Clinical Management of Diabetes

Supplied by: Mastercourse Diabetes

Created for HCPs working in primary care, our 12-week Mastercourse in the Clinical Management of Diabetes will allow you to focus on clinically relevant areas of diabetes for the management of patients with diabetes.

Useful for GP and practice nurse diabetes leads needing to undertake regular educational updates, demonstrating adequate knowledge and skills during their annual appraisal.

£475.00

Course Information

Learna, through our education platforms Diploma MSc and StudyPRN, is an award winning provider of online learning. We provide high-quality medical education globally.

This RCGP (Royal College of General Practitioners) accredited Mastercourse has been created for health professionals who work in primary care. It will allow you to focus on clinically relevant areas of diabetes that will help develop the management of patients with the disease. The course is delivered by eminent national experts in diabetes education: Prof. Steve Davies, Endocrinologist; and Dr. Atul Kalhan, Consultant in Diabetes & Endocrinology.

Why choose to study with us?

  • Online flexible learning allows you to study when it suits you.
  • 12-week part-time course to fast-track your diabetes knowledge.
  • High quality education.
  • Respected faculty with expertise in diabetes.
  • Innovative educational delivery.
  • 120 hours of CPD.
  • Accredited by Royal College of General Practitioners (RCGP).
  • On successful completion of this course, you will attain a certificate to include in your CPD development portfolio.

Course Subjects

The online course lasts for twelve weeks and is structured around ten subjects:

  1. Epidemiology, diagnosis and classification
  2. Pathophysiology of diabetes
  3. Oral therapies
  4. Injectable therapies
  5. Complications of diabetes: Macrovascular disease
  6. Complications of diabetes: Microvascular disease
  7. Diabetes in special circumstances: Pregnancy, adolescence and elderly
  8. Diabetic emergencies
  9. Diabetes patient education
  10. Diabetes management: socio-economic impact and judicious use of resources

Each week we address a new subject using:

  • An introductory talk on the topic by Dr Kalhan/Prof Steve Davies
  • Two or more clinically rich cases
  • You will be given the opportunity and be expected to discuss the cases within the discussion forum
  • An explanatory discussion/model answer video to watch covering the clinically rich cases
  • An individual activity for you to complete
  • Reflective portfolio questions for you to complete
  • A summative assessment to test your knowledge

In the final two weeks, candidates are:

  • Expected to review all material covered across all ten subjects, before;
  • Sitting their final summative exam of 30 randomly selected questions across all ten subjects

Feedback

"I find the course very good, especially because of the way it`s been taught. The pragmatic approach of learning by case cluster is an advantage for this course".

Dr Hermann Thierry Grah