This CME/CE-certified activity has been developed with the aim of bringing together different members of the diabetes care team in small group virtual workshops that allow interactions through a variety of collaborative educational experiences. The goal of this education is to improve the use of available diabetes technologies, notably continuous glucose monitoring (CGM), to improve PPG management and time in range (TIR) control, with a key focus on fully integrating CGM into daily practice. It is anticipated that a total of 20 groups, headed by a group leader, will participate in this activity.
Answer the following questions to assess your knowledge on the use of CGMs and connected insulin pens to improve glycemic control.
In this module, learn about continuous glucose monitoring components and functionality as well as guideline recommendations for their use.
In this module, learn how to apply CGM data to improve postprandial glucose and time in range.
In this module, gain expert insight into the utilization of connected insulin pens for improved glycemic outcomes.
Now that you have reviewed the self-study modules, answer the following questions to assess your knowledge on the use of CGMs and connected insulin pens to improve glycemic control.
This live group discussion will focus on reviewing CGM components, the benefits for utilizing CGM data and connected pens to optimize glycemic control.
This live group discussion will focus on reviewing the clinical scenario and group tasks and how the findings can apply to optimizing glycemic control in current and future patients.
Identify and resolve common barriers for optimal use of diabetes technologies.
Assess real-world clinical outcomes associated with implementing diabetes technologies—and raise money for a good cause at the same time!