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Spire Learning provides CME/CE activities nationally. Now you can preview our programs, and immediately request one or more for your institution. If you are interested in hosting a program please see below for a current listing of grand rounds, small group activities and symposia.

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Protecting Vision in Your Diabetic Patients

We are pleased to offer a free, 1-hour Grand Rounds program for one of your physician faculty to present at your institution entitled Protecting Vision in Your Diabetic Patients. This educational activity is designed for physicians and other healthcare providers who manage patients with diabetes, and offers clinically-relevant information about diabetic retinopathy and its impact on patients’ quality of life. The goal of the activity is to give healthcare providers tools and strategies that encourage more diabetic patients to schedule annual eye exams, facilitate patient referrals to eye care providers, and improve communication with their patients’ eye care providers.

Presentations, tools and related materials for this educational activity are available to your organization at no charge.

Program Expired

Getting to Goal:
How Thiazide-Type Diuretics, Following the Guidelines, and Improving Patient Adherence Can Help

This educational activity consists of a 1-hour Grand Rounds program that will provide an overview of key clinical trials in the clinical management of hypertension; the use of thiazide-type diuretics in clinical outcome trials and general treatment of high blood pressure; treatment considerations for African Americans with hypertension with and without kidney disease; and patient adherence to recommended treatments.

Program Expired