GLP-1RAs: Rethinking treatment intensification in people with T2D - Certificate of Completion


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It is well established that optimising glycaemic management decreases the risk of microvascular and macrovascular complications. A reduction of 1% glycated haemoglobin (HbA1c) has been associated with reductions in microvascular complications by 37%, myocardial infarction by 14% and death related to diabetes by 21%. Delayed treatment intensification to injectable therapy may be due to a myriad of reasons that may include concerns regarding problematic hypoglycaemia, complex or burdensome regimens, interference with daily living, social stigma and weight gain. Fear of hypoglycaemia was identified as a key barrier to treatment intensification. 75.5% of healthcare professionals reported they would treat more aggressively if it weren’t for the risk of hypoglycaemia with insulin.

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

Mark Kennedy
MBBS, BMedSc(Hons), GradDipFamMed
Clinical Associate Professor of General Practice
The University of Melbourne, Melbourne, VIC
Director, Corio Medical Clinical and Coria Diabetic Clinic, Geelong, VIC

Sultan Linjawi
Director, My Health Explained, Brisbane, QLD
Director and Consultant Physician
(Endocrinology and Diabetes)
Coffs Endocrine and Diabetes Services, Coffs Harbor, NSW

Après avoir complété le présent programme de formation, le participant sera mieux en mesure de :

  1. Discuter de l’impact clinique du zona et des complications qui y sont associées chez les adultes plus âgés;
  2. Identifier les patients qui pourraient bénéficier de la vaccination contre le zona selon les données scientifiques actuelles;
  3. Énumérer les stratégies pratiques permettant d’engager les patients dans la prévention du zona;
  4. Identifier et prendre en charge la névralgie post-herpétique chez les patients qui développent le zona;
  5. Prendre en charge des situations complexes telles que le zona ophtalmique, le zona durant la grossesse et la possible transmission virale à des contacts non immunisés.

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