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Medical Management of Type 1 Diabetes
Seventh Edition

29 CPEUs
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This CPE activity will enable you to create individualized, flexible treatment plans to optimize blood glucose control while accounting for diabetes complications, psychosocial factors, and the developmental state of each patient. Presents the latest guidelines for the comprehensive management of this disease and practical strategies to improve patient outcomes, including:

  • The latest developments in insulin administration, pump therapy, and CGM
  • Details about adjunctive therapies in type 1 diabetes
  • Updated information on the management and prevention of complications
  • Information on diabetes self-management education and support and psychosocial care
  • Psychosocial factors affecting adherence, quality of life, and well-being.

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Medical Management of Type 1 Diabetes
Seventh Edition

© 2024 Wolf Rinke Associates. All rights reserved for this self-directed accredited learning activity. Reproduction in whole or part without written permission, except for brief excerpts, is prohibited.


Upon completion of this accredited, self-directed learning program you will be able to:

  • Explain the classification, diagnosis criteria, and distinguishing characteristics of the major types of diabetes;
  • Integrate the philosophy and goals of patient self-management education and support and formulate a diabetes treatment plan;
  • Evaluate tools for diabetes therapy including medication and delivery devices;
  • Discuss the pathogenesis of diabetic ketoacidosis and recommend preventative strategies and patient care therapies;
  • Apply non-insulin adjunctive therapies;
  • Recommend testing goals for patients with diabetes;
  • Explain insulin-dependent survival skills;
  • Recommend sick-day management strategies;
  • Apply available insulin preparations and adjunctive therapies;
  • Discuss goals and benefits for self-monitoring of blood glucose;
  • Apply goals of medical nutrition therapy;
  • Explain pregnancy complications with type 1 diabetes;
  • Recommend goals for weight gain in pregnancy;
  • Educate patients about continuous subcutaneous insulin infusion therapy (CSII);
  • Counsel patients to make healthy carbohydrate, fat, and protein choices;
  • Formulate meal plans appropriate for patients with diabetes;
  • Explain health benefits and potential risks inherent in physical activity;
  • Recommend exercise safety guidelines;
  • Describe psychosocial factors affecting diabetes management and develop a plan to increase diabetes control;
  • Explain how diabetes increases risk for debilitating micro- and macro-vascular, and neurological complications;
  • Evaluate risk factors and lab tests of patients with diabetic nephropathy, retinopathy, and neuropathy.


CECILIA C. LOW WANG, MD, FACP, is an Associate Professor of Medicine and the Associate Director of Fellowship Education in the Division of Endocrinology, Diabetes, and Metabolism at the University of Colorado School of Medicine. She is also the director of the inpatient Glucose Management Team at the University of Colorado Hospital, and was Associate Editor of the American Diabetes Association book Diabetes Case Studies.

AVNI C. SHAH, MD, is a pediatric endocrinologist specializing type 1 diabetes. She most recently held the positions of Clinical Diabetes Medical Director and Clinical Assistant Professor in the Pediatric Endocrinology Division at Lucile Packard Children's Hospital Stanford. She completed her fellowship at Children's Hospital of Los Angeles. She currently works for the Type 1 Diabetes Exchange Quality Improvement Network.


Over the past 25 years Susan Burke March, MEd, RDN, LDN, CDE has made her personal passion for healthy living, and smart weight management her vocation.
Susan holds undergraduate and graduate degrees in nutrition and education, is a certified diabetes educator, and holds advanced certificates of training in Adult Weight Management (Levels 1 and 2), and Childhood and Adolescent Weight Management.
Susan has served as Chief Clinical Nutrition Manager at Mt. Sinai Hospital of Queens, New York, and is the former Vice President of Nutrition and Chief Nutritionist for eDiets.com, a leader in the online weight management program arena. She led the nutritional development of a roster of healthy weight programs and spearheaded the development of unprecedented features and services that today are commonplace in the online weight management industry.
Susan served on the board of the Weight Management Dietetic Practice Group of the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics, and as a spokesperson for the Florida Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics.
Susan is the author of the practical and informative book Making Weight Control Second Nature: Living Thin Naturally (Mansion Grove House, 2009) and the accompanying 26-CPEU study guide published by Wolf Rinke Associates (2010).
She and her husband Ken are currently living and studying Spanish in Ecuador’s third largest city, Cuenca, where she is the weekly Nutrition and Health Columnist for CuencaHighlife.com, and blogs on SecondNatureNutrition.com about Ecuadorian food, health issues, and nutrition news for the expat community.

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