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Online module

Audience : Pharmacists in Ontario

Learning Objectives: 

  • Explain the role of sensor-based technology In glycemic management 
  • Integrate the principles of pattern management to use glucose data in a systematic approach
  • Discuss strategies to improve self management in people with diabetes, integrating Extended Scope of Practice (Ontario)
     

 


 

October 13, 2021    7:00 PM EST   Dr Houlden

Audience : General Practitioners, Endocrinologists, Pediatrician, Nurses, Registered Dietitians

Learning Objectives: 

  • Describe the current state of healthcare in Canada during the COVID-19 era and its effect on diabetes care.
  • Apply best practises for providing virtual care to enhance glucose management for patients living with diabetes.
  • Utilize the flash glucose monitoring system to provide effective virtual diabetes care.
     

 


 

October 15, 2021    12:15 PM EST   Dr Houlden

Audience : General Practitioners, Endocrinologists, Pediatrician, Nurses, Registered Dietitians

Learning Objectives: 

  • Describe the current state of healthcare in Canada during the COVID-19 era and its effect on diabetes care.
  • Apply best practises for providing virtual care to enhance glucose management for patients living with diabetes.
  • Utilize the flash glucose monitoring system to provide effective virtual diabetes care.
     

 


 

October 26, 2021    1:10 PM EST  (12:10 PM CST)   Rick Siemens

Audience : Pharmacists, Pharmacy Technicians

Learning Objectives: 

  • Explain the role of sensor-based technology In glycemic management
  • Integrate the principles of pattern management to use glucose data in a systematic approach
  • Discuss strategies to improve self management in people with diabetes

 


 

October 26, 2021    8:00 PM EST  (7:00 PM CST)   Rick Siemens

Audience : Pharmacists, Pharmacy Technicians

Learning Objectives: 

  • Explain the role of sensor-based technology In glycemic management
  • Integrate the principles of pattern management to use glucose data in a systematic approach
  • Discuss strategies to improve self management in people with diabetes

 


 

November 2, 2021    7pm EST   Dr Chauret

Audience : General Practitioners, Endocrinologists, Pediatrician, Nurses, Registered Dietitians

Learning Objectives: 

  • Describe the current state of healthcare in Canada during the COVID-19 era and its effect on diabetes care.
  • Apply best practises for providing virtual care to enhance glucose management for patients living with diabetes.
  • Utilize the flash glucose monitoring system to provide effective virtual diabetes care.

 


 

November 9, 2021    7pm EST and 8pm AST   Dr Vallis

Audience : General Practitioners, Registed Nurse, Registered Dietician and Pharmacists

Learning Objectives: 

  • Understand what is meant by the ‘new normal’ and what this means psychologically; we have to create a new normal.
  • Identify areas of stress as there remain many stressors and others will emerge.
  • Apply effective stress reduction strategies to the identified stressors as stress management has never been more important as we learn to live with COVID-19.
     

 


 

November 17, 2021    1:00 PM EST    Rick Siemens

Audience : Pharmacists, Pharmacy Technicians

Learning Objectives: 

  • Identify the ideal patients who would benefit from sensing techy to improve glycemic control.
  • Demonstrate the clinical utility of starting Libre system as first step in effective diabetes intervention
  • Evaluate the patient's journey with T2D, to improve outcomes.
  • Apply strategies through case base learning to empower your recommendations for your patient's self management.

 


 

November 17, 2021    8:00 PM EST    Rick Siemens

Audience : Pharmacists, Pharmacy Technicians

Learning Objectives: 

  • Identify the ideal patients who would benefit from sensing techy to improve glycemic control.
  • Demonstrate the clinical utility of starting Libre system as first step in effective diabetes intervention
  • Evaluate the patient's journey with T2D, to improve outcomes.
  • Apply strategies through case base learning to empower your recommendations for your patient's self management.

 


 

December 8, 2021    1:00 PM EST    Rick Siemens

Audience : Pharmacists, Pharmacy Technicians

Learning Objectives: 

  • Identify the ideal patients who would benefit from sensing techy to improve glycemic control.
  • Demonstrate the clinical utility of starting Libre system as first step in effective diabetes intervention
  • Evaluate the patient's journey with T2D, to improve outcomes.
  • Apply strategies through case base learning to empower your recommendations for your patient's self management.

 


 

December 8, 2021    8:00 PM EST    Rick Siemens

Audience : Pharmacists, Pharmacy Technicians

Learning Objectives: 

  • Identify the ideal patients who would benefit from sensing techy to improve glycemic control.
  • Demonstrate the clinical utility of starting Libre system as first step in effective diabetes intervention
  • Evaluate the patient's journey with T2D, to improve outcomes.
  • Apply strategies through case base learning to empower your recommendations for your patient's self management.

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