Diabetes and Ramadan

4.5 (2507 ratings)

4720 learners enrolled

Diabetes and Ramadan

230691 Views
60 Min
English
4.5 (2507 ratings)
4720 learners enrolled
SHORT_RAMADAN_AND_DIABETES
FREE*
60 Min

Course practical information

*This online module is supported by

Diabetes and Ramadan

230691 Views
60 Min
English

4.5 (2507 ratings)

4720 learners enrolled
dar-logo

In collaboration with Diabetes and Ramadan Alliance

Course overview:

This course covers four key topics on management of diabetes during Ramadan (month of fasting) namely, the epidemiology and physiology of diabetes and Ramadan fasting, the risks associated with fasting in people with diabetes, risk categories for people with diabetes who fast during Ramadan, Ramadan-focused diabetes education, evidence of the benefit of Ramadan-focused diabetes education and pre-Ramadan individual assessment and pharmacological management of high-risk populations during Ramadan.

Benefits for learners:

Evidence based latest clinical recommendations
Continued professional development and learning
IDF Certificate of Completion
CME from the European Union of Medical Specialists (UEMS)
Be part of a global multidisciplinary community of diabetes professionals

Course duration:

60 minutes of self-paced learning to be completed within a month of enrolment.
5 - 9 minutes per section.

Assessment & Award:

Complete all the sections of this online course to be awarded with the IDF "Certificate of Completion" and one European CME credit.

What Will You Learn?

Discuss the global impact of diabetes and Ramadan

The epidemiology and physiology of diabetes and Ramadan fasting

Risks associated with fasting in people with diabetes

Risk categories for people with diabetes who fast during Ramadan

Ramadan-focused diabetes education

Evidence of the benefit of Ramadan-focused diabetes education

Pre-Ramadan individual assessment

Pharmacological management of high risk populations

Course overview

All health professionals involved in diabetes management and care are eligible to take the course.
In particular, health professionals who work in isolated, remote settings and lack access to latest evidence-based education resources.

CME Accreditation

The European Accreditation Council accredits this online course for Continuing Medical Education (EACCME). 1 European CME credit (ECMEC®) will be awarded on successful completion of this course.

Through an agreement between the European Union of Medical Specialists (UEMS) and the American Medical Association (AMA), physicians may convert EACCME credits to an equivalent number of AMA PRA Category 1 CreditsTM. Information on the process to convert EACCME credit to AMA credit can be found at
www.ama-assn.org/go/internationalcme

About the Author and Conflicts of Interest

Dr. Mohamad Hassanein

Dr. Hassanein is a senior consultant in Endocrinology and Diabetes at Dubai Hospital, Dubai, UAE since 2014. He holds an Academic post of Senior Lecturer, and Associate Director for Postgraduate Diabetes Education, Cardiff University.

Read more

Disclosure of Conflicts of Interest

It is the policy of the IDF that all authors, reviewers, and planners disclose real or apparent conflicts of interest relating to the topics of this educational activity.

Read more

Dr. Barakatun Nisak, PHD

Barakatun Nisak Bt Mohd Yusof, is an Associate Professor and a practising dietitian in the Department of Nutrition and Dietetics, Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences, Universiti Putra Malaysia (UPM).

Read more

Disclosure of Conflicts of Interest

It is the policy of the IDF that all authors, reviewers, and planners disclose real or apparent conflicts of interest relating to the topics of this educational activity.

Read more

Prof. Abdul Basit

  • Ex-chair, IDF MENA Region.
  • Joint Secretary, Diabetic Association of Pakistan (DAP).
  • Founder Member, Pakistan Endocrine Society (PES).
  • Chairman, Pakistan Working Group on the Diabetic Foot (PWGDF).

Read more

Disclosure of Conflicts of Interest

It is the policy of the IDF that all authors, reviewers, and planners disclose real or apparent conflicts of interest relating to the topics of this educational activity.

Read more

Additional contributor(s)

Lorenzo Piemonte, Margaux Ysebaert, Adilson Randi and Sameer Pathan

Course Development Support

This online module is supported by an educational grant from

servier

Technical Design and Development

Indegene

Learners feedback

4.5

Average Rating

(2507 ratings)

60%

35%

4%

1%

%

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

All health professionals involved in diabetes prevention, management and care are eligible to take the course. In particular, health professionals who work in isolated, remote settings and lack access to latest evidence-based education resources.

SHORT_RAMADAN_AND_DIABETES
FREE *
60 Min
icon_1

What will you learn?

icon_1

Course overview

icon_1

CME Accreditation

icon_1

About Author(s) and Conflicts of Interest

icon_1

Course rating and feedback

icon_1

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

icon_1

Course leaflet (PDF version)

*This online module is supported by

Certified Online Courses

IDF Certified Course for Primary Care Physicians and General Practitioners

Credits:

8 European CME

Course fees:

Low Income country: 100€
Others: 150€

register now

IDF Certified Course for Specialists

Credits:

13 European CME

Course fees:

Low Income country: 200€
Others: 300€

register now

IDF Certified Course for Diabetes Educators

Credits:

11 European CME

Course fees:

Low Income country: 50€
Others: 75€

register now

IDF Certified Course for Primary Care Physicians and General Practitioners

Credits:

8 European CME

Course fees:

Low Income country: 100€
Others: 150€

register now

IDF Certified Course for Specialists

Credits:

13 European CME

Course fees:

Low Income country: 200€
Others: 300€

register now

IDF Certified Course for Diabetes Educators

Credits:

11 European CME

Course fees:

Low Income country: 50€
Others: 75€

register now