Below are several on-demand CME activities related to diabetes. These resources are available to support our education and efforts to lower A1C levels of our patient population. 

Curriculum

Diabetes Resource Center

Below are several on-demand CME activities related to diabetes. These resources are available to support our education and efforts to lower A1C levels of our patient population.  

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CME Information

0 Credits - Not for CME/CE Credit

Release Date: 7/25/2022

Available for credit until 12/31/2099

Topics

Faculty

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Virtual CME Program

female doctor talking to her patient

Obesity & Diabetes: Patient-Centered Clinical Care of African Americans

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Virtual CME Program

heart monitoring app being used

Digital Technology: The Present and Future of Diabetes Care

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Virtual CME Program

doctor reviewing a chart with patient

Incretin-Based Multiagonist Therapy: Emerging Treatment for Obesity and Diabetes

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Virtual CME Program

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Taking Diabetes to Heart: Using Antihyperglycemic Agents to Reduce Cardiovascular Risk

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Virtual CME Program

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A Holistic Approach to Diabetes Care: Reducing HbA1c and Weight with Emerging Pharmacotherapies

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Webcast

doctor speaking with middle aged woman

Therapeutic Options and Shared Decision-Making

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Webcast

women using smartphone for glucose monitoring app

Patient Scenarios: Selecting and Implementing Digital Technology in Diabetes Care

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Interactive Learning

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Addressing “Diabesity”: Weight Loss as a Key Therapeutic Goal in the Management of T2DM (Module 1)

0.50 CME/MOC

0.40 AANP | 0.04 Pharmacology

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Interactive Learning

man taking sample for testing

The Role of GIP and GLP-1 in the Pathophysiology of T2DM and Why it Matters (Module 2)

0.50 CME/MOC

0.42 AANP | 0.42 Pharmacology

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Webcast

doctors at a speech

Updates From the 2021 EASD and ADA Annual Meetings on Dual GIP/GLP-1 RA Therapy: What You Should Know (Module 3)

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Webcast

Physician talking with female patient

Hitting Diabetes Head-on: Improving Outcomes and Reducing Therapeutic Inertia With GLP-1 Receptor Agonists: AdaptED Module 1

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Webcast

Doctor in protective shield mask talks to obese black woman

Hitting Diabetes Head-on: Improving Outcomes and Reducing Therapeutic Inertia With GLP-1 Receptor Agonists: AdaptED Module 2

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Faculty Disclosures

CME Information

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Clinical judgment must guide each clinician in weighing the possible risks, benefits, or contraindications of any diagnostics, interventions or treatments discussed. Clinicians should review manufacturers’ product information and consider these with the recommendations of other authorities when applying the assessment and/or clinical management strategies discussed in this activity to the care of their patients.

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Disclosures and Conflict of Interest
Pri-Med Institute requires all individuals in a position to influence educational content for Pri-Med Institute-certified CME activities to disclose relevant personal financial relationships with commercial interests prior to contributing to its educational activities. Pri-Med Institute assesses disclosed relationships and follows a defined process to resolve real or implied conflicts to ensure, to the best of its ability, that all educational content is free of commercial bias. Financial disclosures are listed in the activity syllabus and will also be printed on the slides and announced at the start of each presentation. Pri-Med Institute and Vindico Medical Education staff have no relevant financial relationships to disclose.

Discussion of Off-Label Uses and Investigational Products
During the course of their presentations, the faculty may mention uses of products that have not been approved in the United States for the indication(s) being discussed. All presenters are instructed to notify participants when they are discussing unapproved uses or investigational agents. In addition, specific slides will include notation of the off-label use or investigational agent being discussed. Views presented related to unapproved uses of products are solely those of the presenter(s) and are not endorsed by Pri-Med Institute or DBC Pri-Med, LLC.

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Pri-Med Institute educational activities are developed and conducted in accordance with the ACCME's Essential Areas and Policies. It is the mission of Pri-Med Institute to develop and present educational activities that are timely, fair-balanced, scientifically rigorous, and that serve to improve patient outcomes. To that end, we welcome your comments about how to better serve your needs. 

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Diabetes Resource Center

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