A new free CME-accredited e-learning course - ‘Improving long-term outcomes in obese individuals with prediabetes or diabetes’

tirsdag 05. august 2014 13:04

A new free CME-accredited e-learning course ‘Improving long-term outcomes in obese individuals with prediabetes or diabetes’ is now available at https://www.intmedpress.com/targeting_obesity/. The course was developed by Professors Arne Astrup, Nicholas Finer and Lawrence Leiter and uses expert presentation, case studies and interactive elements, to discuss the efficacy of lifestyle, pharmacological and surgical approaches to weight management.

 About this programme

Drawing on the latest clinical evidence, this e-learning programme presents information on new and emerging therapies for effective weight management, to help improve the day-to-day care of people with obesity and obesity-related diseases. This website provides healthcare professionals with free, CME-accredited information in a highly interactive and easy-to-follow format.

Accreditation

This programme has been awarded 1 CME credit by the European Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education and 1 SCOPE point by the World Obesity Federation

 

Courses

Improving long-term outcomes in obese individuals with prediabetes or diabetes

Authors: Arne Astrup, Nicholas Finer, Lawrence Leiter

Using expert presentation, case studies and interactive elements, this course discusses the efficacy of lifestyle, pharmacological and surgical approaches to weight management, and considers the potential benefits of these strategies beyond weight loss alone.

Learning objectives

Upon completion of this course, participants will be able to:

  • Advise individuals about effective weight management strategies 
  • Explain to people with obesity the potential benefits of new and emerging pharmacotherapies for weight management
  • Adopt a tailored treatment approach that considers all cardiometabolic risk factors for people with obesity and type 2 diabetes

 

Norsk forening for fedmeforskning - Org.nr.: 982096391 - Bankkontonummer: 9235.17.87246 - E-post

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