Forefront Collaborative | Using Best Evidence to Achieve Glycemic Target and Reduce Cardiovascular Risk in Type 2 Diabetes
Intense and in-depth, our collaboration with the American Heart Association integrates four educational activities in a flipped classroom approach. Learners begin their journey toward optimizing patient care by viewing an online didactic lecture by [PRESENTER NAME]. From there, they join their peers through attending interactive workshops in classroom sessions at the American Society of Preventive Cardiology and the American Heart Association 2016 annual meetings. During the next three months, learners (both online and those able to attend the live activities) can submit follow-up questions to faculty and peers in an online e-forum, as well as have access to additional resource materials for self-study. Supported by an educational grant from BI Lilly and rooted in current CME/CPD best practices and adult learning principles, Using Best Evidence to Achieve Glycemic Target and Reduce Cardiovascular Risk in Type 2 Diabetes pulls together live interaction, online accessibility, and top faculty (including OTHER PRESENTERS) to provide a CME experience that capitalizes on the complexity of learning today .
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12 Aug Using Best Evidence to Achieve Glycemic Target and Reduce Cardiovascular Risk in Type 2 Diabetes

Cardiology / Live Meeting at the American Heart Association 2016

Intense and in-depth, our collaboration with the American Heart Association integrates four educational activities in a flipped classroom approach. Learners begin their journey toward optimizing patient care by viewing an online didactic lecture by Harold Bays, MD, FTOS, FACC, FACE, FNLA. From there, they join their peers through attending interactive workshops in classroom sessions at the American Society of Preventive Cardiology and the American Heart Association 2016 annual meetings. During the next three months, learners (both online and those able to attend the live activities) can submit follow-up questions to faculty and peers in an online e-forum, as well as have access to additional resource materials for self-study. Supported by an educational grant from BI Lilly and rooted in current CME/CPD best practices and adult learning principles, Using Best Evidence to Achieve Glycemic Target and Reduce Cardiovascular Risk in Type 2 Diabetes pulls together live interaction, online accessibility, and top faculty Lawrence Blonde, MD, FACP, MACE and Yehuda Handelsman, MD, FACP, FACE, FNLA to provide a CME experience that capitalizes on the complexity of learning today .