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Diabetes Team Sport Follow-up Post-Webinar Blog by Mary Ettari

posted Apr 2 , 2014 01:18 PM
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From Institute_Webinars's Blog in Faculty Blogs by mary

Thanks to all of you who participated in the Diabetes as a Team Sport Webinar last week. I hope that the information presented will help you improve or enhance your diabetes care team.

Some of you were interested in the web sites I mentioned.
The Interprofessional Educational Collaborative (IPEC) website is www.ipecollaborative.org.
The TeamSTEPPS web site is www.teamstepps.ahrq.gov.

I was unable to answer a few questions, so I will do so below:
1. Difference between interprofessional and interdisciplinary. As far as I can find, they refer to the same thing.

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    “Diabetes is the Ultimate Team Sport: Building an Effective Team” with Mary Ettari, MPH, PA

    Posted: April 2, 2014

    The evidence base around how the implementation of a chronic-care model in diabetes care can be beneficial to patients has been growing for many years. Central to this approach is the engagement of a fully prepared, proactive practice team. However, understanding how this concept is fully operationalized and implemented with the various team members can be tricky: Physicians, Nurse Practitioners, Physician Assistants, Nurses, Registered Dietitians, Diabetes Educators, and Medical Assistants all need to understand their unique roles, as well as the roles of their team members.

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    “Glycemic Variability: Do the differences make a difference?” with Kim Kelly, PharmD, BCPS, FCCP

    Posted: March 4, 2014

    Using A1C data alone to guide therapeutic decisions in diabetes is a little like planning a road trip without a map or GPS: you know where you want to go, but you do not have the turn by turn directions. Just as the turns in the road are important, so also are the ups and downs of blood glucose which play a role in the A1C value and may be independent contributors to diabetes complications. Glycemic variability is not captured in the A1C measurement and yet is important in adjusting therapy appropriately. The results of glucose self-testing play are key to understanding many aspects of diabetes treatment, diet, exercise and more. Kim addresses how glycemic variability may play a role in diabetes complications, and how assessing glycemic variability can be used to maximize your therapeutic efforts to get the best outcomes for your patients!

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