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Join Us at the 22nd Annual Diabetes Day

Diabetes Day: Lifestyle, Therapy, and Technology is a CME-certified educational symposium presented by the Cleveland Clinic Department of Endocrinology, Diabetes and Metabolism. The symposium will provide up-to-date reviews of advances in management strategies for patients with diabetes. Key topic areas include the pathobiology of diabetes complications, new oral agents, diabetes control, and current guideline recommendations.

Attendees Will Learn How To:

  • Review the renal and cardiac effects associated with SGLT-2 inhibitors
  • Discuss the potential roles of PCSK-9 inhibitors and fibrates in diabetes therapy
  • Summarize the effect of GLP-1 agonists and DPP4 inhibitors on cardiovascular outcomes
  • Review the use of continuous glucose monitoring
  • Discuss data on the role of artificial pancreas devices in diabetes therapy
  • Debate the effectiveness of treatment strategies, including gastric bypass, for weight management in diabetes
  • Evaluate the risk of hypoglycemia in diabetes strategies
  • Discuss the effectiveness of diets, carbohydrates, and vitamin D in diabetes therapy

Who Should Attend?

This activity is designed for primary care physicians, endocrinologists, diabetes educators, nurses, nurse practitioners, physician assistants, dietitians, and other health care professionals who care for patients with diabetes.

About Cleveland Clinic Endocrinology and Metabolism Institute

Ranked third in the nation by U.S. News & World Report, the Endocrinology and Metabolism Institute (EMI) is committed to providing the highest quality health care for patients with diabetes, endocrine and metabolic disorders, and obesity. Our staff is dedicated to exploring ways to improve the care of these patients and to teaching the best methods for treating them.

Our institute caregivers work together to provide the finest care in the country. Over 30 staff physicians, 18 fellows, and more than 80 nurses, medical assistants, diabetes educators, secretaries, patient service representatives, coders, administrators and managers work in EMI’s departments and centers to ensure streamlined diagnosis and treatment of our patients. The institute includes the oldest subspecialty at Cleveland Clinic, and continues a steady rise to be among the best treatment providers of diabetes and endocrine conditions in the nation.