Join us for one-hour live online seminars and 1-2 hour recorded sessions that provide CME/CE credit. Presented by experts, these online education sessions discuss what's new, as well as, describe practical tools to use with your patients with diabetes. Sessions are intended for physicians, nurse practitioners, physician assistants, nurses, dentists, dietitians, diabetes program coordinators, and other health care professionals.
Accredited Sponsors: IHS Clinical Support Center, IHS Nutrition and Dietetics Training Program, and IHS Division of Oral Health.
Each session is approved for 1-2 hours of AMA PRA Category 1 CME/CE credit. All sessions are at no cost to participants.
Note: Most live sessions are recorded and made available as recorded CME/CE sessions on the table below.
Upcoming Live Online Education
Tuesday, September 20, 2016 *
3pm - 4:30pm EDT / 2pm - 3:30pm CDT / 1pm - 2:30pm MDT / 12pm - 1:30pm PDT / 11am - 12:30pm AKDT
Exercise Update for Diabetes Treatment and Prevention Professionals
Ralph LaForge, MS, CLS, FNLA
* this session is 1½ hours in length and is approved for 1 ½ hours of CME/CE
Registration is not required. Use the Join Session button at the time of the training to join the session.
Information about the training:
Session Information: This seminar will provide an update to key topics in applied exercise science for those working with both apparently healthy and those with health risk including obesity, hypertension, prediabetes, diabetes, and cardiovascular disease. Current research supporting physical activity recommendations will be discussed with practical recommendations for increasing physical activity for all ages. Topics include new 2016 ACSM guidelines for screening patients for exercise programming, new research on physical activity trackers, the value of light exercise in those who otherwise cannot engage in moderate-vigorous activity, estimating energy costs of activity, exercise and fat weight reduction, the value of yogic exercise in diabetes and CVD, and an assortment of applied exercise research findings over the last 12 months. A summary of the overall 2016 physical activity guidelines and recommendations for all Americans will also be included.
Use the Join Session button at the time of the training to join the session.
Wednesday, October 5
CDC Diabetes Prevention Project
Ann Albright, PhD, RD
Wednesday, November 16
Chris Lamer, PharmD, MHS, BCPS, CDE
Recorded CME/CE Education
Choose from a variety of topics on diabetes care grouped by subjects in the tabbed table below. To earn CME/CE credit for recorded online trainings, follow the steps below.
Steps to Receive CME/CE Credit
Choose the online training from the tabbed table below. There are a variety of training sessions, grouped by tabs/subjects.
Review the "CE Information" document, located in the table below, for the session you want to receive credit for.
Note: there is also a PDF of session slides and a transcript for each training provided as resources, as needed.
Click on the training session title to watch the video recording.
After viewing the session, take and pass the quiz with a score ≥80%. Access the quiz through the "Take Quiz" button in the table below.
Complete the evaluation at the end of the quiz.
Print your CME/CE certificate at the end of the evaluation.