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Hypoglycemia in Diabetes: Prevent It, Prepare for It, Identify It and Treat It

Access the recorded webinar in the AANP CE Center through October 31, 2023.

October 5, 2022 12:00pm – 1:30pm (CT) Online

CE: 1.5 contact hours of CE credit including 0.25 hours of pharmacology

Join the American Association of Nurse Practitioners® (AANP) for this live webinar to take a deep dive into hypoglycemia in diabetes and earn continuing education (CE) credit. This live webinar is available free for both AANP members and nonmembers! Access the recorded webinar in the AANP CE Center through October 31, 2023.

Event Details
  • Webinar Details

    Hypoglycemia in Diabetes: Prevent It, Prepare for It, Identify It and Treat It

    Young person in bed using blood glucose measuring device and calling doctor.

    When: October 5, 2022, 12–1:30 p.m. CT (1–2:30 p.m. ET).

    Where: Online via the AANP CE Center.

    Cost: Free.

    CE Credit: This educational activity is pending approval by AANP of up to 1.5 contact hours of accredited CE.

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    About the Webinar

    Hypoglycemia is a prevalent and dangerous condition that can affect anyone with diabetes who is treated with insulin preparations or oral insulin secretagogues. Nurse practitioners (NPs) are very instrumental in the care of people with diabetes and need to be prepared to facilitate discussions with their patients about all the different aspects of hypoglycemia.

    Join AANP for this free webinar that takes a deep dive into hypoglycemia in diabetes. Dr. Kathryn Kreider, and Debbie Hinnen are NP experts in diabetes care. They will discuss hypoglycemia prevention, preparation, identification and treatment in detail. Case studies will allow you to apply what you learn, and a live question-and-answer (Q&A) will provide the opportunity to ask questions of faculty.

    This activity is supported by an independent educational grant from Xeris Pharmaceuticals, Inc. The webinar is available at no cost to all NPs, regardless of AANP membership status. In addition, a recorded version of this webinar will be available on-demand in the AANP CE Center until October 31, 2023.

    Webinar Objectives

    • Identify the patients with diabetes in your practice who should be routinely assessed for and provided education about hypoglycemia.
    • Explain the importance of identifying hypoglycemia in your patients with diabetes.

    • Summarize the available glucagon preparations.

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  • Speakers

    Webinar Faculty

    Kathryn Kreider, DNP, FNP, BC-ADM, FAANP

    Kathryn Kreider DNP, FNP, BC-ADM, FAANP

    Dr. Kathryn Evans Kreider is an associate clinical professor at Duke University School of Nursing (DUSON). She is the lead faculty for the Endocrinology Specialty at DUSON, the first training program of its kind for NPs in the United States. She is a board-certified family NP and currently practices in Duke University Medical Center’s Division of Endocrinology, Metabolism and Nutrition in adult endocrinology. As a member of the Duke Diabetes Research Clinic, she served as an investigator in various diabetes and hypertension clinical trials. She was appointed to the Professional Practice Committee (2018-2020) for the American Diabetes Association. She is passionate about individualizing care plans for people with diabetes. In 2021, she was the recipient of the AANP NP State Award for Excellence in North Carolina.

    Deborah Hinnen, APN, BC-ADM, CDCES, FAAN, FADCES

    Deborah Hinnen APN, BC-ADM, CDCES, FAAN, FADCES

    Deborah Hinnen has provided clinical care and education for people of all ages with diabetes for over 40 years. She has worked with people with Type 1, Type 2 and gestational diabetes. She has served as Director of Education for a multidisciplinary team helping people with diabetes and their families become independent with diabetes self-management. Deborah speaks and consults nationally and is widely published. Her faculty appointments are with graduate nursing departments at the University of Colorado and Wichita State University.