Level 2 - Cardiovascular Disease and Diabetes | 1.5 CEs
Title: Cardiovascular Disease and Diabetes 1.5 CEs
This course is included in: Level 2 - Beyond Fundamentals. Purchase this course individually for $29 or the entire bundle and save 70%.
Diabetes Education Services Online University Courses are an excellent way to study for your exam anytime and anywhere that is convenient for you. You will have immediate access to your courses for 1 year after your purchase date. Each individual online course includes a: 90 minute video presentation, podcast, practice test and additional resources.
Have you wondered what REALLY is meant by Insulin Resistance? Then join this straight forward and clinically relevant course. We take a close look at insulin resistant syndrome and vascular complications. We will discuss the impact of vessel disease from the heart to the toes. Included is a discussion of identifying and preventing vascular disease and the goals of care. 90-minute course.
- The impact of insulin resistance and hyperglycemia on vessel disease
- State the complications and factors associated with vascular disease
- List management goals to reduce the risk of vascular disease
- Discuss strategies to promote health
Intended Audience: Designed for healthcare professionals seeking to delve into the links between heart disease and diabetes and gain prevention strategies to pass along to patients and communities.
Instructor: Beverly Thomassian RN, MPH, CDE, BC-ADM is a working educator and a nationally recognized diabetes expert.
Fee: $29.00 (Group Discounts Available)
Course Level: 2 (included in Level 2 - Beyond Fundamentals)
All hours earned count toward your CDE Accreditation Information
Earn 1.5 CEs
Video presentation and podcast available now On Demand.
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