LIVESTREAM WEBINAR ONLY - 32nd Annual Diabetes Conference: Diabetes Today—Looking Beyond the Numbers!

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*Registration payment includes Credit Cards and Interfund Transfers ONLY.

Target Audience

Nurses, pharmacists, dietitians, diabetic educators, nurse practitioners, physician assistants, health coaches, and other interested healthcare professionals.


We are sorry that this program has reached our maximum capacity. We are unable to accept any registrations at this point. Thank you so much for your support! Please continue to stay safe and well and thank you for all that you do! Hope to see you at our next year's conference.

This event is jointly provided by Charlotte AHEC Nursing Education, Metrolina Association of Diabetes Educators (MADE), UNC-Charlotte School of Nursing & UNC-Chapel Hill Eshelman School of Pharmacy.

Online registration for this program will be closed on April 23 at 12 PM for this program or until we've reached our maximum capacity.

The 32nd Annual Diabetes Conference will be held as a Live Streaming Webinar Only on April 24, 2020!! Experts in diabetes care will discuss new evidence and best practices that will help healthcare providers provide optimal patient care.

Topics & Speakers

Implementing CGM into Practice, Dianna Isaacs, PharmD, AADE Educator of the Year

New Drugs on the Horizon, Dianna Isaacs, PharmD, AADE Educator of the Year

Circadian Rhythm & Diabetes, Jennifer Redlich, RD

Food Insecurities & Diabetes, Jodi Lavin-Tompkins, MSN, RN, CDE, BC-ADM

Holistic Management of Type 2 Diabetes, Rashim Gupta, MD

Advanced Management of Patients with an Insulin Pump, Linnet Steinman, RN, MSN, CDE

Diabetes and Cardiovascular Co-Morbidities, Eugene Wright, MD

Course Outcome
Attendees will be able to update their knowledge on new evidence and best practices that will help healthcare providers provide optimal patient care.

Webinar Information
Participants who are interested in taking this workshop as a webinar, please go to our webinar requirements page for more information and to test your computer and network your computer will be on prior to the class.

CE Credits

6.5 Continuing Nursing Education (CNE) Contact Hours including 1.75 contact hours of pharmacology will be provided to nurses who attend at least 90% of the conference. No partial credit will be provided.
Charlotte AHEC Nursing Education is a provider of continuing nursing education by the North Carolina Nurses Association, an accredited approver by the American Nurses Credentialing Center's Commission on Accreditation.

The University of North Carolina Eshelman School of Pharmacy is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Pharmacy Education as a provider of continuing pharmacy education.
The program ACPE# 0046-9999-20-094-L01-P (Pharmacist) provides 6.5 contact hours of continuing pharmacy education credit.

This activity has received prior approval by the Commission on Dietetic Registration for 6.5 hours Continuing Professional Education (CPE) credit – Activity #153491.

CEUs/Contact Hours
This activity fulfills the requirement of 0.7 Continuing Education Units (CEUs), representing 6.5 contact hours.


  • Discuss the clinical data supporting CGM use in people with diabetes.
  • Compare and contrast different types of CGM devices available for personal and professional use.
  • Utilize the ambulatory glucose profile and key metrics to systematically review a CGM report.
  • Describe how to use retrospective and real time CGM data to engage the patient with diabetes in self-management.
  • Describe medications recently approved and in the pipeline for Type 1 and Type 2 diabetes.
  • Compare and contrast new diabetes medications and formulations to what was previously available.
  • Discuss factors to consider when adding these new medications for specific patient populations
  • Discuss the impact of the circadian rhythm disruption on the development of Diabetes.
  • Define food insecurity and state how to best screen for it.
  • Describe how food insecurity affects diabetes management and outcomes.
  • Describe 3 ways diabetes care and education specialists have addressed food insecurity in their communities.
  • List 3 resources/tools available to help address food insecurity.
  • Discuss non-conventional and holistic approaches to managing Type 2 Diabetes.
  • Identify key concepts to assess when reviewing pump and CGM downloads
  • Identify typical basal, carb ratio, and correction/sentivity settings.
  • Discuss common issues with insulin pumps
  • Apply CGM concepts to assist people with diabetes to become more successful in their diabetes management.
  • Discuss the impact of Diabetes on cardiovascular health.
  • Discuss the Cardiovascular Outcome Trials (CVOT) results and the impact on treatment.
  • Discuss resources available to assist in clinical decision making.


Patricia McLellan BSN, RN, 704 512 6578


Continuing Education Credit

Apr 24, 2020
7:45 AM - 4:00 PM
Apr 24, 2020
7:45 AM - 4:00 PM
Check-In Time
7:15 AM
Apr 24, 2020
7:45 AM - 4:00 PM
Check-In Time
7:45 AM
Apr 24, 2020
7:45 AM - 4:00 PM
No fee for speakers or committee members (Code required)
Contact Hours
CNE Contact Hours