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Join Us at the 24th Annual Diabetes Day

Diabetes Day: Trends in Diabetes, is presented by the Cleveland Clinic Department of Endocrinology, Diabetes and Metabolism to provide up-to-date reviews of management strategies and research on the complications of diabetes. Key topic areas that will be addressed include reviews of the effect of hypoglycemia on the brain, new therapeutic options to manage diabetes and its complications, and current guidelines. The goal of this symposium is to increase your competence and clinical performance in treating diabetes and its complications and, ultimately, to improve patient outcomes.

Attendees Will Learn How To:

  • Describe the pharmacologic actions, side effect profiles, clinical trial data, and potential role of
    recently approved drugs for treating diabetes
  • Summarize research defining the pathophysiologic impact of diabetes on systems other than
    the pancreas and clinical strategies to minimize the risks
  • Compare the effectiveness of diets and exercise and their potential role in diabetes strategies
  • Compare the effectiveness of new and emerging therapies, devices, and clinical approaches to
    managing various diabetes and related conditions
  • Critically appraise the published data from large clinical trials and their use in supporting
    treatment guidelines

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 fourth 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.