Home / Resources / Clinical Presentations (page 22)

Clinical Presentations

PowerPoint Presentations that you can use for your own presentations. All presentations are created by Medical professionals in diabetes care.

Diabetes Mellitus 101 for Cardiologists, Part 2

In this week’s Homerun Slides, courtesy Dr. Stanley Schwartz, we continue our examination of diabetes from a cardiologist’s perspective with topics including the Factors Contributing to Cardiometabolic Risk and the Pathophysiology of Diabetic Complications: Implications for Goals of Therapy…. To download the complete set of these slides in PowerPoint (.ppt) …

Read More »

Diabetes Education, Part 3

This week, we wrap up our short series of Type 1 Diabetes and Psychoeducation covering topics such as: Psychotherapeutic Interventions; the Role of Healthcare Providers; and Creating a Plan of Action. We’ve also included a list of resources for further research…. To download this slide set in PowerPoint format, just …

Read More »

Diabetes Education, Part 2

In this second set of Homerun Slides focusing on Type 1 Diabetes and Psychoeducation, we review the emotions that both children and parents may experience after an initial diagnosis and some of the challenges that both face in managing a child’s type 1 diabetes… To download the complete set of …

Read More »

Diabetes Education, Part 1

In this week’s Homerun Slides series, we have a special set of slides from our editor-in-chief, Dave Joffe, who has put together a brief series on education. In this first set of slides, which are designed for educators to help younger patients with type 1 better understand their diabetes, how …

Read More »

SGLT2 Inhibitors as Add-On for Poorly Controlled Patients on DPP-4s and Metformin

As the diabetes epidemic continues to grow, practitioners are increasingly searching for medication solutions that can help patients to better manage their diabetes. This month, we have a recent slides series from the ADA showing the positive effects of adding-on SGLT-2 inhibitors to the medication regimen of patients on DPP-4’s …

Read More »