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Reducing risk and complications in diabetes

Module summary

GPs Dr Tina Farid and Dr David Edwards discuss a variety of problems associated with diabetes and how you can manage them.

Learning objectives

This module will update you on:

  • When to prescribe statins and antiplatelet treatment to patients with diabetes
  • Sexual health problems associated with diabetes including erectile dysfunction and testosterone deficiency syndrome
  • The latest NICE guidance on blood pressure and advice on cardiovascular risk in diabetic patients
Author

Dr Tina Farid is a GP with an interest in diabetes in north London

Dr David Edwards is a GP in Oxfordshire and was a member of the guideline development group for the NICE type 2 diabetes guidelines. He is a past president of the British Society for Sexual Medicine

Date module published
24/03/2016
Module due for review
24/03/2018
Suggested number of CPD credits
Completing this module will earn you a certificate for a suggested
1.5 CPD hours
By showing evidence of impact you could double that to
3 CPD hours
What other GPs said after completing this module
good
Asha Latha Narayanaswamy
17.05.2017.
Excellent.
Alec Goldin
16.04.2017.
VERY PRACTICAL
Navajeevan Joshi
14.04.2017.
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Grahame Coleman
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GOOD
Ronald Kok
27.03.2017.