategies to optimize patient outcomes and practical tips you can use to educate and empower your patients. Don’t miss this opportunity to improve the care you provide to patients with diabetes.
Blood Glucose Pattern Analysis
Individualized Glycemic Treatment Goals
When to Transition to Insulin
Management Strategies for Acute Complications
Addressing Special Populations
Putting it All Together
NOTE: Tuition includes one free CE Certificate (participant will be able to print the certificate of completion after completing and passing the on-line post-test evaluation).
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The National Certification Board for Diabetes Educators recognizes courses sponsored by a CDR approved provider. This self-study course qualifies for 6.0 continuing education hours.
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Mary Ann Rosa, MSN, GNP-BC, CDE, DNP-S, has over 18 years working with patients, managing patients with cardiac disease and diabetes, and educating clinicians to decrease readmissions and improve outcomes. She is currently an Associate Professor of Nursing for Queens borough Community College, a certified gerontological nurse practitioner, and a certified diabetes educator. As a nurse
practitioner, Mary Ann has experience in a cardiac angioplasty program, private practice, extended care, and in program development. She co-developed and implemented a community diabetes disease management program, developed and implemented a community heart failure disease management program, and implemented a Telehealth program all for NSLIJ, the third largest health system in the
US. She has presented locally at numerous events including post-graduate medicine, long- term care facilities, many hospitals and universities, and nationally on diabetes and heart failure disease management including the National Association of Home Care Annual Conference, the NLN Summit, and the NLN Technology Conference. Mary Ann is a published author with articles in Home Healthcare Nurse including; "How a Heart Failure Home Care Disease Management Program Makes a Difference" and “The Interdisciplinary Development of a Diabetes Disease Management Program.”
Financial: Mary Ann Rosa is an Assistant Professor at Queensborough Community College. She has an employment relationship with NorthShore – LIJ Home Care Network. She receives a speaking honorarium from PESI, Inc.
Non-Financial: Mary Ann Rosa has no relevant non-financial relationships to disclose.
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