IDF Certified Course for Kenya Clinical and Medical Officers

ALL 2000 SEATS CURRENTLY OCCUPIED.

IDF Certified Course for
Kenya Clinical and Medical Officers

Enhance your clinical skills and competencies to effectively educate people with diabetes, to promote healthy lifestyles and effective self-management for optimal diabetes control.

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Accredited by the European Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (EACCME)

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Accredited by the Kenya Diabetes Study Group (KDSG) with 20 CPD points

ALL 2000 SEATS CURRENTLY OCCUPIED.

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Course runs from "1st July 2019 to 31st October 2019”.

IDF Certified Course for Kenya Clinical and Medical Officers

ALL 2000 SEATS CURRENTLY OCCUPIED.

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Initial Self-Evaluation

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Introduction to diabetes mellitus: Epidemiology and Pathophysiology

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Diagnosis, Initial Evaluation and Glycaemic Target

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Non-pharmacological management of  type 2 diabetes

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IDF Clinical Practice Recommendations for type 2 diabetes

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Pharmacological management: Blood glucose-lowering medicines

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Pharmacological management: Insulin therapy

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Diabetes T1 and T2 in pregnancy

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Gestational Diabetes Mellitus (GDM)

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Final Self-Evaluation

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Final Assessment

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Feedback

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Course Certificate

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About this course

This online course is targeted to Kenyan primary care physicians and general practitioners with a particular interest in diabetes to provide patient-centric care. There are 8 modules to explore topics ranging from diagnosis of diabetes to prevention, management, and care. Each module consists of 10 pre-test and 10 post-test questions in a multiple-choice format, case studies and interactive exercises with real-world examples to help you turn knowledge into your day to day clinical practices.

This course is fully accredited by the Kenya Diabetes Study Group with 20 CPD points, the European Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education with 8 European CME credits, and is endorsed by the Ministry of Health of Kenya. On successful completion of the course you will be awarded with IDF Certificate, 8 European CME credits and 20 Kenyan CPD points.

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The course is the result of a comprehensive process; harnessing contributions from world-leading specialists and reinforced by an extensive review from renowned global and local experts, designed to deliver the International Standards through up-to-date, evidence-based content on all aspects of diabetes care, management, and its prevention.

COURSE DETAILS
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Modules: 8

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Apprx: 4 weeks to complete

Suggested 2 hours/week
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Course Fee: Free

Unrestricted Educational Grant
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English

Transcript:English
COURSE FEATURES
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Learn at your own pace

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Case-studies

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CPD points recognised

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European CME accredited

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IDF Certificate

Course content :

  • 5 learning objectives
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  • 60 min
At the end of this module the learner will be able to:
Define and classify diabetes
Describe the incidence and the distribution of diabetes
Explain normal glucose metabolism
Enumerate the risk factors for developing diabetes
Explain the various mechanisms which lead to the development of diabetes

How it Works

Register to the Course

Submit your online application and IDF team will review it and send you an approval email.

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Start the Course

Finish initial self-evaluation, complete all 8 modules and final self-evaluation.

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Take the final exam

Pass the final 50 multiple choice questions exam and get your IDF Certificate with European CME and Kenyan CPD Points

Certificate and CPD Points

Complete all the section of this online course to be awarded with the IDF “Certificate of Completion”, 8 European CME credits and 20 Kenyan CPD points.

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How to receive your CPD Points ?

Medical Officer

CPD tokens will be emailed to you by KDSG 21 days after completing the course.

For query please call +254717 220 203

Clinical Officer

CPD points can be claimed from KCOA.

For query please call +254722 297 071

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Our Local Partners

Diabetes Kenya Association

Kenya Diabetes Study Group

Our Supporters

Course Development Support

This online course is supported by an educational grant from

Technical Design and Development

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Initial Self-Evaluation

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Introduction to diabetes mellitus: Epidemiology and Pathophysiology

Diagnosis, Initial Evaluation and Glycaemic Target

Non-pharmacological management of  type 2 diabetes

IDF Clinical Practice Recommendations for type 2 diabetes

Pharmacological management: Blood glucose-lowering medicines

Pharmacological management: Insulin therapy

Diabetes T1 and T2 in pregnancy

Gestational Diabetes Mellitus (GDM)

Final Self-Evaluation

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Final Assessment

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Feedback

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Course Certificate

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