Type 2 diabetes continues to rise as a major public health epidemic in the United States and worldwide, resulting in multiple organ damage, amputation, and shortened lifespan. The CDC estimates that 1 in 3 Americans will have diabetes by 2050. Healthcare practitioners have a key role in treating patients with diabetes and counseling them about self-care. With new information constantly emerging on the benefits of diabetes drugs, continuing medical education (CME) is an important means of keeping clinicians up to date on important diabetes advances. Our diabetes CME and CE programs play a crucial role in educating medical professionals by leveraging the expertise of diabetes specialists to increase the knowledge and skills of practitioners so that they are better able to diagnosis and manage patients with type 2 diabetes.

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