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Basal Insulin Analogues

This content area has two courses focused on Basal Insulin Analogues. One is targeted at Primary Care Physicians and the other at Diabetes specialists. Courses are open to all site visitors, you only need to register once and you will have access to all 3 Content areas and 10 courses. 

Each course is divided in different content modules that will be published along the coming months. Some of these modules are webcasts, case studies, articles, roundtable discussions or animated tables. After each module you will have a short quiz.


  • Basal Insulin Analogues for Primary Care Physicians

    for Primary Care Physicians

    In this course, you will learn about the importance of tight glycaemic control for the prevention of long-term complications and learn to differentiate between the various insulin treatments based on their duration of action. The course will provide the rationale and safety profile for new basal insulin analogues used to control HbA1c and help you identify and manage patients for whom this treatment would be a viable option. Sign up to the E-Alert to be updated on all new publications.

  • Basal Insulin Analogues for Diabetes Specialists

    for Diabetes Specialists

    In this course, you will learn about the importance of tight glycaemic control for the prevention of long-term complications and explore the differences between various insulin treatments. The course will provide the rationale and safety profile for new basal insulin analogues used to control HbA1c and help you identify and manage patients for whom this treatment would be a viable option.


Courses are now online!

Register for the Insulin Educational program and start any available content whenever you want. You can sign up to the E-alert list to be notified when new courses or course modules are uploaded.


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