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Diabetic hypoglycaemia: Recognising the under-recognised

CME erikoistumispisteet

Näiden koulutusten sisältö on Novo Nordiskista riippumattoman sisällöntuottajan tuottamaa. Osa koulutuksista on EACCME-akkreditoituja, joten niitä voidaan lukea hyväksi joidenkin erikoisalojen erikoistumisopinnoissa ja diabeteksen erityispätevyyttä suoritettaessa. Pisteiden kelpoisuus täytyy kuitenkin varmistaa kolutuksesta vastaavalta taholta. Novo Nordisk ei vastaa koulutusten sisällöstä. Osa koulutusten järjestäjistä vaatii luomaan erilliset tunnukset omalle sivustolleen. 

Springer Healthcare IME – in collaboration with our dedicated global network of scientific experts – designs, develops and delivers meaningful education that inspires healthcare professionals to maximize their learning and make measurable change in their own clinical practice. Our approach to thoughtful educational design includes adult learning strategies which ensure that our independent programs are impactful, relevant and engaging. The comprehensive suite of Springer Healthcare IME educational modules is underpinned by scientific integrity, innovative educational solutions, outcomes-driven objectives and our extensive CME heritage.


A blended independent educational program designed by Springer Healthcare IME, in collaboration with the International Hypoglycaemia Study Group (IHSG), for diabetes specialists, primary care physicians, and specialist diabetes nurses involved in the treatment and management of people with diabetes.


The new expert-led content includes:


• Interactive eLearning modules covering the appropriate introduction and monitoring of therapy to reduce the risk of hypoglycemia


• Case-focused webcast highlighting and discussing the different risk factors for hypoglycemia and how to manage these, where thee is an opportunity to submit your own cases for discussion



Made for: Diabetologists, Primary Care Physicians, Pharmacists, Nurses


Disease areas: Diabetes


Developed by: Springer