This online course encompasses 'Complete Diabetes Care' that is scheduled for 12 months from the date of registration. The course will consist of 6 text modules and 6 video lectures covering the module contents that will be unlocked alternatively every other month. The course will also conduct a bi-monthly post-test based on each module and its video lecture. The text-based portion will enhance the knowledge and skills of the physician while the video lectures serve to reinforce key points.
An online final examination is administered upon successful completion of all six units of study. The final grade is a culmination of the bimonthly post tests and the final online examination for which the participant must receive a score of at least 70% to be eligible for the Certificate of Postgraduate Course in Advanced Diabetes.
As a result of their participation in this course, learners will:
This course is intended for those Physician who would like to improve the management of diabetes for better patient outcomes in their general practice.
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A. Enrique Caballero A. Enrique Caballero is an Endocrinologist, Clinical Investigator and Educator. He is the Faculty Director of International Innovation Programs and Faculty Director of Diabetes Education in the Office for External Education at Harvard Medical School. He directs the development and implementation of programs in the field of diabetes and related disorders that benefit health care professionals and patients around the world.