Tuesday, April 17, 2018 at 9:00 AM EDT
Tuesday, April 24, 2018 at 1:00 PM EDT

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Kate Connally

Diabetes 360: Full Circle Understanding

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  • MULTIPLE NURSES FROM ONE ORGANIZATION: If you are registering multiple nurses from your organization for this training, continue with the registration process for each individual nurse. Upon completion of registration, please contact Kate Connally at kconnally@nyalliance.org ASAP to ensure proper attendance is recorded for this training. Include your organization name and the full name of each registrant in your email.

Attendance Policy

  • Your one-time registration and payment registers you for both sessions of this training:

  • Session 1 will take place on April 17 from 9:00AM-1:00PM.

  • Session 2 will take place on April 24 from 9:00AM-1:00PM.

  • You MUST attend both sessions to receive a Certificate of Completion awarding 7.5 continuing education credits.

  • PAYMENT MUST BE RECEIVED PRIOR TO TRAINING. If you choose to pay by check, your registration IS NOT confirmed until payment is received by the RRTI Office. Registrants wishing to cancel must inform RRTI in writing to katelyn@nyrehab.org, by April 15, 2018 to avoid liability for the entire fee. In cases where cancellations are not received by April 15, 2018, refunds will not be made.

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Pre-Test Questions

  • To receive a certificate awarding continuing education hours, each registrant must complete a pre-test, post-test and evaluation for Diabetes 360. Please answer the following pre-test questions to the best of your ability. You will not receive a grade on the pre or post tests. They are used to show an increase in knowledge from this training.

  • Q1: Risk factors for developing diabetes include all of the following except:

  • Q2. Key topics of diabetes prevention and/or treatment consists of what topics?

  • Q3. Pre-Diabetes is determined by either a fasting plasma glucose test result of 100-125mg/dl or an Oral Glucose Tolerance test result of 200 mg/dl or higher.

  • Q4. Four steps for making a lifestyle change would be:

  • Q5: Use of Control Solution is important for what purpose?

  • Q6: Diabetic medications both oral and injectable are generally administered regardless of time or dining schedules.

  • Q7. Hypoglycemia, defined as a blood glucose level of less than 70 mg/dl can be caused by:

  • Q8: The 15:15 Rule is crucial for handling Level 1/Level 2 Hypoglycemic reactions includes corrective action such as:

  • Q9: Symptoms of hypoglycemia include:



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