ASEPA EXCLUSIVE WEBINARS:
Can't attend an event live? You will be able to access webinar online and claim CME credit (if available) for up to one year past webinar date by visiting this website.
Management of Pregnancy in Patients with Type 1 Diabetes - August 24, 2021; 8 PM EST
Join Rachel Garcetti, PA-C of the Barbara Davis Center for Childhood Diabetes, affiliated with the University of Colorado, as she presents the latest information on managing pregnant women with Type 1 Diabetes. Please RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org
Treatment of Severe Hypoglycemia - September 14, 2021; 8 PM EST
This webinar will be presented by Xeris Pharmaceuticals.
Acromegaly: Disease Burden and Treatment Overview- July 15, 2021
This webinar was presented via Zoom by Jordan Paavola, PharmD at Chiasma Medical Affairs. Video will be available soon.
Cushing's Syndrome - June 14, 2021
Join fellow ASEPA member Alison Gracom, PA-C as she shares her expertise on Cushing's Syndrome. This activity is designated for 1.0 Category 1 CME credit.
Relationship of Type 2 Diabetes and Chronic Kidney Disease: Opportunities for Prevention, Intervention, and Mitigation - May 11, 2021
This was a non-CME roundtable discussion sponsored by Astra Zeneca and presented by ASEPA members Bradley Adams PA-C, Joseph Largay PA-C, CDCES and Maria O’Connor PA-C, RD, CDCES. This program was not recorded, however a recording of the slide presentation may be available soon.
This presentation will be led by Robert E. McKenna, MPH, PA-C and Patrick Cacchio, PA-C, CCD. Robert is a pharmaceutical medical affairs specialist who spent more than a decade in metabolic bone disease. Patrick has worked in orthopedic surgery and now focuses on fracture prevention at Duke Endocrinology. They will incorporate updated AACE guidelines. This activity is designated for 1.0 AMA PRA Category 1 credit. Click here to complete evaluation. You will receive a CME certificate by email soon after submitting the evaluation.
Adrenal incidentaloma and mild hypercortisolism - March 16, 2021
CJ Chun, PA-C, MPAS, BC-ADM and fellow ASEPA members from around the country joined in this educational program and roundtable discussion. CJ reviewed the current guidelines for adrenal incidentaloma evaluation and clinical consequences of mild hypercortisolism and reassessed current thresholds for screening and intervening in hypercortisolism. This was a non-CME webinar. Unfortunately due to a technical malfunction, a video recording is not available for this webinar.
Join David Doriguzzi, PA-C, Clinical Research Investigator at First Valley Medical Group in Lancaster CA, for this CME webinar and roundtable discussion. This activity is designated for 1.0 AMA PRA Category 1 credit(s). Click here to complete evaluation. You will receive CME certificate by email soon after submitting the evaluation.
Join John Sink II, MPA-C, CDCES, senior MSL for Zealand Pharma for this education program and roundtable discussion. This is a non-CME webinar.
Join Jenna Brothers PA-C and fellow ASEPA members from around the country in this CME program and roundtable discussion. Webinar includes updates on CGM technology, how to interpret CGM data, and how to bill for provider’s CGM interpretation. This activity is designated for 1.0 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s)™.
Watch this unbranded 30-minute interactive program below which addressed utilization of CGM data in clinical practice, particularly in light of the recent recommendations from the International Consensus on Time in Range (https://doi.org/10.2337/dci19-0028). The program was led by ASEPA President Ashlyn Smith and Megan O’Neill, PA-C, ASEPA member, and Scientific Affairs Manager at Abbott Diabetes. ASEPA members joined together in the first of this educational series to pose questions, discuss cases, and share insights with their endocrine colleagues.
WEBINARS OF OUR COLLABORATIVE PARTNERS:
IDEA 2.0: Free 'Train-the-Trainer' Live Webinar on CGM Devices; November 17, 2020
TELEMEDICINE DURING COVID-19 CRISIS: The following link contains an embedded webinar on CMS telehealth regulations by the ADCES on March 24, 2020: