These are focused resources for self-study. You will find for a specific topic different educational materials like videos, slides and other resources.

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Finding the Balance: Ask the right questions, address the emotions when initiating insulin

Prof. Frank Snoek presents facts regarding psychological insulin resistance in people with type 2 diabetes and explores practical strategies to overcome it.

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Incretin Pathophysiology

Incretin hormones have an important role in the pathophysiology of obesity and type 2 diabetes

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Anatomy and Physiology of Diabetes

These videos show some of the primary organs involved in diabetes and explain their roles in glucose homeostasis in more detail

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Diabetes Insulin Case Studies

This series of videos educates on topics related to effective insulin therapy focused on the patient perspective using realistic case studies

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Conversations in Motion - Diabetes

How to enhance patient–healthcare provider interactions

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Resource Library

The following resources have been developed to provide insights on a variety of topics for self-education and patient education. Click on the title or down arrow to learn more about the resource.

Connected Care & Devices

Diabetes

Atherogenesis

Diabetes Complications

Time in Range: A Measure of Glycemic Control

Working Together to Use Time in Ranges (TIRs) Data

Atherogenesis

Diabetes Complications

Time in Range: A Measure of Glycemic Control

Working Together to Use Time in Ranges (TIRs) Data

Hypoglycemia

General Health Materials

The following educational resource(s) may be used by HCP's to assist patients and families as they navigate their general health journey.

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