Exhibitor Focus: Diabetes Knowledge in Practice
DPC2018 exhibitor Diabetes Knowledge in Practice introduces its wide range of free, online educational content for HCPs involved in diabetes care
What does your company do?
Diabetes Knowledge in Practice is an online platform, which includes a set of free learning modules that explore theoretical and practical aspects of diabetes – including current treatment strategies, unmet needs and future perspectives. All educational content has been CME-accredited and accreditation information is available before each activity.
We have a vast array of educational content, all of which is suitable for any HCP in the field of diabetes:
- Insulin eLearning
Cutting-edge education on insulin therapy and patient support techniques This educational programme is designed to summarise global guidance across all levels of diabetes care. From fundamental pathophysiology to addressing post-prandial glucose, these e-learning modules will allow you to both consolidate existing knowledge and discover global guidance in managing type 1 and type 2 diabetes.
- GLP-1 RAs eLearning
Comprehensive guidance on the role of GLP-1 RAs in type 2 diabetes care. In the new era of individualised diabetes care, where do GLP-1 receptor agonists (RAs) fit? These interactive modules summarise international recommendations, including clinical decision-making and addressing adverse events.
- Journal clubs
Regular interactive discussions with leading experts on recent publications. Chaired by Professor David Matthews, these engaging, interactive discussions place you in direct contact with the authors of novel publications. Hear highlights direct from the lead authors and learn how new evidence will impact practice.
- CME in a Box
This is the perfect solution for busy healthcare professionals who enjoy small group learning, but can’t afford the time to plan or attend a lesson. Using this system, you can combine a number of interactive exercises to design and run your own bespoke, CME-accredited lesson. These activities are suitable for any education opportunity, whether you’re a doctor looking to educate your practice team, a nurse running a training session, or a medical student running a study group with friends.
Why is your company working in diabetes care?
Diabetes Knowledge in Practice is dedicated to providing free education for HCPs working in the field of diabetes. Please do register for free to see the available education: www.knowledgeinpractice.eu
How is your company improving diabetes care?
We provide a dedicated website that HCPs working in diabetes can visit, to access free CME-accredited education: www.knowledgeinpractice.eu
What are you hoping to achieve through your support of DPC2018 and presence at the show?
We want to raise awareness of our educational platform and will be offering free registration to anyone who visits our stand.