Reducing Cardiovascular and Renal Risk in Type 2 Diabetes – More than just Glycaemic Control – ACRRM

Type 2 diabetes (T2D), cardiovascular disease and chronic kidney disease (CKD) often occur together in individuals due to shared risk factors. General practitioners play a central role in T2D management, identifying those at risk and providing optimal management.

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Dr Gary Deed

Dr Marwan Obaid

Professor Andrew Sindone

Duration

1 hour

ACRRM - Australian College of Rural and Remote Medicine
3.00 hours
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