CE Credits are Now Available for DM Educate, Comprehensive Online Diabetes Management Course
DM Educate™, an online diabetes management course, was created by the University of Pittsburgh School of Pharmacy, in partnership with Novo Nordisk, to provide students with tools to meet the needs of patients with diabetes. Currently, 75 colleges and universities throughout the world are registered and using the course. The University of Pittsburgh School of Pharmacy has partnered with Educational Horizons, Inc. and CE City to provide 31 hours (3.1 CEUs) ACPE-approved continuing education credits for DM Educate.
DM Educate provides a multidisciplinary foundation for health professionals in the principles of diabetes management. With outstanding educators and practitioners from the fields of pharmacy, nursing, medicine, behavioral psychology, medical nutrition therapy and exercise physiology serving as faculty, DM Educate offers participants the opportunity to extend or reinforce their knowledge of issues relating to comprehensive diabetes management. The course is divided into five continuing education sections. Participants may complete as many of the sections as they wish up to 3.1 CEUs.
A fee of $125 per person for the credits covers the cost of the accreditation fees and the technology development. Discounts are available to organizations interested in purchasing the continuing education for a group of 100 or more. All registration, modules, evaluations and receipt of continuing education credits are completed online at http://www.pharmacy.pitt.edu/programs/ce/dme/default.html. For additional information please contact Cheri Hill, firstname.lastname@example.org or 412-648-9929.
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