[Diabetes Trends] Novel Pharmacological Approaches to Treating Post-Prandial Hyperglycemia in Type 2 Diabetes
This webcast will review the barriers to treatment intensification and implement strategies to overcome them. The activity will also outline the rationale, safety, and efficacy of fixed-ratio GLP-1 RA + basal insulin agents and discuss strategies for integrating them into treatment regimens for patients with T2DM.
Recognize the barriers to treatment intensification and implement strategies to overcome them
Outline the rationale, safety, and efficacy for fixed-ratio GLP-1 RA and basal insulin agents
- Integrate fixed-ratio GLP1 RA and basal insulin agents for the treatment of patients with T2DM
Activity Launch Date - 12/20/18
Expiration Date - 12/20/19
The Diabetes Trends webcast series was adapted from a series of live programs presented in the Fall of 2018 in collaboration with the Nurse Practitioner Healthcare Foundation (NPHF). The goal of Diabetes Trends was to foster collaboration, share best practices and provide a forum for peer-to-peer interaction among primary care physicians and advanced practice providers who are actively engaged in the clinical care of diabetes patients.
This activity was originally presented as the third session in the Diabetes Trends series. Find other activities from this series on our website:
- [Session 1] Considerations for Advancing Treatment After Metformin
- [Session 2] How to Select and Start Insulin in Patients with Type 2 Diabetes: A Hands-on Demonstration
- [Session 3] Novel Pharmacological Approaches to Treating Post-Prandial Hyperglycemia in Type 2 Diabetes: Fixed-Ratio GLP-1 RA and Basal Insulin Combinations
- [Session 4] Continuous Glucose Monitoring: Implications for Primary Care in Management of Type 2 Diabetes
- [Session 5] Treating Diabetes Beyond A1C: Considerations for Cardiovascular Protection
Supporter Acknowledgment Statement
This activity is supported by an independent educational grant from Merck.
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