This course is designed to offer general clinical review of diabetes mellitus diagnosis, types, medications in addition to acute and chronic complications of diabetes. The goal of the course is to support and guide physicians, pharmacists, dilatations, medical student and other healthcare providers in acquiring the knowledge and clinical acumen required to provide outstanding management and care for diabetic patients.
In each lecture there will be clinical cases scenarios with interactive multiple choice questions to improve clinical approach in diagnosis and management of diabetes and its complication.
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To obtain CME credits ( 8 hours) you need to attend the course live.
By the end of the course, learners will be able to:
1- Identify the clinical presentation of a diabetic patient
2- Recognize diabetes complications
3- Illustrate how to diagnose diabetes
4- Describe pharmacological treatment modalities
5- Review of diabetes management and guidelines