This product is free for DDPG members.
This webinar was presented live on February 28, 2018.
During this webinar, dietitians will be able to understand the incidence and prevalence of diabetes (DM) in the community and in the hospital and its impact. The speaker will review and discuss 2018 ADA Guidelines for the hospitalized patient with diabetes. At the end of the webinar, dietitians will have be able to outline the care of patients with diabetes in the hospital setting including medications, monitoring, and discharge strategies.
CPEU Level: 2
Learning Need Codes: 3010, 5190, 3090, 3020
- Outline the incidence and prevalence of diabetes (DM) in the community and in the hospital and its impact
- Discuss the 2018 ADA Guidelines for the hospitalized patient
- Outline the care of the patient with diabetes in the hospital including medications, monitoring and discharge strategies
Mary McLoughlin, RN-BC, MSN, CEN, CDE
Ms. Mcloughlin has earned an Associate Degree, a Bachelor's Degree and a Master's degree in Nursing. She holds certification in Medical – Surgical Nursing, Emergency Nursing and is a Certified Diabetes Educator. Mary is currently the inpatient Certified Diabetes Educator at Montefiore Medical Center, Einstein Campus in NY and serves as adjunct faculty at Bronx Community College and a guest lecturer at the College of New Rochelle. She has been a nursing educator, nursing supervisor, Pediatric and Adult Advanced Life Support instructor and a staff nurse over the course of her almost 40 years in the profession. She is a Presidential Scholar and a member of Sigma Theta Tau and has been honored with several academic and professional awards including the President's Award at Montefiore, Ms. McLoughlin has lectured at local universities and hospitals on the topics of Diabetes, Critical Care and Emergency nursing.