NEWS | January 2022
My Experience in Lima, Perú: Diagnosing and Managing Gestational Diabetes
María Del Mar Morales Hernández, MD, received the Dr. Lewis E Braverman Endocrine Fellow in Training Educational Grant in 2020. Read about her memorable experience and how to apply for this one-of-a-kind grant program.
NEWS | December 9, 2021
How to Facilitate Mental Health Readiness During Transition to Insulin Pump Therapy
Patients with DM who are referred to endocrine specialists for insulin pump and sensor therapy require special attention to mental health well-being and readiness. Learn strategies for how to facilitate greater patient engagement and self-empowerment when starting insulin pump and sensor therapy.
NEWS | December 7, 2021
Combatting Clinical Inertia in Diabetes Patients
Diabetes Mellitus is a worldwide growing problem with significant associated morbidity and mortality, as well as financial burden. One major contributor is a delay in treatment due to clinical inertia. Learn how to combat clinical inertia in diabetes patients.
NEWS | November 9, 2021
Management of Hypertriglyceridemia in Patients with Diabetes Mellitus
Diabetes mellitus is a globally prevalent chronic disease that directly caused 1.5 million deaths worldwide in 2019. Hypertriglyceridemia is exceedingly common in diabetes mellitus, and there is growing evidence that it contributes to residual cardiovascular risk. Learn how hypertriglyceridemia in patients with diabetes mellitus can be managed.
NEWS | October 25, 2021
10 Things PCPs Need to Know About Common Endocrine Disorders
Learn 10 things primary care teams need to know about common endocrine disorders and how to register for our free SCOPE workshop: Successful Co-management between Primary Care and Endocrinology.
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