The American Association of Nurse Practitioners (AANP) is proud to provide continuing education (CE) activities and patient education resources to help nurse practitioners (NPs) improve the quality of diabetes care in their communities. There are more than a dozen intriguing activities to choose from, including several with pharmacology credit. Register for these free activities (and more) today in the AANP CE Center.
- Best Practices in Achieving Optimal A1C Targets and Post Prandial Glycemic Control (1.0 CE with 1.0 Pharmacology) – This activity provides the most current strategies to achieve postprandial and glucose control using clinical evidence and individualized treatment. Supported by an unrestricted educational grant from Sanofi, this activity is complimentary to AANP members and non-members. In addition, free patient education tools are available to download now. My Diabetes Plan and Diabetes Medications are also available in Spanish!
- Best Practices in the Use of Incretin-based Therapies in the Management of Type 2 Diabetes (1.0 CE with 1.0 Pharmacology) – This activity aims to improve knowledge and competency of nurse practitioners addressing glycemic variability and cardiovascular considerations in patients with T2DM. Supported through an educational grant from Novo Nordisk, Inc., this activity was developed by AANP in cooperation with MCM Education, and it is complimentary to AANP members and non-members.
- Getting Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus Patients to Goal: The Role of New and Emerging Injectable Therapies (1.0 CE with 1.0 Pharmacology) – This activity reviews the newest injectable therapies, including basal analogs and GLP1s, while identifying best practices for selecting, initiating and advancing appropriate injectable therapies. Supported by an educational grant from Novo Nordisk Inc., this activity is complimentary to AANP members and non-members.
- Expert Perspectives on the Evolving Therapeutic Landscape in T2DM (0.5 CE with 0.3 Pharmacology) – This publication incorporates insightful audio clips from discussions with expert nurse practitioners and examines the role of NPs in optimizing treatment with these agents. Supported by an educational grant from Novo Nordisk Inc., this activity was developed by AANP in collaboration with Med-IQ, and is complimentary to AANP members and non-members. Free patient engagement toolkits are also available to download now: What Are GLP-1 Receptor Agonists? and Managing Your Type 2 Diabetes Over Time.
These activities were planned in accordance with AANP Accreditation Standards and Policies. To complete the CE, participants must review all the content, take the online post-test successfully, and submit the online program evaluation. Visit the CE Center to register and view complete details.