Virtual Course with Dr. Diana Isaacs| Insulin Therapy, Pumps, & CGM + CV Risk Reduction Strategies | Earn 4.0 CEs | $69

Dr. Diana Isaacs

Join Diana Isaacs, PharmD, BCPS, BC-ADM, BCACP, CDCES, and ADCES 2020 Diabetes Educator of the year as she reviews these important topics. As Diabetes Specialists, we are tasked with taking a leadership role in technology and cardiovascular risk reduction. Dr. Isaacs will address these topics with clinical insight and expert knowledge during these two virtual courses.

Virtual Course Webinar Dates | Earn 4.0 CEs

Session 1 | CV Risk Management with Pharmacology and Intensive Insulin Therapy on May 13, 2020, from 12:30 PM – 2:30 PM (PDT)

Session 2 | Continuous Glucose Monitoring and Insulin Pump Therapy on May 14 from 8:30 AM – 10:30 AM (PDT)

Determining basal and bolus rates plus the operation of insulin pumps and glucose sensors can seem overwhelming. Dr. Diana Isaacs will provide participants with a step-by-step approach to determine basal rates, bolus ratios, and how to problem-solve when blood glucose levels aren’t on target.  Included is a discussion on DKA recognition and an explanation of the safe use of technology in the hospital setting. She will discuss the features of available technologies, basic functions, and how to integrate these into our practice. She will review the benefits, considerations and critical information to share with clients and providers. 

In addition, Dr. Isaacs will describe the cardiovascular risk factors associated with diabetes. She will highlight how to incorporate the ADA CV Risk Reduction standards into practice with careful consideration of available pharmacologic interventions.

$69 | Earn 4 CEs

These sessions are also included in our Virtual Conference.

Objectives:

  1. Describe critical teaching content before starting insulin pump therapy
  2. Describe appropriate candidates for insulin pump therapy
  3. Discuss strategies to determine and fine-tune insulin pump basal rates.
  4. Discuss how to determine and fine-tune bolus rates including coverage for carbs and hyperglycemia.
  5. State important safety measures to prevent hyperglycemic crises.
  6. List inpatient considerations for insulin pump therapy and CGMs
  7. Discuss features of available professional and personal CGMs and insulin pumps.
  8. Describe CV risk factors associated with diabetes and future event prediction.
  9. List different pharmacologic approaches to mitigate CV events.

Speaker Bio for Diana Isaacs, PharmD, BCPS, BC-ADM, BCACP, CDCES

We are thrilled to welcome our guest speaker, Diana Isaacs, who will be joining our Virtual and Live Courses! Click here to enroll in the entire program

Dr. Isaacs was named 2020 AADE Diabetes Educator of the Year for her educational platform promoting the use of CGM for people with diabetes and other innovations.  Dr. Isaacs was awarded the Ohio Pharmacists Association Under 40 Award in 2019. Dr. Isaacs has served in leadership roles for several pharmacies and diabetes organizations. She has numerous diabetes publications and research projects with a focus on medications, CGM, and diabetes technology.

As the CGM Program Coordinator and clinical pharmacist specialist in the Cleveland Clinic Diabetes Center, Dr. Isaacs brings a wealth of clinical knowledge combined with extensive research experience to this program.


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