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Managing Diabetes Care: Insulin Pump Therapy and Carb Counting

Event Details

Date Tuesday, October 29, 2019
Time 8:00am - 9:00am
Cost $20.00 Per person.
Location St. Anthony Regional Hospital Education Center
311 South Clark St
Surgery Center, 4th Floor
Carroll, 51401
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Payment Note:
No fee assigned for St. Anthony staff.

Program Description
This two-part series will inform healthcare professionals who provide diabetes care in any setting about the latest treatment strategies for glycemic control to help patients achieve optimum health outcomes. Light refreshments will be provided.

Learning Objectives
Upon completion of this session, the participant will be able to:
•Describe the role of carbohydrate counting in relation to insulin pump use.
•Identify what foods consist of carbohydrates.
•Translate grams of carbohydrate into carbohydrate choices.
•Describe how recent developments in insulin pump and continuous glucose monitoring (CGM) technology are changing glycemic management for people with diabetes.
•Describe ways to overcome barriers of integrating diabetes technology options into clinic and acute care work flow.

Sasha Bloyer, RD LD
Deb Dieter, RN CDE
St. Anthony Chronic Care Center

Continuing Nursing Education
1 Contact Hour
IBN Provider #72, St. Anthony Regional Hospital

Cancellation/Refund Policy
A fee of $10 will be retained for cancellations received less than 48 hours prior to the course. Registration is transferrable to another person or session. Cancellations must be called to the Education Department at 712-794-5243.

St. Anthony reserves the right to cancel the program due to insufficient enrollment. If this occurs, participants' entire registration fee will be refunded.

St. Anthony Education Center St. Francis and Clare Rooms, fourth floor of the Surgery Building.
Parking is available in the garage on the lower levels of the Education Center-Surgery Building.

Special thanks to the St. Anthony Chronic Care Center Team for providing this learning opportunity to improve healthcare services for people living with diabetes.

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