Class Information for Clinical Endocrinology II
This one day course will provide patient care updates related to research findings on various endocrine disorders such as genetic organization of endocrine disorders, pheochromocytoma, paraganglioma, Type B insulin resistance, lipodystrophy, insulinoma, blood glucose management, nutrition management of diabetes, and pharmacotherapy related to diabetes.
Contact will be awarded to those individuals who attend the entire event and complete and submit the evaluation forms....................... This activity has been submitted to Maryland Nurses Association for approval to award 6.2 contact hours. Maryland Nurses Association is accredited as an approver of continuing nursing education by the American Nurses Credentialing Center’s Commission on Accreditation............. -For more information regarding contact hours, please call Melanine Mudd/Nurse Educator at (301) 827-4755. -This activity has no commercial support or sponsorship. -Planner, presenters and content reviewers disclose no conflict of interest relative to this educational activity.
Nurses with an interest in endocrine nursing. Completion of Clinical Endocrinology I is highly recommended
-Review patient care practices for patients with complex endocrine issues such as lipodystrophy,Type B insulin resistance, pheochromocytoma, and insulinoma -Discuss patient education related to diabetes - Identify treatment options for patients with insulinoma
Attendance of the CCND Clinical Endocrinology Course or read Chapter One: Principles of Endocrinology in Williams Textbook of Endocrinology, 12th Edition. (2012) by S. Melmed, K. Polonsky and P. Reed, and Larsen and Henry Kronenberg. Philadelphia: Saunders. This book is accessible on line via the NIH CC Library On Line Books