On March 19, the Diabetes Foundation of Mississippi will host the 36th annual Professional Education Conference
Managing the Diabetes Spectrum in the Pediatric and Adult Population: Pre-Diabetes, Type 1 and Type 2 Diabetes is designed to provide physicians, nurse practitioners, pharmacists, nurses, dietitians, and other health care professionals with a greater understanding of quality care, diabetes prevention strategies, current topics in diabetes management and the latest recommendations for medical nutrition therapy.
Topics include use of insulin and insulin analogues in type 1 and type 2 diabetes, selection of candidates for insulin pump therapy, use of continuous glucose monitors (CGM) to fine tune diabetes management, recognizing and treating pre-diabetes, medical nutrition therapy, behavioral strategies to implement lifestyle changes, treatment of cardiovascular and other co-morbidities and use of incretins, DPP-IV and TZDs vs insulin in complicated cases of type 2 diabetes.
The cost is $125 for physicians, $75 for non-physicians, and $25 for students. Register online here.For more information, call 601-957-7878.