A Nutritional Approach to Managing Type 2 Diabetes in Residential Aged Care Facilities - Certificate of Completion

Duration

1 hr

Profession

Nursing

# of Credits

2.0

Accreditation

Certificate of Completion

Expiry Date

2020-11-27

Providing adequate nutritional intake to older people with T2D poses a challenge to health care professionals in that it is important to meet micronutrient needs despite decreased macronutrient demands, whilst maintaining glycaemic control. An important consideration regarding nutrition in T2D is monitoring carbohydrate and caloric intake in order to avoid postprandial glucose excursions and limit complications associated with hyperglycaemia.

This interactive online learning activity is valued at 1 Hour(s) of continuing education.

Max Wong
MBBS, FRACGP
Sydney North Primary Health Network
Hornsby Station Medical Practice, Hornsby, NSW

Rachel Freeman
APD, CDE, BHSc (Nut&Diet), MSc (Diabetes)
Professional Services Manager
Australian Diabetes Educators Association

Therese Jepson
Bachelor of Nursing, Master of Clinical Teaching and Nursing
Clinical Nurse Consultant
Aged Care Rapid Response Team
Sydney North Primary Health Network, Ryde, NSW

Après avoir complété ce programme, les participants seront mieux en mesure de :

  • Décrire la prise en charge de la MPOC conformément au rapport GOLD 2018 et à l’énoncé de position 2017 de la Société canadienne de thoracologie (CTS);
  • Évoquer l’étude FLAME et le rôle que joue la bithérapie par AMLA/BALA dans la MPOC;
  • Discuter de l’étude IMPACT et du rôle de la trithérapie dans la MPOC;
  • Mettre en œuvre des stratégies permettant d’assurer une prise en charge à long terme des patients souffrant de MPOC.


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