Overcoming Therapeutic Inertia Certificate (OTI) Program
Module 1: Busting Inertia: Identifying and Engaging High-Risk Patients
Module 2: Timely Therapy Intensification: Tools to Guide Decision-Making at the Point of Care
Overcoming Therapeutic Inertia: What You Need to Know On Demand
Module 3: Personalized Diabetes Care Plans that Work
Module 4: Effectively Addressing Emotional Barriers to Diabetes Self-Management
Module 5: Patient Empowerment in Action: Putting Barrier Busting into Practice
Module 6: Leveraging Diabetes Education and Community Resources as an Inertia Buster
Module 7: Optimize the Diabetes Patient Journey: A Case-Based Approach for Busting Inertia
Diabetes at Camp
Downloading Data, Part 1: What Can We Really Learn from Blood Glucose Meters and Smart Pens?
Person-Centered Care for People with Diabetes and Comorbid Mental Illness
ADA Member-Only: Downloading Data, Part 2: Optimizing Glycemic Management Based on Data from CGM, Insulin Pumps, and Hybrid Closed-Loop Systems
Diabetes Self-Care Management: There’s an App to Help with That!
Overwhelmed? What to Do When Patients (or Providers) Experience Diabetes Device Burnout
“I Read It Online”: Guiding Patients Toward Reliable Information Sources on the Internet
All Things Not Being Equal: Addressing Social & Psychosocial Determinants of Health in Diabetes
Hands On Series: Live Webinar: 50 Diabetes Care Tips in 60 Minutes: Lessons from Year Two Webinars
Focus on Diabetes: Part 1: Diabetes Overview and Prevention
Focus on Diabetes: Part 2: Diabetes and Eye Health
Focus on Diabetes: Part 3: Healthy Living with Diabetes
Making Diabetes Technology Work
ADA Member Only Webinar: Diabetes Econsults; a powerful tool to overcome therapeutic inertia
Early Career Webinar: Hear about funding opportunities at NHLBI and NIDDK
MDTW Module 1: Diabetes Technology Today: An Overview of the Latest Devices to Help People with Diabetes Optimize Glycemic Management and Improve Outcomes
MDTW Module 2: Why Using Diabetes Technologies Is More Important Than Ever
MDTW Module 3: Beyond A1C: Understanding Time in Range, a New Continuous Glucose Monitoring–Derived Metric for Assessing Glycemia
MDTW Module 4: How to Select the Best Diabetes Technology Options for Each Patient’s Needs
MDTW Module 5: Basics of Therapeutic Decision-Making in Diabetes Using Continuous Glucose Monitoring Data
MDTW Module 6: Deploying Diabetes Technologies Effectively in Complex Type 2 Diabetes Cases
MDTW Module 7: Connecting the Dots: Efficiently Managing Workflow and Logistics for Remote Monitoring of Patients with Diabetes
MDTW Module 8: Improved Diabetes Care? There Are Apps for That!
MDTW Module 9: Engaged and Empowered: How Technologies Can Encourage Involvement, Increase Motivation, and Improve Outcomes for People with Diabetes
Hands On Webcast: 8/10/21: Downloading Data, Part 1: What Can We Really Learn from Blood Glucose Meters and Smart Pens?
ADA Member-Only Webinar: The NIH Nutrition Research Plan: Opportunities and Challenges for Cardiometabolic Investigation and Translation to Practice
Overcoming Therapeutic Inertia Certificate of Completion
Live Webinar: Time in range in the clinic: Use in clinical care and Diabetes Self-Management Education
Early Career Event: Working Smart in a Virtual Environment
MDTW Introduction
Standards of Medical Care in Diabetes 2022 Update for Early Career Professionals
Hands On Webcast: 10/12/21: Downloading Data, Part 2: Optimizing Glycemic Management Based on Data from CGM, Insulin Pumps, and Hybrid Closed-Loop Systems
Focus on Diabetes: An Overview for Optometrists 100-Level
Focus on Diabetes: A Closer Look at Diabetes for Optometrists
Making Diabetes Technology Work: A Case-Based Self-Assessment Program for Health Care Professionals
LIVE EVENT: Clinical Update Course 2022
Highlights of Standards of Care 2022
LIVE EVENT: Focus on Diabetes Workshop 2022 (3.5 COPE credits)
Time in Range: Use of CGM in Pregnancy – the U.S and  European Perspectives Webinar
Webcast: Standards of Medical Care in Diabetes 2022 Update for Early Career Professionals
Hands On Webcast: 12/14: Overwhelmed? What to Do When Patients (or Providers) Experience Diabetes Device Burnout
Hands On Webcast: 11/9: Diabetes Self-Care Management: There’s an App to Help with That!
Hands On Webcast: 1/11/22: “I Read It Online”: Guiding Patients Toward Reliable Information Sources on the Internet
Hands On Webcast: 2/8/22: All Things Not Being Equal: Addressing Social & Psychosocial Determinants of Health in Diabetes
LIVE EVENT: Novel Biochemical Markers of Glycemia to Predict Pregnancy Outcomes in Women With Type 1 Diabetes.
ADA Member Only: Early Career Talk Series by ADA’s Diabetes & Cardiovascular Disease Interest Group
ADA Member Only: Hands On 4/ 12 Webinar: Type 1 Diabetes and Eating Disorders: What Providers Should Know
CUC 2022 Webcast: Telehealth: Diabetes Clinical Care and Education
CUC 2022 Webcast: What to Expect – National Standards for Diabetes Self-Management Education and Support 2022
CUC 2022 Webcast: A Message of Hope: Diabetes Language Matters
Focus on Diabetes Workshop (Online)
CUC 2022 Webcast: Insulin Delivery Devices
CUC 2022 Webcast: Continuous Glucose Monitoring
CUC 2022 Webcast: Beyond A1C, Time in Range, Remote Patient Monitoring
CUC 2022 Webcast: Non-Insulin Therapy Updates
CUC 2022 Webcast: Insulin Therapy Updates
CUC 2022 Webcast: Diabetes Fatigue: Tired and Trapped
ADA Member-Only: Hands On 5/10 Webinar: Effective Obesity Management in the Primary Care Setting
Hands On: 3/8/22: Webcast: 50 Diabetes Care Tips in 60 Minutes: Lessons from Year Two Webinars
Diabetes and Eye Health: A Guide for Primary Care Clinicians
Hands On Webinar 6/14: Using Diabetes-Related Technology to Support and Enhance Exercise
Diabetes Education 101 for the Behavioral Health Professional
Hands On 7/12/22 Webinar: What to Do When a Person with Diabetes Expresses Suicidal Ideation
Hands On 8/9/22 Webinar: Clinical Update: Treatment Intensification with Non-Insulin Therapies
Hands On 9/13/22 Webinar: Overcoming Financial and Logistical Barriers to Deliver Optimal Diabetes Care
Hands On 10/11/22 Webinar: New Options in Hybrid Closed-Loop Systems
Hands On 11/8/22 Webinar: How Health Care Teams Can Promote Positive Diabetes Self-Management
Hands On 12/13/22 Webinar: “Hands On” Series Wrap-up
ADA Member Only: Hands On 4/ 12 Webcast: Type 1 Diabetes and Eating Disorders: What Providers Should Know
Time in Range and COVID
Billing for interpretation of CGM
TIR: Obtaining CGM for Patients (3 parts)
Use of CGM in Pregnancy – the U.S and  European Perspective
TIR Pregnancy Practice Pearls
TIR and Pregnancy
Pregnancy Considerations When Using TIR
Novel Biochemical Markers of Glycemia to Predict Pregnancy Outcomes in Women With Type 1 Diabetes.
Blood Glucose Levels During Pregnancy: How low is too low?
New Tech and Time in Range
Engaging Patients with Technology
Common Patterns
Time In Range in the clinic: Use in clinical care and Diabetes Self-Management Education
Time in Range in Primary Care
More Green, Less Red
Keep it Simple: Explaining TIR data to patients
ADA Member-Only: Hands On 5/10 Webcast: Effective Obesity Management in the Primary Care Setting
Hands On Webcast 6/14: Using Diabetes-Related Technology to Support and Enhance Exercise
Behavioral Health in Diabetes Care
Making Diabetes Technology Work: Integrating Technology in the Clinic Workflow
Time in Range
Course Discussion
Hands On Webcast: 7/12/22: What to Do When a Person with Diabetes Expresses Suicidal Ideation
Hands On Webcast: 8/9/22:Clinical Update: Treatment Intensification with Non-Insulin Therapies
ADA Member Only Webinar: Heart Failure: An Underappreciated Complication of Diabetes
Amputations: What are we facing?
Improving Access to Diabetes Care in Underserved Population
Words Matter: Leveraging the Power of Communication in Clinic Visits
Hands On 9/13/22 Webcast: Overcoming Financial and Logistical Barriers to Deliver Optimal Diabetes Care
Hands On 10/11/22 Webcast: New Options in Hybrid Closed-Loop Systems
Low Vision Rehabilitation in Diabetes Care
Time in Range: Addressing SDOH to Maximize Time in Range
Time in Range: Workflow (recorded webinar)
Making Diabetes Technology Work