Medication Management

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    Speaker: Juan Pablo Frías, M.D., FACE

    Diabetes Standards of Care 2020: A Global Update on Medication and Monitoring Guidelines

    Webinar Description: In this webinar, Juan Pablo Frías, M.D., FACE, gives a global update on the diabetes standards of care on medication and monitoring guidelines.

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    Speaker: Juan Pablo Frias, M.D., FACE

    Diabetes Standards and Guidelines: Medications and Monitoring


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    Speaker: Jay H. Shubrook DO FACOFP, FAAFP

    Building a better base: Revisiting Basal insulin

    Webinar Description: Jay H Shubrook, DO, FACOFP, FAAFP is a Board-Certified Family Physician and Diabetologist. He is a Professor in the Primary Care Department at the Touro University California College of Osteopathic Medicine. He also serves as the Director of Clinical Research and Director of Diabetes Services at this institution. He is the Associate Editor at the JAOA and Clinical Diabetes. Jay is on the global advisory board for Springer/Nature's Diabetes Medicine Matters. He is the past Chair of the Primary Care Advisory Group for the American Diabetes Association. His professional goal is to better prepare primary care providers to provide exceptional care for patients with diabetes. His research interests focus on type 2 diabetes prevention and early intervention.

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    Speaker: Jerry Meece, RPh, CDE, FACA, FAADE

    Update on New Basal Insulins and Combinations: Starting, Titrating and Adding to Therapy

    Webinar Description: Advances in the pharmacologic management of diabetes continue to evolve. These advancements are changing the paradigm of medication selection and titration of therapy. Jerry Meece, RPh, CDE, FACA, FAADE discusses changes in the landscape of basal insulin and basal insulin combinations.

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    Speaker: Elaine Cooke, BSc(Pharm), RPh, CDE

    Starting and Helping People with Type 2 Diabetes on Insulin

    Webinar Description: Starting and Helping People with Type 2 Diabetes on Insulin Lifestyle changes and oral medications are standards of care in type 2 diabetes management, but are unlikely to be permanent solutions because type 2 diabetes is a progressive disease. Most people with type 2 diabetes will eventually require insulin to achieve euglycemia. Elaine Cooke, BSc(Pharm), RPh, CDE shares her experience as a healthcare professional in Canada with insulin initiation and titration in type 2 diabetes.