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Deconstructing Difficult-to-Treat Asthma in the Age of Targeted Biologic Therapies

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Format: Med-IQ Select

Maximum Credits: 1.0

Course Description: This accredited CME publication provides an overview of the targeted treatment of severe asthma. The 5 modules that comprise the activity review the diagnosis, pathophysiology, and treatment of severe asthma. The modules also cover the mechanisms of action of 5 biologic therapies that target critical inflammatory pathways that underlie the disease. Modules 2…More


Caring for Patients With Lung Cancer and Targetable Mutations: Guidance on EGFR, ALK, and ROS1

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Format: E-Publication

Maximum Credits: 0.5

Course Description: In this case-based activity, meet 2 patients with advanced non–small cell lung cancer (NSCLC) who are starting treatment. How would you manage these patients? As you move through this activity, you will:See how your answers compare with your peers’ Read commentary on the answer optionsReview insights from medical oncologist, Suresh Ramalingam,…More


Perspectives in CHL Treatment: Addressing the Needs of Community Oncologists

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Format: Med-IQ Select

Maximum Credits: 0.5

Course Description: This activity explores the unique challenges that community hematologists and oncologists face when managing patients with classic Hodgkin lymphoma (CHL) and helps these physicians integrate novel treatment strategies into their care of patients with this condition.


TROP2-Targeting Therapies in NSCLC: What You Need to Know

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Format: Med-IQ Select

Maximum Credits: 0.5

Course Description: This 30-minute, accredited CME activity discusses the role of TROP2 in cancer development and the potential use of TROP2 antibody-drug conjugates in NSCLC treatment. In addition, brief audio clips provide expert perspectives about TROP2 antibody-drug conjugates and how they are expected to affect patient care once they are available for clinical use.


The Path Forward in Advanced HER2+ Gastric Cancer: More Options, More Decisions

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Format: Med-IQ Select

Maximum Credits: 0.5

Course Description: This modular, accredited CME publication explores emerging research and practical insights related to the use of novel human epidermal growth factor receptor 2 (HER2) targeting agents in clinical development for the treatment of HER2 expressing gastric or gastroesophageal junction (GEJ) adenocarcinoma. Audio clips provide insights from expert faculty, Johanna…More


Strategies for Successfully Providing Multidisciplinary Care in Huntington’s Disease

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Format: E-Publication

Maximum Credits: 1.0

Course Description: Patients with Huntington’s disease (HD) experience cognitive, psychiatric, and motor symptoms that worsen as the disease progresses, underscoring the need for a multidisciplinary approach to care. This activity incorporates key learnings from a virtual HD Project ECHO® series, held in collaboration between Boston University School of Medicine and Med-IQ, that…More


Making Real-Time Insulin Adjustments During Exercise

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Format: Ebrief

Course Description: This e-brief focuses on how people living with type 1 diabetes (T1D) can manage their insulin dosing during exercise. Case examples are provided to illustrate the different insulin adjustments needed for various types of physical activity.

Note: This material is not accredited for CME and, therefore, does not offer any CME/CE credit.


Duke Perspectives From the American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons 2020 Annual Meeting

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Format: PDF Publication

Maximum Credits: 0.5

Course Description: This publication summarizes relevant abstracts and findings that were shared at the virtual American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons 2020 annual meeting. In addition, Samuel B. Adams, MD, associate professor of orthopaedic surgery at Duke University School of Medicine, provides expert insight on presented studies.


Decision-IQ: Measurement-Based Care for Major Depressive Disorder With Cognitive Symptoms

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Format: Decision-IQ

Maximum Credits: 0.25

Course Description: In this brief, case-based activity, meet a woman with type 2 diabetes and new complaints of fatigue and difficulty concentrating at work but no history of major depressive disorder (MDD).As you move through this activity, you will:Be directed to useful resources to help you make clinical decisions about evaluating her symptoms and selecting therapySee how your…More


Duke Perspectives From the National Kidney Foundation 2020 Spring Clinical Meetings

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Format: PDF Publication

Maximum Credits: 0.5

Course Description: This publication summarizes relevant abstracts and findings that were presented at the live-virtual National Kidney Foundation 2020 Spring Clinical Meetings, held March 26 to 29. In addition, John V. Duronville, MD, assistant professor of medicine, Division of Nephrology at Duke, provides expert insight on presented studies.


Biologics in the Treatment of Adults With T2-High, Uncontrolled Asthma

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Format: Med-IQ Express

Maximum Credits: 0.25

Course Description: This 15-minute publication discusses United States Food and Drug Administration (US FDA)-approved biologics used in the treatment of T2-high, uncontrolled asthma and features video-based commentary from an expert faculty member on how biologics have changed the treatment landscape for adults with asthma.


Decision Making in Advanced NSCLC: The Community Physician Perspective on Immunotherapy

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Format: E-Publication

Maximum Credits: 1.0

Course Description: This accredited CME activity reviews the clinical evidence around immunotherapy for the treatment of advanced non–small cell lung cancer (NSCLC), including immune checkpoint inhibitor (ICI) monotherapy, chemoimmunotherapy, dual ICI therapy, and quadruple drug regimens, as well as the current role of predictive biomarkers in treatment selection. Special…More


Targeted Therapy in Cholangiocarcinoma: Focus on FGFR Inhibitors

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Format: E-Publication

Maximum Credits: 0.75

Course Description: This online, accredited CME publication explores emerging clinical data and insights related to the potential use of fibroblast growth factor receptor (FGFR) inhibitors in cholangiocarcinoma. It addresses the challenges and limitations of emerging FGFR inhibitors, discusses current research on using genomic biomarkers and their potential to predict response to…More


Recent Changes in Newborn Screening: What, When, How, and Why

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Format: Med-IQ Select

Maximum Credits: 0.25

Course Description: This 15-minute, accredited CME publication reviews the current state of newborn screening (NBS) for lysosomal storage disorders (LSDs) and explores available methods for LSD analysis, focusing on Pompe disease (PD) and mucopolysaccharidosis type I (MPS I), the most recent LSDs added to the Recommended Uniform Screening Panel (RUSP).


Decision-IQ: Are Your Patients at Risk of Bleeding? Managing Thrombocytopenia in Chronic Liver Disease

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Format: Decision-IQ

Maximum Credits: 0.5

Course Description: In this case-based activity, meet 2 patients with chronic liver disease and thrombocytopenia who are scheduled to undergo invasive procedures. As you move through this activity, you will: Be directed to useful resources to help you make management decisions for these patients See how your answers compare with your peers’ Receive insights from…More


Therapeutic Advances in Relapsed/Refractory DLBCL: A Focus on Emerging Agents

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Format: Med-IQ Express

Maximum Credits: 0.25

Course Description: This brief accredited CME/CE activity reviews the latest clinical research and potential implications of select novel treatment strategies undergoing evaluation in clinical trials in relapsed/refractory diffuse large B-cell lymphoma (DLBCL). In addition, this activity features a short video that provides expert commentary from Jia Ruan, MD, PhD, on how these…More


Therapeutic Advances in Relapsed/Refractory DLBCL: A Focus on Newly Available Treatment Strategies

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Format: Med-IQ Express

Maximum Credits: 0.25

Course Description: This brief accredited CME/CE publication explores the cutting-edge evidence regarding newly available treatment strategies in relapsed/refractory diffuse large B-cell lymphoma (DLBCL) and discusses how these data affect routine practice. In addition, this activity features a short video that provides expert commentary from Christopher Flowers, MD, on how he…More


Diagnosis and Treatment of Spinal Muscular Atrophy in an Evolving Therapeutic Landscape

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Format: Presentation Points

Maximum Credits: 1.5

Course Description: This transcript-based, CME-accredited publication provides an overview of the rare genetic disorder spinal muscular atrophy (SMA), including a review of SMA classification, genetic causes, clinical signs and differentiating factors from other causes of muscle weakness, the role of genetic testing, and the importance of early diagnosis. It also explores patient-…More


Duke Perspectives From the 2019 American Epilepsy Society Annual Meeting

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Format: PDF Publication

Maximum Credits: 0.5

Course Description: This publication summarizes pertinent new research findings that were presented at the 2019 American Epilepsy Society Annual Meeting held December 6 to 10 in Baltimore, MD. In addition, Aatif Husain, MD, professor of neurology at Duke, provides interesting perspectives on the study results.


On the Front Lines of Diagnosis: Preventing Diagnostic Delays in MPS I and Other LSDs

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Format: Med-IQ Express

Maximum Credits: 0.5

Course Description: This accredited CME publication highlights the importance of early diagnosis in mucopolysaccharidosis type I (MPS I) and explores the clinical variability of this disorder, including variations of symptomology and disease progression. In addition, this activity features a short video that provides expert commentary from Lorne Clarke, MDCM, FRCPC, FCCMG, on when…More


Conquering Neuromyelitis Optica Through Early, Accurate Diagnosis and Novel Therapeutics

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Format: Med-IQ Select

Maximum Credits: 1.0

Course Description: This accredited CME publication provides an overview of the rare, inflammatory, demyelinating spectrum disorder known as neuromyelitis optica (NMOSD). The 4 modules that compose the activity review diagnostic criteria, natural history, and disease pathogenesis, including the role of the aquaporin-4 (AQP4) antibody in NMOSD diagnosis and pathophysiology. It also…More


Duke Perspectives From the 2019 American Heart Association Annual Meeting

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Format: PDF Publication

Maximum Credits: 0.5

Course Description: This publication summarizes relevant abstracts and findings that were presented at the 2019 American Heart Association Annual Meeting held November 16 to 18 in Philadelphia, PA. In addition, Manesh Patel, MD, professor of medicine at Duke, provides expert insight on presented studies.


Transplanting HCV-Positive Kidneys Into HCV-Negative Recipients: What Do We Know?

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Format: Med-IQ Express

Maximum Credits: 0.25

Course Description: This brief accredited CME publication examines the rationale and current evidence for the transplantation of kidneys from hepatitis C virus (HCV)–positive donors into HCV-negative recipients. In particular, it explores changes in the characteristics of the donor pool due to the ongoing opioid crisis and reviews short- to intermediate-term outcomes from ongoing…More


Decision-IQ: How Well Are You Managing Urethral Stricture Disease in Your Patients?

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Format: Decision-IQ

Maximum Credits: 0.25

Course Description: In this short case-based activity, meet a 25-year-old man who presents with urinary frequency, dysuria, slow urinary stream, and feelings of incomplete emptying. He has no history of trauma or infection. As you move through this activity: Read through links to resources to help you make evidence-based diagnostic and management decisions for this patientSee how…More


Duke Perspectives From the 2019 ACR/ARP Annual Meeting

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Format: PDF Publication

Maximum Credits: 0.5

Course Description: This publication summarizes relevant abstracts and findings that were presented at the 2019 American College of Rheumatology/Association of Rheumatology Professionals Annual Meeting held November 8 to 13 in Atlanta, GA. Megan Clowse, MD, and Teresa Tarrant, MD, associate professors of medicine at Duke, provide expert insight on presented studies.


Decision-IQ: Management of HER2-Positive Breast Cancer With Brain Metastases: A Case-Based Activity

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Format: Decision-IQ

Maximum Credits: 0.25

Course Description: In this brief, case-based activity, meet a 42-year-old woman with a history of human epidermal growth factor 2 (HER2)-positive breast cancer that metastasized to the brain while she was receiving systemic therapy. As you move through this activity, you will:Be directed to useful resources to help you make clinical decisions about managing her systemic and…More


Improving Hemophilia A Care and Patient Adherence: Planning Prophylaxis to Meet Individual Patients’ Needs

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Format: Presentation Points

Maximum Credits: 0.5

Course Description: This 30-minute, accredited Presentation Points publication highlights key evidence and clinical pearls from live workshops delivered by expert faculty at federally funded hemophilia treatment centers (HTCs). Focusing on the evolving paradigm for prophylaxis and the management of patients with hemophilia A, this transcript-based publication provides expert…More


The Arrival of CAR T-Cell Therapy—Exploring the Latest Advances and Impact on Patient Care

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Format: E-Publication

Maximum Credits: 1.0

Course Description: This online publication explores the role of CAR T-cell therapy in the treatment of hematologic malignancies, the administration process of this therapy, and current and emerging clinical evidence on approved and investigational agents. Clinical cases and practical strategies are provided to incorporate expert insights on patient selection and the recognition…More


The Promise of FGFR Inhibitors in Cholangiocarcinoma: Are You Prepared?

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Format: Med-IQ Select

Maximum Credits: 0.5

Course Description: This modular, accredited CME publication explores emerging research and practical insights related to the potential use of FGFR inhibitors in cholangiocarcinoma. Audio clips provide insights from expert faculty, Lipika Goyal, MD, MPhil, on the role of FGFR in cholangiocarcinoma pathogenesis and FGFR inhibitors that are currently in development, as well as…More


A New Era in TGCT Treatment: Novel Targeted Therapies and Their Effect on Shared Decision Making

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Format: E-Publication

Maximum Credits: 0.75

Course Description: This accredited CME publication explores the latest therapeutic advances and emerging science for the management of tenosynovial giant cell tumor (TGCT). In addition to discussing the safety and efficacy of recently approved and emerging therapies, it also addresses how to implement the principles of shared decision making in the routine care of patients with…More


Medical Insiders: Current Practices in AF Management: Are Guideline-Based Options Driving Better Outcomes?

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Format: Webcast

Maximum Credits: 0.5

Course Description: This 30-minute Medical Insiders accredited CME webcast features expert cardiologists Gerald V. Naccarelli, MD, and James A. Reiffel, MD, and electrophysiologist E. Magnus Ohman, MD, FRCPI, FESC, FACC, FSCAI. These faculty provide insight on specific challenges clinicians face when managing patients with atrial fibrillation (AF) and discuss best practices in…More


Duke Perspectives From the American Academy of Ophthalmology Annual Meeting

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Format: PDF Publication

Maximum Credits: 0.5

Course Description: This publication summarizes pertinent new research findings that were presented at the 2019 American Academy of Ophthalmology Annual Meeting held October 12 to 15 in San Francisco, CA. In addition, Lejla Vajzovic, MD, associate professor of ophthalmology at Duke, provides interesting perspectives on the study results.


HCV Management in Family Practice: Reinforcing the Armamentarium

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Format: Med-IQ Select

Maximum Credits: 2.0

Course Description: This accredited educational activity, which contains chapters that can be accessed and completed as separate modules, discusses the current screening and management of individuals with hepatitis C virus (HCV) infection. Topics include the identification and evaluation of individuals with an increased HCV risk, appropriate tests and work-up, key factors to…More


Early Detection and Intervention in Children With Autism Spectrum Disorder

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Format: Med-IQ Express

Maximum Credits: 0.25

Course Description: This brief accredited CME publication examines current standards and key advances in diagnosis and early intervention for children with autism spectrum disorder (ASD). This publication also features a short video clip of expert insight on the current understanding of ASD and ongoing investigation that promises to impact the future of care delivery.


Decision-IQ: Polypharmacy in the Elderly: Navigating Complexities in Care

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Format: Decision-IQ

Maximum Credits: 0.25

Course Description: This interactive case-based activity discusses strategies to reduce inappropriate polypharmacy in the geriatric population. Links to useful resources are provided to help participants make clinical decisions for the patient, and expert faculty offer their perspectives on the latest evidence for deprescribing management decisions.


Age-Related Hearing Loss and Cochlear Implants: Current Evidence and Consensus Recommendations

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Format: Med-IQ Express

Maximum Credits: 0.25

Course Description: This 15-minute accredited CME publication reviews the impact of age-related hearing loss on clinical, psychosocial, and economic outcomes. The evolution and expansion of cochlear implant (CI) candidacy, particularly among older adults and individuals with sensorineural or asymmetric hearing loss, is explored. Factors contributing to the clinical effectiveness…More


Decision-IQ: A Case Study in the Management of Obesity

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Format: Decision-IQ

Maximum Credits: 0.25

Course Description: In this brief case-based activity, meet a 42-year-old woman with class 2 obesity who was recently diagnosed with diabetes. She is referred to your office because she is interested in weight-loss strategies. As you move through this activity, you will:Be directed to useful resources to help you make management decisions for this patientSee how your answers…More


Novel Treatment Modalities for Avascular Necrosis

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Format: Med-IQ Express

Maximum Credits: 0.25

Course Description: In this brief activity, available treatment modalities for avascular necrosis are discussed, including emerging therapies such as total talus replacement using 3D-printed prostheses.


On Their Own but Not Alone: Helping College-Aged Students Deal With Depression

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Format: E-Publication

Maximum Credits: 0.25

Course Description: This brief publication summarizes the risk factors for and prevalence of major depressive disorder (MDD) among college-aged students, as well as barriers to counseling services and treatment that college-aged students might experience. The goal of this activity is to provide a greater awareness of the challenges faced by college students with MDD and their…More


Mechanical Circulatory Support for Patients With Advanced Heart Failure: A Focus on Left Ventricular Assist Devices

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Format: Med-IQ Express

Maximum Credits: 0.25

Course Description: This brief CME publication explores clinical evidence for the use of left ventricular assist devices (LVADs) in patients with advanced heart failure. It also reviews the evolution of LVADs from first-generation to third-generation devices and discusses therapeutic indications and contraindications for LVADs. Additionally, in a short introductory video, a…More


Beyond Blood Sugars: Insights Into the Emotional Aspects of T1D

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Format: Webcast

Maximum Credits: 0.5

Course Description: Join diabetes experts Mark Heyman, PhD, and Jennifer Raymond, MD, as they discuss the common psychosocial issues experienced by individuals with type 1 diabetes (T1D) and how this disease affects quality of life and self-management. Learn more about establishing a rapport with your patients, identifying psychosocial issues, and providing additional support to…More


CGM 101: Strategies for Primary Care Providers and Ancillary Staff

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Format: Webcast

Maximum Credits: 0.5

Course Description: Join diabetes experts Alison Evert, MS, RD, CDE, and Anne Peters, MD, as they talk about how to start individuals with type 1 diabetes (T1D) on continuous glucose monitoring from the primary care perspective. Learn more about the different devices, their benefits and limitations, how to interpret the data, and billing and insurance coverage considerations.


CGM 101: The Patient Perspective

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Format: Webcast

Maximum Credits: 0.5

Course Description: Join diabetes experts Alison Evert, MS, RD, CDE, and Jay Shubrook, DO, as they discuss the patient perspective on starting continuous glucose monitoring (CGM). Learn more about the educational needs that individuals with type 1 diabetes (T1D) have when starting CGM, factors that may foster or limit their success with CGM, and common concerns that they may have…More


Insulin Pumps: What the Primary Care Clinician Needs to Know

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Format: Webcast

Maximum Credits: 0.5

Course Description: Join diabetes experts Anne Peters, MD, and Jay Shubrook, DO, to learn more about insulin pumps. Find out about the benefits and limitations of insulin pumps and how you can help interested patients with type 1 diabetes (T1D) get started on this type of therapy.


Patient Outcomes Beyond HbA1c in T1D Care

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Format: Webcast

Maximum Credits: 0.5

Course Description: Join diabetes experts Anne Peters, MD, and Jay Shubrook, DO, as they discuss measures other than HbA1c to evaluate the clinical outcomes of people with type 1 diabetes (T1D) and explore ways to help address common patient concerns, such as hypoglycemia, glucose variability, and diabetes distress.


The Latest News on T1D Medications

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Format: Webcast

Maximum Credits: 0.5

Course Description: Join diabetes experts Anne Peters, MD, and Jay Shubrook, DO, as they talk about the latest advances in treatments for type 1 diabetes (T1D). Explore established and newly available insulin formulations and the possible role of anti-hyperglycemic therapies used in type 2 diabetes for the management of type 1.


A Case Study on Successful Strategies for Managing Glucose and Nutrition Needs in a New Athlete Using an Insulin Pump

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Format: Webcast

Maximum Credits: 0.5

Course Description: In this activity, Drs. Laffel and Henske discuss the fear of hypoglycemia commonly associated with exercise in people with type 1 diabetes and mechanisms for avoiding hypoglycemia and ensuring safe physical activity, particularly for those just starting a new regimen.


Fundamentals of Exercise Physiology and T1D

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Format: Webcast

Maximum Credits: 0.75

Course Description: In this activity, Drs. Riddell and Gallen discuss the hormonal and metabolic response to various types of exercise and how those responses are different in the presence of type 1 diabetes. This program also explores the relationship between exercise and hyper- and hypoglycemia, as well as strategies for mitigating dysglycemia.


Fundamentals of Glucose and Insulin Management Before, During, and After Exercise for Patients with T1D

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Format: Webcast

Maximum Credits: 0.75

Course Description: In this activity, Drs. Laffel and Henske discuss strategies for managing insulin and nutrition with different types of exercise and ways in which clinicians can help their patients manage insulin and carbohydrate intake to mitigate hypoglycemia.


T1D, Exercise, and Hypoglycemia: A Case Study

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Format: Webcast

Maximum Credits: 0.5

Course Description: In this case study, Drs. Gallen and Riddell use a real-world example to discuss strategies for managing hypoglycemia with aerobic activity and describe the potential effects of adding resistance training before aerobic exercise for people with type 1 diabetes.


Type 1 Diabetes, Exercise, and Hyperglycemia: A Case Study

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Format: Webcast

Maximum Credits: 0.5

Course Description: In this case study, Drs. Henske and Kowalski use a real-world example to discuss strategies for managing hyperglycemia with aerobic activity and review important considerations for patients who experience hyperglycemia following exercise.



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