About This Event Time: 7:25 AM - 4:30 PM Cost: - $25-$80 CoxHealth Diabetes Symposium is going virtual! To register Click here to Register for Diabetic Symposium Categories: Professional Education 2020 Diabetes Symposium Details> View All Program Description Attend the first virtual Diabetes Symposium! Join us from the comfort of your home or office and learn about circumventing Diabetes complications. Help your patients avoid complications. DID YOU KNOW?Diabetes accounts for 67% of non-traumatic amputationsDiabetes accounts for 44% of new kidney failure cases.Diabetes increases risk of death due to heart disease 2-4 times. (THEDIABETESCOUNCIL.COM)The number of people in the US with diabetic retinopathy increased 89% between 2000 and 2010. (NIH, National Eye Institute) Program Agenda 0725-0730: Welcome/Teams Meeting Introduction0730-0745: Overview of Chronic Complications of DiabetesSpeaker: Linda MacGorman, MDObjectives: Identify at least three organ systems commonly affected by diabetes.Describe the economic impact of complications of diabetes.0745-0845: Getting to the Heart of Diabetes: Understand and Treating the Cardiovascular RiskKeynote Speaker: Patricia Best, MDObjectives: Explain the importance of cardiovascular disease in diabetes.Discuss the best strategies to prevent and treat heart disease in diabetes.0845-0930: Diabetic Kidney DiseaseSpeaker: James Bonucchi, DOObjectives: Outline basics of pathogenesis of diabetic kidney disease. Discuss how to prevent diabetic kidney disease and how to treat it. 0930-0945: BREAK/Virtual Vendors0945-10:30: "To Know Diabetes is to Know Neuropathy"Speaker: Tania Papsdorf, MDObjectives:Identify acute and chronic forms of diabetic neuropathies. Provide treatment and prevention strategies.1030-1115: Preventing and Managing Vascular Complications Associated with DiabetesSpeaker: Grant Scott, MDObjectives: Recognize early manifestations of vascular disease in the Diabetic population. Optimize care of the diabetic population to reduce the risks of long-term vascular complications.1115-1200: Diabetes and the EyeSpeaker: Leo T. Neu III, MDObjectives: Discuss background diabetic retinopathy signs, symptoms, and ocular findings. Discuss proliferative diabetic retinopathy signs, symptoms, and ocular findings. Discuss treatment strategies for mid-moderate background diabetic retinopathy. Discuss other ocular problems associated with diabetes and their treatment (including cataracts, glaucoma, retinal vein occlusions).1200-1215 Virtual Vendors1215-1300: LUNCH1300-1345: Diabetes Mellitus Foot Screening and Orthotic Management/Diabetic Foot: Essentials of Care and KeepingSpeakers: Chris Cobb, PT/Kris Torgerson, CWS, NP-CObjectives: List qualifying conditions that place patient at risk for DFU.Identify appropriate offloading orthotic options for DFU.Explain foot changes in the diabetic patient.Discuss prevention of untoward issues and maintenance of the diabetic foot.1345-1430: The Diabetic FootSpeaker: Mike Marling, DMPObjectives: Do a basic diabetic foot examination.Determine when a referral is needed.1430-1445: BREAK/Virtual Vendors1445-1530: Diabetes and Erectile Dysfunction/Circumventing Gynecologic Complications of Diabetes: Adressing Sexual Dysfunction and Infertility in the Diabetic PatientSpeakers: Alex Henderson, MD/Mary Duff, MD, FACOGObjectives: Describe how diabetes can cause erectile dysfunction. Describe treatment options for people with diabetes and erectile dysfunction Identify hormonal changes associated with infertility in diabetic patients. Identify common causes of sexual dysfunction and list recommendations for initial over-the-counter treatments for common causes of sexual dysfunction.1530-1615: Nutrition Therapy for Diabetes and Diabetes Related ComorbiditiesSpeaker: Lindsey Gelber, MS, RD, LDObjectives: Describe traditional nutrition therapy for diabetes including plate method, carbohydrate counting, and carbohydrate choices.Describe basic nutrition therapy for diabetes related diseases such as hypertension, end stage renal disease, hyperlipidemia, coronary artery disease, and others.1615-1625: Evaluation *We reserve the right to substitute speakers and topics in case of an emergency or cancellation. Educational Credit CoxHealth Education Center is approved as a provider of nursing continuing professional development by the Midwest Multistate Division, an accredited approver by the American Nurses Credentialing Center’s Commission on Accreditation. 7.4 nursing contact hours Application has been made to the Commission on Dietetic Registration for contact hours and credit is pending. CoxHealth is accredited by the Missouri State Medical Association to provide continuing medical education for physicians. CoxHealth designates this live activity for a maximum of 7.0 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s)™. Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity. This program has been approved by the Arkansas Board of Physical Therapy for 7.0 contact hours and it is deemed equivalent by the Missouri Board of Healing Arts per 4 CSR 150-3.203-5A.This program meets the criteria for category PDU #13 (attending employer-provided continuing education) and Missouri Board of Occupational Therapy per 20 CSR 2205-5 and qualifies as 7.0 contact hours (equivalent to 4.0 NBCOT© Professional Development Units).Contact hours are subject to change Planning Committee Helen Allen, FNP-C, BCADMNurse Practioner, Glycemic Management Services Joyce Bailey, LPNDiabetes Educator, Glycemic Management Services Kathyrn DeNure, RD/LD, CNSCCoxHealth Clinical Nutrition ManagerBridget Gladman, RN, BSN, RNC-MNNEnterprise Educator Nurse Planner/Conference CoordinatorDr. Linda MacGorman, MDPhysician, Glycemic Management Services Triesa Massey, MHAMedical Staff Education Coordinator Jennifer Metscher, FNPNurse Practioner, Glycemic Management Services Chantel Roland, FNPNurse Practioner, Glycemic Management Services Valorie Van Alphen Director Adult Medicine -Endocrinology Services Refunds and Cancellation Policy Cancellations received by the date indicated on the program webpage will be entitled to a full refund, less Eventbrite’s fees. Eventbrite registration fees are nonrefundable and vary with each course.After the date indicated on the program webpage as the final day for full refunds, a $25.00 processing fee will be withheld.No refunds will be made for cancellations received the day of the activity.Refunds will be credited back to the same credit card in which the payment was received. If the payment was made in cash or check, the refund will be provided within 4-6 weeks in the form of a check and mailed to the address obtained at the time of registration.In the event Education Center cancels or reschedules a course, participants are entitled to a full refund or the participant may transfer registration to the next scheduled activity.CoxHealth is not responsible for travel, hotel, booking fees, or other cancellation fees for registrants when a program is cancelled.All refunds must be received in writing via email or by calling the Education Center.