You are introduced to different types of diabetes, its current treatment and management, including monitoring and technology, targets, medication, exercise and diet. Both acute and long-term complications associated with diabetes is discussed. You consider pre-conceptual care and pregnancy, and how to support service users of all ages throughout their long-term condition.
Finally, you review practical behaviour change tools and the importance of evidence-based structured education with examples that can be adapted into practice.You study:
- the main types of diabetes and potential risk factors including genetics and lifestyle choices
- factors that can influence diagnosis and initial treatment of diabetes
- target blood glucose and HbA1c ranges arguing the need for individualised service-user goals
- the importance of blood glucose and ketone monitoring and associated equipment including recent advances in technology
- evidence-based treatment options including oral and injectable medication and insulin, and associated equipment including recent advances in technology
- carbohydrate counting
- acute and long-term complications of diabetes and treatment
- family planning and pregnancy
- structured education models
- basic behaviour change tools.
Funding: funded places may be available. Please liaise with your organisation for funding opportunities.
Self-funded: to access this on a self-funding basis you must pay the fee before the start of the masterclass using the online shop.
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For further information for completing registration and upcoming dates, please contact the SHLS Contracts Team at firstname.lastname@example.org
Applicants should be qualified healthcare professionals.