Practical Management of Diabetes: A four part module
Instructions: This educational activity is set up in four modules with a post- test/evaluation at the end of each one which you must complete and submit to receive credit. If a passing grade is achieved, you will receive a certificate of credit (for physicians) or a certificate of completion (for non-physicians).
Name of Presentation
|Module 1||Evolution of Diabetes Part 1|
|Module 3||Treatment of Diabetes Part 1 (Oral Agents)
|Module 4||Treatment of Diabetes Part 2 (Injectables)|
- Patient Support & Recipes DLife
- Patient Education and Lifestyle Advice
- National Diabetes Information Clearinghouse
- Diabetes Algorithms
Joseph Aloi, MDAssociate Professor of Internal Medicine Clinical DirectorStrelitz Diabetes CenterEastern Virginia Medical SchoolNorfolk, Virginia
Anke Hacker, MDDepartment of Internal Medicine Eastern Virginia Medical School
Masoumeh Kiamanesh, MDDepartment of Family and Community MedicineEastern Virginia Medical School
ACCREDITATION: Eastern Virginia Medical School is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education to provide continuing medical education for physicians.
CREDIT DESIGNATION: Eastern Virginia Medical School designates this enduring activity for a maximum of 4.0 AMA PRA Category 1 CreditsTM. Physicians should only claim credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.
This CME activity was planned and produced in accordance with the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education Essential Areas, Elements, and policies.
Date of Release: March 1, 2012
Date of Expiration: February 28, 2015
Target Audience: All primary care physicians and allied health professionals treating patients with diabetes.
Acknowledgement: This educational activity was made possible through a generous grant by the Obici Healthcare Foundation.
Needs: The prevalence of diabetes has approximately doubled since 1995. Virginia prevalence rate trends have paralleled U.S. trends.In the last couple of years, the rates have been almost identical. Diabetes mortality rates vary by geographic region with the Southwest and Central regions of Virginia suffer the greatest mortality from diabetes.
Disclosures: Dr. Joseph Aloi, Dr. Anke Hacker and Dr. Masoumeh Kiamanesh have all disclosed that there are no relevant financial relationships which could influencethis educational activity.