New, free CME resources from Diabetes Knowledge in Practice
Diabetes Knowledge in Practice is a free, online platform for all healthcare professionals, offering educational modules across multiple areas of diabetes care, suited to all learning styles. Developed by a committee of international experts, the education is aimed at helping healthcare professionals learn about the latest clinical data and expert recommendations, and how these apply to real-world practice.
Take a look at some highlights of the latest modules below, and register for free access to all content!
Enhance your patient communication skills by joining Professor Stephen Bain and T2 diabetes patient Mr Ken Tait in an interactive model patient journey.
Watch as they navigate patient concerns and barriers regarding treatment escalation and transitioning from oral to injectable formulations.
In a simulated patient scenario, you will learn to help patients manage their expectations and goals for their treatment.
Log in or sign up to drop in to our latest digital symposium!
Case study clinic
Practice making treatment decisions in our simulated clinic, with expert treatment recommendations from Professor Kamlesh Khunti.
By participating in the latest case study clinic you will be able to:
- Recall trial data on antidiabetic drugs
- Match GPL-1 RAs to patient case scenarios and next generation formulations to theoretical patient cases
- Provide appropriate second- and third-line treatment
Log in or sign up to view the case study clinic.
The main objective of Diabetes Knowledge in Practice is to help healthcare professionals on the front line of diabetes care stay equipped with the latest clinical guidance. They will be exhibiting on both days of the Diabetes Professional Care 2019 (DPC2019) show in October – so visit them on stand M5 to find out how you and your colleagues can keep up-to-date with practice advice in diabetes care.
In the meantime, you can sign up for free and check out all of the valuable resources today!
“The case study clinics hosted by Diabetes Knowledge in Practice offer an excellent interactive way of learning about type 2 diabetes management. I was pleased to provide video commentary to help learners work through theoretical scenarios and to consider the relevant factors when making treatment decisions. I would recommend these free modules to all healthcare professionals involved in diabetes care.” Professor Kamlesh Khunti, UK.