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Pharmacological Options for the Management of Diabetes
This course is a 4hr-CE self-study, self-paced course on pharmacological treatment options for diabetes. Start by reviewing the pathophysiology of diabetes. Next, gain a comprehensive understanding of the drug classes for treating diabetes, their mechanisms of action, advantages, disadvantages, safety concerns, pertinent dosing regimens and renal considerations. Review case studies. And finally, receive a thorough review of insulin and therapy considerations.
Approved for 4hrs of Pharmacology CE by West Virginia Board of Examiners for Registered Nurses. CE credits are automatically reported to West Virginia Board via CE Broker. Nurses and APRNs from other states can take this course but will have to manually report their own credits.
Affordable Care Act Audio Plus Series
Are you curious to learn more about the Affordable Care Act (ACA)? Or do you find yourself concerned about the proposed American Health Care Act? This course will provide you with a good review of the ACA as well as introduce you to the proposed replacement Act - the American Health Care Act. You will also learn about the health care law-making process and tips for advocacy work.
PRE-DIABETES: WINDOW OF OPPORTUNITY FOR INTERVENTION
This course provides a general overview of pre-diabetes and its pathophysiology. It will discuss how it impacts the body and how lifestyle interventions as suggested by evidence-based research can play a role in its treatment. Additionally, this knowledge based course will provide insight about the role of the health educator in pre-diabetes education. This course has been approved by NCHEC for 2 CECH entry level credits. Program # 23361. Provider # 112819
TAKING HEALTH EDUCATION TO THE NEXT LEVEL: OPPORTUNITIES IN DIABETES CARE
Have you considered working in a community diabetes education program? Perhaps starting a health education business that's related to business? The purpose of this course is to introduce the health educator to opportunities in diabetes care. It will provide knowledge about diabetes prevention programs, evidence that supports the role of the health educator in a diabetes management, as well as professional development requirements. This course has been approved by NCHEC for 2.5 CECH entry level credits. Program # 24112. Provider # 112819
Understanding the Revised Food Label
In 2014, FDA announced that it will be making sweeping changes to the Nutrition Facts Label, otherwise known as the food label. These changes are set to take effect in 2018. Therefore, as health advocates, educators, workers, and professionals, it is important to stay current on changes such as this. Moreover, understanding a food label is key to making healthier food choices. This course will refresh your knowledge on what a food label is all about, provide you with tools for public health education on food labels, and give you information that will help you facilitate healthier food choices amongst the population you serve
Updates in Diabetes Prevention
Preventing diabetes is now at the forefront of medicine and numerous public health initiatives. This course is designed to provide more information on diabetes prevention as well updates on the Diabetes Prevention Program (DPP) reimbursement options for DPP coaches plus more.
This course has been approved by NCHEC for 2 CECH advanced level credits. Provider # 112819. Program # 35146