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Explore certificate programs, webinars and courses related to cardiometabolic health and diabetes. Topics include weight loss, treatments, lifestyle enhancements, the latest technological advancements and more.
This course focuses on diabetes-related cardiometabolic co-conditions: depression and anxiety, liver disease, diabetes-related neuropathies, overweight and obesity, and cardiovascular and renal co-conditions. Participants will learn how to screen or assess people with diabetes for these co-conditions and the treatment options that are available for each co-condition.
This program addresses epidemiology and basic pathophysiology of obesity, particularly that of why it's hard to lose weight and maintain weight loss. Lifestyle interventions and medication management strategies will be addressed, and medications on the horizon will be introduced to the audience.
Downloadable information and advice created by clinical staff and industry supporters, in some cases, to help guide clients and patients in cardiometabolic knowledge and self-care.
Striving for optimal health is still important even after weight loss. This patient-focused tip sheet communicates how to start adding activities into routines and purchase foods that have healthy ingredients. Information can be shared with the health care team for check-ins. Supported by Lilly.
These short podcasts for health care professionals are designed to provide high-level information to help care for the metabolic health of clients and patients. Access additional resources on our podcast pages for in-depth information on each subject. Topics include treatments, weight loss advice, the role of the DCES and more.
Staying Healthy With Type 2 Diabetes While Losing Weight
The Value of the DCES: Impacting Cardiometabolic Outcomes
Diabetes and Cardiovascular Disease: Are Statins Enough?
Helping Clients/Patients Meet Targets with GLP-1 and GIP/GLP-1 Receptor Agonists
Inhaled Insulin: An Innovative Approach for Diabetes Management. Learn more about the only ultra rapid-acting inhaled insulin in this live webinar. Q&A follows. Supported by Afreeza
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