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This thematic course consisting of 3 expert video commentaries and a real clinical case simulation, explores the new paradigm of diabetes as a multimorbidity chronic disease continuum. The American Association of Clinical Endocrinologists (AACE) defines the dysglycemia-based chronic disease (DBCD) multimorbidity care model consisting of four distinct stages along the insulin resistance-prediabetes-type 2 diabetes (T2D) spectrum that are actionable in a preventive care paradigm to reduce the potential impact of T2D, cardiometabolic risk, and cardiovascular (CV) events. This model encourages positioning lifestyle medicine that includes MNT and healthy lifestyle and behavior not only as the first algorithmic step, but also as the central, pervasive action to decrease the risk of metabolic drivers (abnormal adiposity and euglycemic insulin resistance and resultant beta cell dysfunction. The course also highlights the role of structured lifestyle changes and MNT as preventive strategies to mitigate risk of progression to next disease stage i.e., T2D. Each element of the course is a logical transition to the next and altogether this thematic course presents a blended approach using theory and practical learning to enhance learning outcomes and effectiveness.

Course rating: 4.4(5)
Season No: 2
Course Duration (in mins): 45
Course No: 1
Scorm Points: 10
Video Points: 10
PDF Points: 0
Certificate Points: 0

This thematic course consisting of 3 expert video commentaries and a real clinical case simulation, explores the pathological and clinical impact of chronic hyperglycemia and glucotoxicity on increased risk of serious macro- and microvascular complications. For patients who are not meeting glycemic targets balance among efficacy in lowering A1C, side effects, and costs must be carefully weighed in considering treatment intensification and adherence to MNT and lifestyle. The experts in this series will discuss the role of personalized approach tailored to the management of T2D with individual comorbidities. MNT and diabetes self-management education are integral parts of the treatment and self-management of diabetes. Failure to implement such strategies will increase pharmacological requirements or result in suboptimal glycemic control. This course will determine the effectiveness and clinical evidence of MNT and lifestyle in improving glycemic control, reducing risk of CV, renal and macro- and microvascular complications. Each course element is synchronized to continue to build on the narrative and designed as a blended approach using theory and practical learning to enhance learning outcomes and effectiveness.

Season No: 2
Course Duration (in mins): 45
Course No: 2
Scorm Points: 10
Video Points: 10
PDF Points: 0
Certificate Points: 0

This thematic course consisting of 5 expert video commentaries explores the unique clinical challenges faced by patients with T2D and additional physiological state of demand. It is well-documented that MNT can improve glycemic control by reducing A1C and, when used with other components of diabetes care, can further improve clinical and metabolic outcomes, resulting in reduced comorbidities and hospitalizations. The goals of MNT in diabetes management are generally twofold: to maintain or improve quality of life and nutritional and physiological health and to delay or prevent long-term complications of diabetes and associated comorbid conditions. Each course element is focused to review the role of MNT and structured lifestyle along with pharmacological therapy in improved diabetes management and reduced risk of serious complications or unsatisfactory outcomes.

Season No: 2
Course Duration (in mins): 60
Course No: 3
Scorm Points: 10
Video Points: 10
PDF Points: 0
Certificate Points: 0

From control to remission in T2DM: new insights on the integral role of individualized MNT and DSNF

Learning Objectives:

  1. Understand the new clinical concept of type 2 diabetes remission
  2. Learn the recommendations and principles of MNT in improving diabetes control and diabetes remission
  3. Understand key components of MNT and diabetes-specific nutrition formula and their impact on patient outcomes
Season No: 1
Course Duration (in mins): 0
Course No: 0
Scorm Points: 0
Video Points: 0
PDF Points: 0
Certificate Points: 0

Getting T2DM patients to reach glycemic and metabolic goals: case-based practical strategies to implement MNT in the clinic

Learning Objectives:

  1. Understand the relation between metabolic syndrome, diet, and cardiovascular risk
  2. Learn adoption and implementation of MNT with help of case approach
  3. Assess the role of transcultural Diabetes Nutrition Algorithm in individualizing MNT
  4. Discuss the dietary interventions and diabetes-specific nutrition formula for the management of patients with cardiovascular disease and diabetes mellitus
Season No: 1
Course Duration (in mins): 0
Course No: 0
Scorm Points: 0
Video Points: 0
PDF Points: 0
Certificate Points: 0

Looking beyond dietary restriction: integrating MNT early to protect against the progression of diabetic kidney disease (DKD)

Learning Objectives:

  1. Acknowledge the importance of screening and early recognition of patients with diabetes and kidney dysfunction
  2. Understand the role of MNT in the prognosis and progression of kidney dysfunction and nutritional status of patients
  3. Learn how to optimize MNT in patients with DKD
Season No: 1
Course Duration (in mins): 0
Course No: 0
Scorm Points: 0
Video Points: 0
PDF Points: 0
Certificate Points: 0

This thematic course, consisting of 3 expert video commentaries and a real clinical case simulation, explores the new paradigm of diabetes as a multimorbidity chronic disease continuum. The mentor lectures focusses on simplifying the dysglycemia-based chronic disease (DBCD) model and establish the role of MNT and structured lifestyle in primordial and primary prevention of T2D. The lecture will also focus on discussing the practical aspects of MNT planning and methods to assess impact in real patients with potential for prevention of advanced disease stage and reduce risk of serious micro- and macrovascular complications. The case simulation highlights the importance of a care plan – performing an initial nutritional assessment and resolving patient barriers in adoption of Medical Nutrition Therapy. Each learning module is a logical transition to the next and altogether the series blends in theory and practical learning to enhance learning outcomes and effectiveness.

Course rating: 5.0(1)
Season No: 2
Course Duration (in mins): 45
Course No: 1
Scorm Points: 10
Video Points: 10
PDF Points: 0
Certificate Points: 0
This thematic course consisting of 3 expert video commentaries and a real clinical case simulation, explores the pathological and clinical impact of poorly controlled diabetes, chronic hyperglycemia and the resultant glucotoxic effects. The experts in this series will discuss the role of personalized approach tailored to management of T2D with comorbidities and inadequate glycemic control to prevent serious renal and CV complications. This course will determine the effectiveness and clinical evidence of MNT and lifestyle in improving glycemic control, reducing risk of CV, renal and macro- and microvascular complications. The peer lecture will focus on devising nutritional strategies and optimizing diet and DSNF for improved outcomes. Each course element is synchronized to continue to build on the narrative and has been designed as a blended approach using theory and practical learning to enhance learning outcomes and effectiveness.
Season No: 2
Course Duration (in mins): 45
Course No: 2
Scorm Points: 10
Video Points: 10
PDF Points: 0
Certificate Points: 0
This thematic course consisting of 5 expert video commentaries explores the unique clinical challenges faced by patients with T2D and additional physiological state of demand. The goals of MNT in diabetes management are generally twofold: to maintain or improve quality of life and nutritional and physiological health and to delay or prevent long-term complications of diabetes and associated comorbid conditions. Each course element is focused to review the role of MNT and structured lifestyle along with pharmacological therapy in improved diabetes management and reduced risk of serious complications or unsatisfactory outcomes. The course will also impart practical aspects of nutritional assessment, planning, outcome evaluation, and monitoring in patients with T2D and complexities.
Season No: 2
Course Duration (in mins): 60
Course No: 3
Scorm Points: 10
Video Points: 10
PDF Points: 0
Certificate Points: 0

MNT rule book: case-based practical lessons for individualized MNT and DSNF for improving energy balance, glycemia, weight, and CV risk

Learning Objectives:

  1. Understand the underlying pathological pathways involving nutrition, inflammation, dysglycemia, and cardiovascular risk factors
  2. Assess the role of transcultural Diabetes Nutrition Algorithm
  3. Discuss the dietary interventions and DSNF for the management of patients with diabetes-specific nutrition formula and diabetes mellitus
Season No: 1
Course Duration (in mins): 0
Course No: 0
Scorm Points: 0
Video Points: 0
PDF Points: 0
Certificate Points: 0

Revisiting challenges with renal diets – optimizing medical nutrition therapy (MNT) in patients at risk of progression of diabetic kidney disease (DKD)

Learning Objectives:

  1. Understand the recent advances in the pathology of diabetes-associated kidney disease
  2. Discuss the need for timely recognition and initiation of stage-specific dietary interventions for slowing deterioration of kidney function
  3. Advise and improve adherence to recommended renal-specific dietary strategies in patients with diabetes and associated kidney disease
Season No: 1
Course Duration (in mins): 0
Course No: 0
Scorm Points: 0
Video Points: 0
PDF Points: 0
Certificate Points: 0


Season No: 1
Course Duration (in mins): 0
Course No: 0
Scorm Points: 0
Video Points: 0
PDF Points: 0
Certificate Points: 0


Season No: 1
Course Duration (in mins): 0
Course No: 0
Scorm Points: 0
Video Points: 0
PDF Points: 0
Certificate Points: 0

This thematic course, consisting of 3 expert video commentaries and a real clinical case simulation, explores the new paradigm of diabetes as a multimorbidity chronic disease continuum. The mentor lectures focusses on simplifying the dysglycemia-based chronic disease (DBCD) model and establish the role of MNT and structured lifestyle in primordial and primary prevention of T2D. The lecture will also focus on discussing the practical aspects of MNT planning and methods to assess impact in real patients with potential for prevention of advanced disease stage and reduce risk of serious micro- and macrovascular complications. The case simulation highlights the importance of a care plan – performing an initial nutritional assessment and resolving patient barriers in adoption of Medical Nutrition Therapy. Each learning module is a logical transition to the next and altogether the series blends in theory and practical learning to enhance learning outcomes and effectiveness.

Season No: 2
Course Duration (in mins): 45
Course No: 1
Scorm Points: 0
Video Points: 0
PDF Points: 0
Certificate Points: 0

Objective: Establish the evidence and build consideration of MNT and structured lifestyle as a first-line strategy for tighter glycemic control and secondary prevention of serious comorbid complications in patients with poorly controlled diabetes

Description:
This thematic course consisting of 2 expert and 1 peer led video commentaries and a real clinical case simulation, explores the pathological and clinical impact of poorly controlled  diabetes, chronic hyperglycemia and resultant glucotoxic effects. The experts in this series will discuss the role of personalised approach tailored to management of T2D with comorbidities, inadequate glycemic control to prevent serious renal and CV complications. This course will determine the effectiveness and clinical evidence of MNT and lifestyle in improving glycemic control, reduce risk of CV, renal and macro and microvascular complications. The peer lecture will focus on devising nutritional strategies and optimize diet and DSNF for improved outcomes. Each course element is synchronized to continue to build on the narrative and designed as a blended approach using theory and practical learning to enhance learning outcomes and effectiveness.


Season No: 2
Course Duration (in mins): 45
Course No: 2
Scorm Points: 0
Video Points: 0
PDF Points: 0
Certificate Points: 0

Objective: Establish the evidence and build consideration of MNT and structured lifestyle for management of patients with T2D and unique clinical presentation or unique needs

Description: 

This thematic course consisting of 3 expert video commentaries and 2 peer led commentaries, explores the unique clinical challenges faced by patients with T2D and additional physiological state of demand. The goals of MNT in diabetes management are generally twofold: to maintain or improve quality of life and nutritional and physiological health and to delay or prevent long-term complications of diabetes and associated comorbid conditions. Each course element is focused to review the role of MNT and structured lifestyle along with pharmacological therapy in improved diabetes management and reduced risk of serious complications or unsatisfactory outcomes. The course will also impart practical aspects of nutritional assessment, planning , outcome evaluation and monitoring in patients with T2D and complexities.


Season No: 2
Course Duration (in mins): 60
Course No: 3
Scorm Points: 0
Video Points: 0
PDF Points: 0
Certificate Points: 0

MNT rule book: case-based practical lessons for individualized MNT and DSNF for improving energy balance, glycemia, weight, and CV risk

Learning Objectives:

  1. Understand the underlying pathological pathways involving nutrition, inflammation, dysglycemia, and cardiovascular risk factors
  2. Assess the role of transcultural Diabetes Nutrition Algorithm
  3. Discuss the dietary interventions and DSNF for the management of patients with diabetes-specific nutrition formula and diabetes mellitus
Season No: 1
Course Duration (in mins): 0
Course No: 0
Scorm Points: 0
Video Points: 0
PDF Points: 0
Certificate Points: 0

Revisiting challenges with renal diets – optimizing medical nutrition therapy (MNT) in patients at risk of progression of diabetic kidney disease (DKD)

Learning Objectives:

  1. Understand the recent advances in the pathology of diabetes-associated kidney disease
  2. Discuss the need for timely recognition and initiation of stage-specific dietary interventions for slowing deterioration of kidney function
  3. Advise and improve adherence to recommended renal-specific dietary strategies in patients with diabetes and associated kidney disease
Season No: 1
Course Duration (in mins): 0
Course No: 0
Scorm Points: 0
Video Points: 0
PDF Points: 0
Certificate Points: 0

From control to remission in T2DM: new insights on the integral role of individualized MNT and DSNF

Learning Objectives:

  1. Understand the new clinical concept of type 2 diabetes remission
  2. Learn the recommendations and principles of MNT in improving diabetes control and diabetes remission
  3. Understand key components of MNT and diabetes-specific nutrition formula and their impact on patient outcomes
Season No: 1
Course Duration (in mins): 0
Course No: 0
Scorm Points: 0
Video Points: 0
PDF Points: 0
Certificate Points: 0

Getting T2DM patients to reach glycemic and metabolic goals: case-based practical strategies to implement MNT in the clinic

Learning Objectives:

  1. Understand the relation between metabolic syndrome, diet, and cardiovascular risk
  2. Learn adoption and implementation of MNT with help of case approach
  3. Assess the role of transcultural Diabetes Nutrition Algorithm in individualizing MNT
  4. Discuss the dietary interventions and diabetes-specific nutrition formula for the management of patients with cardiovascular disease and diabetes mellitus
Season No: 1
Course Duration (in mins): 0
Course No: 0
Scorm Points: 0
Video Points: 0
PDF Points: 0
Certificate Points: 0

MNT rule book: case-based practical lessons for individualized MNT and DSNF for improving energy balance, glycemia, weight, and CV risk

Learning Objectives:

  1. Understand the underlying pathological pathways involving nutrition, inflammation, dysglycemia, and cardiovascular risk factors
  2. Assess the role of transcultural Diabetes Nutrition Algorithm
  3. Discuss the dietary interventions and DSNF for the management of patients with diabetes-specific nutrition formula and diabetes mellitus
Course rating: 5.0(1)
Season No: 1
Course Duration (in mins): 0
Course No: 0
Scorm Points: 0
Video Points: 0
PDF Points: 0
Certificate Points: 0

Revisiting challenges with renal diets – optimizing medical nutrition therapy (MNT) in patients at risk of progression of diabetic kidney disease (DKD)

Learning Objectives:

  1. Understand the recent advances in the pathology of diabetes-associated kidney disease
  2. Discuss the need for timely recognition and initiation of stage-specific dietary interventions for slowing deterioration of kidney function
  3. Advise and improve adherence to recommended renal-specific dietary strategies in patients with diabetes and associated kidney disease
Season No: 1
Course Duration (in mins): 0
Course No: 0
Scorm Points: 0
Video Points: 0
PDF Points: 0
Certificate Points: 0
Season No: 2
Course Duration (in mins): 0
Course No: 0
Scorm Points: 0
Video Points: 10
PDF Points: 0
Certificate Points: 0
Season No: 1
Course Duration (in mins): 0
Course No: 0
Scorm Points: 0
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PDF Points: 0
Certificate Points: 0
Season No: 1
Course Duration (in mins): 0
Course No: 0
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PDF Points: 0
Certificate Points: 0
Season No: 1
Course Duration (in mins): 0
Course No: 0
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PDF Points: 0
Certificate Points: 0
Season No: 1
Course Duration (in mins): 0
Course No: 0
Scorm Points: 0
Video Points: 0
PDF Points: 0
Certificate Points: 0

Objective: Establish the evidence and build consideration of MNT and structured lifestyle for management of patients with T2D and unique clinical presentation or unique needs

Description: 

This thematic course consisting of 3 expert video commentaries and 2 peer led commentaries, explores the unique clinical challenges faced by patients with T2D and additional physiological state of demand. The goals of MNT in diabetes management are generally twofold: to maintain or improve quality of life and nutritional and physiological health and to delay or prevent long-term complications of diabetes and associated comorbid conditions. Each course element is focused to review the role of MNT and structured lifestyle along with pharmacological therapy in improved diabetes management and reduced risk of serious complications or unsatisfactory outcomes. The course will also impart practical aspects of nutritional assessment, planning , outcome evaluation and monitoring in patients with T2D and complexities.


Season No: 1
Course Duration (in mins): 0
Course No: 0
Scorm Points: 0
Video Points: 0
PDF Points: 0
Certificate Points: 0