Chapter 1

What is diabetes?

Diabetes comes in lots of shapes and sizes. Find out how to differentiate between the various types and detect diabetes in patients who have not yet been diagnosed.
5 Lessons (16m 31s), 1 Quiz
Chapter 2

Making the diagnosis

Diabetes can go undiagnosed for a long time. Here, you’ll learn the risk factors for diabetes, who should be screened, which tools to use, and how to make an early diagnosis.
5 Lessons (13m 45s), 1 Quiz
Chapter 3

What's your goal?

Goal setting is crucial for good diabetes control. Discover the various tools you can use to assess glycemic control and to ensure that you and your patient are on the same page.
5 Lessons (21m 20s), 1 Quiz
Chapter 4

Starting treatment

Type 2 diabetes can be treated with many medications—so where do you start? Find out how each of these medications work, their risks and benefits, and how to choose the right one.
6 Lessons (20m 10s), 1 Quiz
Chapter 5

Using oral medications

Every patient with diabetes has a unique set of needs. Learn how to select a medication based on their specific needs and tweak their treatment to achieve optimal glucose control.
5 Lessons (15m 39s), 1 Quiz
Chapter 6

Adding insulin

Starting insulin can be intimidating. Here, you’ll learn to recognize when and how to initiate insulin, and know the various insulins (and pumps) to use.
6 Lessons (23m 00s), 1 Quiz
Chapter 7

Adjusting insulin

Tweaking insulin can be tricky. In this chapter, you’ll learn how to treat hyperglycemia and avoid hypoglycemia, manage non-compliance, and lower costs for insulin patients.
6 Lessons (21m 45s), 1 Quiz
Chapter 8

When things go wrong

Diabetes can come with a host of comorbidities. Find out how to manage problems such as cardiovascular disease, hyperlipidemia, and diabetic neuropathy in patients with diabetes.
5 Lessons (18m 33s), 1 Quiz