Take advantage of our variety of continuing education activities and materials for health care professionals. Educational offerings include live and free online programs. Continuing education credits are available. For more information, please visit professional.diabetes.org/ce.

The American Diabetes Association’s Scientific Sessions brings together scientists and health care professionals from around the world who are involved in diabetes research and care. Attendees choose from over 3,000 original presentations given by leading experts in the field. For more information, please visit scientificsessions.diabetes.org.

77th Scientific Sessions

9–13 June 2017

San Diego Convention Center

San Diego, CA

For more information regarding professional education, please e-mail professionaleducation@diabetes.org or call 1-800-DIABETES.

2016 Endocrine Skills Summit

7–9 October 2016

Chicago, IL

Website: http://www.horizoncme.com/endocrine-skills-summit

Presented by Robert E. Ratner, MD, FACP, FACE, Chief Scientific and Medical Officer of the American Diabetes Association, this webcast identifies the Standards of Care recommendations to classify, diagnose, and treat prediabetes and diabetes. To access the webcast, please visit professional.diabetes.org/SOCWebcast.

Diabetes Core Update is a monthly audio podcast devoted to presenting and discussing the latest clinically relevant articles from the American Diabetes Association’s scholarly journals. Diabetes Core Update audio podcasts are free and can be accessed through iTunes or RSS feed. For more information, please visit http://www.diabetesjournals.org/content/diabetes-core-update-podcasts.

The American Diabetes Association offers access to a searchable database with useful information on the Association-funded research grants. The database provides an easy way to learn more about the Association’s Research Program and the critical and innovative biomedical research made possible through the generous support of donors and sponsors. Explore the database at professional.diabetes.org/meetings/ada-funded-research.

Point-of-care learning (POC) is a new, simple way to earn continuing education credit for searching online literature related to your patient care. DiabetesPro POC draws on the full content of the American Diabetes Associaton’s peer-reviewed journals Diabetes and Diabetes Care to allow you to document and earn up to 20 continuing education credits each year. Learn more about POC at http://professional2.diabetes.org/POC_learnMore.aspx.

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