Dr Joshi will be focusing on the transition from oral therapy to injectable therapy, including when to initiate a GLP-1, when to transition to insulin therapy and how to titrate and intensify insulin therapy. Injectable insulin comes in a variety of forms, including short- and long-acting, as well as pre-mixed insulin. Most diabetics administer insulin injections based on their blood glucose levels, according to a predetermined regimen worked out in collaboration with their doctor.

Join Medical Academic and Dr Shaifali Joshi for a webinar on injectable regimes for diabetes on 12 April 2022 [Image: Shutterstock].

THIS WEBINAR IS FOR GPs AND SPECIALISTS ONLY

  • DATE: 12 April 2022
  • TIME: 18:30 – 19:30
  • TOPIC: Who? What? And When? Determining the best injectable regimen for your diabetic patient

DR SHAIFALI JOSHI

  • General practitioner with the Diabetes Care Centre in Brooklyn, Pretoria
  • MBChB from University of Pretoria (1999), Masters in Diabetes, Cardiff University (2013)
  • Participant in numerous clinical trials in the field of diabetes care in South Africa.
  • Contributed articles about diabetes management to peer-reviewed journals including SA Family Practice and SA Pharmaceutical Journal

CLICK HERE TO REGISTER

 

 

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