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Insulin Educational Programme

13 Online courses in 4 content areas

This global education programme contains 13 courses covering 4 content areas. You only need to register once to the programme and you can access all courses and contents for free. Each course has several content modules including webcasts, interviews, roundtable discussions and free full text articles. You will be prompted to do an assessment at the begining of each course and a short quiz after each content to measure your knowledge progression.

Basal Insulin Analogues

  • For Diabetes Specialists

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    For Primary Care Physicians

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  • Individualized Patient Management: The Use of Conventional and New Longer-Acting Basal Insulin Analogues

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New Fixed Ratio Basal-Bolus Insulin Combination Therapy

Basal Insulin GLP-1 RA Combination Therapy

  • Unmet Needs and Rationale for Combination Therapies

    For Diabetes Specialists

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    For Primary Care Physicians

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  • Efficacy and Safety

    For Diabetes Specialists

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    For Primary Care Physicians

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  • Convenience, Compliance and Overcoming Clinical Inertia 

    For Diabetes Specialists

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    For Primary Care Physicians

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  • Individualized Patient Management: The Role of New Basal Insulin–GLP-1 RA Combination Therapy

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New Ultra-Fast-Acting Insulin Analogues

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  • Webcast and infographic on: the rationale behind the need for ultra-fast-acting insulin analogues; post-prandial blood glucose (PPG) control; and recommended guidelines. Article set selected by the editors; accompanied by summary slides.

  • Webcast, roundtable, and animated e-learning on: the efficacy and safety of ultra-fast-acting insulins; achieving optimal glycaemic control; and the evolution of insulin analogues available for pump-use. Article set selected by the editors; accompanied by summary slides.

  • Roundtable, interactive case study, and infographic on: suitable insulin analogues for pump-use; the benefits of using pump versus multiple daily injections (MDI); and differences between rapid- and ultra-fast-acting insulin analogues in pump therapy. Article set selected by the editors; accompanied by summary slides.

  • Journal Club Roundtable for Primary Care Physicians

     

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  • Journal Club Roundtable for Diabetes Specialists

     

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