Earn up to 15.0 CE Hours, including up to 2.0 pharmacology CE hours!
When you work with diabetic patients, you are dealing with a complex condition that will never go away.
And without effective management, the long-term outcomes can be devastating. If you fail to help your patients manage their symptoms, they can lose their vision, their limbs, even their lives.
What’s more, progress can be fleeting. Your patient may have a good visit… then a disappointing one. Between A1C fluctuations, financial worries, lifestyle changes, co-morbidities, new technology, and other challenges, it’s easy for patients and healthcare providers alike to get overwhelmed.
You need the most current guidance and the latest evidence to help keep your patients' blood glucose under control and prevent negative outcomes.
That's why we put together this 2-day training presented by renowned diabetes experts Jennifer Okemah, MS, RDN, CSSD, BC-ADM, CDCES
, and Tracey Long, PhD, MS, MSN, RN, APRN-BC, CDCES, CNE, CCRN, COI
. You’ll get clinical insights from years of practice, along with essential updates, straight from the August ADCES conference
- How to decode the mystery of closed-loop pump settings
- The most valuable patient tools for tracking nutrition
- New recommendations for oral and injectable medications
- Simple approaches for minimizing and preventing complications… such as retinopathy, cardiovascular, dermopathies, and more
- Patient education strategies that empower people to make healthier choices — without overwhelming or discouraging them
- Live technology demonstrations of the newest pumps and CGMs
- And much, much more!
Register now to claim your spot.
Includes practical clinical guidance on the latest evidence,
newest clinical practice recommendations, and technology demos.
Who should attend?
Nurse Practitioners, Advanced Practice Nurses, Physician Assistants, Dietitians, Certified Diabetes Care and Education Specialists, Lifestyle Medicine Diplomates, and all others who deliver diabetes care in acute, primary, and community-based care settings.