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Services include conference highlights, round table discussions,
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The hub includes a practical guide to treatment, a drug category
overview and interactive patient case studies for GPs, as well as a
roundtable discussion between two diabetes specialists. Lastly, an
article written based on the opinions and advice provided by a select
panel of experts, is hosted on the hub where the challenges in the
clinical management of type 2 diabetes are discussed.
On the 'Practical guide to treatment ' page, the reader can walk
through an interactive algorithm that is based on the most recent
national and international guidelines on the management of type 2
diabetes and the associated comorbidities. This allows the GP to think
about a holistic approach to patient management.
On the 'Drug category overview' page, the reader can view key points
on the efficacy and safety profiles of type 2 diabetes drugs.
The 'interactive patient case studies' follow two patients over a
period of 6-10 years where the user is asked to make decisions on
managing their condition.
The 'roundtable discussion' is a conversation between Dr Patrick
Holmes, a GPwSI in diabetes based in the UK and Dr Marcel Kaiser, an
internist and diabetologist from Germany. In the video, the Dr Holmes
and Dr Kaiser cover points such as why the role of the primary care
physician in the management of type 2 diabetes is more important than
Made for: Primary Care Physicians
Disease areas: Diabetes
Developed by: M3