Diabetes Medicine Management 23 April 2021 GP2109

The course provides an update on the latest treatment options in the management of diabetes in general practice. Suitable for healthcare professionals working  in primary care , enabling effective management  of diabetic patients using an evidence-informed and patient-centered approach.

Who can Attend:

This course is suitable for general practitioners, community clinicians,  practice nurses, diabetic nurses and pharmacists who undertake medication reviews or treatment planning for diabetic patients.

Session Aims

This session aims to update your knowledge of current treatment options for diabetes.

Session Objective

Review historic practices in management of diabetes in primary care

Developing templates and care plans for diabetes reviews

Diabetes medication reviews

Changing therapy and subsequent monitoring

Audits and QOF in diabetes medicine management

Content

  • Current treatment options available in the UK
  • Monitoring diabetes in primary care and the community
  • An overview of insulins
  • Oral therapy
  • Other treatment options for diabetes
  • QOF and diabetes audit

Delegates Receive:

  • Online access to to the course resources and handouts
  • Live, interactive zoom session
  • 3 hours of CPD learning.

*** This is a live, interactive zoom session

Lecturer: Gill Dunn, Specialist Diabetes Nurse

You will be sent the zoom login one day before the course.

It is recommended you attend the Introduction to Diabetes course if you are new to practice.

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