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Free! 4-part Webinar Series on Diabetes: Part 2: Managing Hypo/Hyperglycemia 1.0 CE

NADONA is excited to announce that a 4-part webinar series on Diabetes will be aired throughout 2019. These topics will cover the essential components of effective insulin delivery: devices, technique and expert recommendations; transitions of care for patients with diabetes, and challenges in diabetes care for special populations. Join us as we journey through the complexity of diabetes and learn to better care for our residents.
1.0 Contact Hour per Webinar
1.0 CPE per Webinar

These CE activities are jointly provided by Terri Goodman & Associates collaboratively with NADONA

Terri Goodman & Associates is an approved provider of continuing nursing  education by the Texas Nurses Association – Approver, an accredited approver by  the American Nurses Credentialing Center’s commission Accreditation This activity was developed through an unrestricted educational grant from Becton Dickinson.

Participants must complete entire activity. No partial credit will be awarded  Participants must submit a post event evaluation for.


Part 2:  Managing Hypo/Hyperglycemia
March 19, 2019

2:00 – 3:00 PM  EST

Speaker:  Dr Naushira Pandya Dr. Pandya is Professor and Chair of the Geriatrics Department at Nova Southeastern University College of Osteopathic Medicine, and the Director of the Geriatrics Education Center.  She is a certified Medical Director who completed her medical training at University College, London, her in Phoenix, and her fellowships at the University of Michigan. Dr. Pandya is board-certified in Internal Medicine, Geriatrics, and Endocrinology.

She is Past President of AMDA, Society for Post-Acute and Long-Term Care Medicine and has written and published extensively in the area of diabetes. She holds the distinction of being a Fulbright Senior Specialist Scholar.


  • Common signs and symptoms, what can be missed in LTC and acute care settings, what guidelines to follow for different types of patients, consequences if not managed well (falls, infections, re-admissions, etc.) or not identified on time

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Webinar ID: 563-460-571 

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