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Diabetes Mellitus, Type 2

This case outlines nuances of intensifying therapy with oral antidiabetic agents based on patient and disease characteristics


This activity is part of the ConnectED Learning: Diabetes curriculum. In this Expert Perspective, Dr. Richard Pratley outlines the main facets of utilizing oral combination therapy to intensify treatment in order to achieve HbA1c goals while minimizing side effects and cardiovascular risk.


This activity is part of the ConnectED Learning: Diabetes curriculum. This case will highlight best practices of intensifying therapy with oral combination regimens in individuals with T2DM.


This activity is part of the ConnectED Learning: Diabetes curriculum. Join expert faculty as they address your remaining questions and provide a distillation of clinical pearls from the ConnectED Learning Curriculum on the management of diabetes


Follow the complex case of a 55-year-old patient who presents with long-standing, uncontrolled type 2 diabetes requiring individualized care. Filled with common scenarios relevant to primary care, this case distinguishes nuances in management based on patient- and disease-specific factors while enhancing your knowledge on the myriad diabetes therapies available today.


This activity is part of the ConnectED Learning: Diabetes curriculum. It is well proven that effective glycemic control among patients with type 2 diabetes can reduce the risk of diabetes-related microvascular and macrovascular complications. This dynamic live educational program will feature renowned faculty experts who will lead an interactive discussion on important evidence supporting emerging clinical strategies, shared decision making, and ways in which to individualize care to best manage the complex challenges of diabetes and the progression of disease. It will include therapeutic approaches that can reduce the risks such as hypoglycemia, weight gain, and cardiovascular events.


Glucagon-like peptide-1 receptor agonists (GLP-1 RAs) and basal insulin analogs are essential antihyperglycemic therapies for many patients with type 2 diabetes mellitus (T2DM) (eg, those in need of large glucose-lowering effects or, based on recent updates to the official indications for 2 of the GLP-1 RAs). This Engaging the Patient activity will discuss newer insulin therapies as well as GLP-1 injectable therapies, including rationales and clinical trial evidence for combining these two agents. The activity includes a demonstration of clinician and patient interactions-ways to educate patients on the use of injectable medications, as well as approaches to reducing hypoglycemia and improving patient adherence.

Surgery to Control T2 Diabetes

Dr. de la Cruz-Muñoz, an expert in laparoendoscopic and bariatric surgery, will review evidence regarding the treatment of obese patients with uncontrolled type 2 diabetes with bariatric surgery.


There are several challenges in the management of T2DM that faces clinicians today in the real-world setting. This case study is designed to improve clinician competence and practice.

Cultural Competency in Diagnosing Patient

In the United States, the Latino population has an increased rate of diabetes. This program will review the factors that impact their health and also review effective communication skills to enhance communication and adherence in Latino patients.  Using culturally tailored strategies, patient education and community based treatment plans with a multidisciplinary care team will be discussed.