This module consists of a 25 minute talk by Prof Steve Davies (Consultant Endocrinologist) on lifestyle interventions in the prevention and treatment of type 2 diabetes. On successful completion of all 5 questions, you'll receive a one hour CPD Certificate.
Diabetes is a big problem. In the UK alone, 3.5 million people are diagnosed with diabetes and it is predicted that over 500,000 people have yet to be diagnosed with the condition.
Since over 90% of those with diabetes are either overweight or obese, it is clear that the two are linked. Diabetes is not just a metabolic disorder of glycemic control, but translates into increased cardiovascular risk. Therefore, diabetes has become a global epidemic that incurs huge costs to the healthcare sector and premature mortality.
This module, which consists of a 20-25 minute talk by Prof Steve Davies (Consultant Endocrinologist), explores the potential of lifestyle interventions in the prevention and treatment of type 2 diabetes.
Once you complete the resource - and achieve the minimum pass rate of 60% - you'll be awarded with a downloadable one hour CPD Certificate, which you can print or upload to your CPD Portfolio.
On completion of all 5 multiple choice questions, you will have an improved understanding of:
Available all year round with 24/7 online access and unlimited resists, you'll be able to learn around your busy schedule and get to grips with your CPD modules whenever and wherever you’d like - all you need is an internet connection!
Our CPD modules are written and edited by medical experts within their specialist fields, who have pedigrees in postgraduate education. Questions are reviewed on a regular basis to ensure that they remain relevant and up-to-date with new guidelines.
As a healthcare professional it's important for you to continuously expand on your clinical knowledge, skills and abilities. Our CPD modules will help you achieve this by providing you with a full explanation of answers, further reading, and the option to reflect using our online notes system.