Associate Program Director, Amy Koenings, R.N., C.N.P., along with two participants introduce you to the Mayo Clinic Diabetes Intensive Training Program. Mayo School of Health Sciences (MSHS) offers this five-credit professional enhancement course called the Diabetes Intensive Training Program geared toward nurse practitioners and physician assistants. The course includes 32 hours of online didactic course work through Blackboard Learn and 160 clinical hours divided into eight inpatient and eight outpatient days.
This course may be customized and taken as an online didactic only as a two-credit course; online didactic with inpatient clinical rotation (additional 1.5 credits); online didactic with outpatient clinical rotation (additional 1.5 credits); or online didactic with both inpatient and outpatient clinical rotation (five-credit course).
The didactic material for the program was developed using the American Diabetes Association Clinical Guidelines and the reference list provided by the American Association of Diabetes Educators for the Board Certified-Advanced Diabetes Management (BC-ADM) exam. The potential benefits in becoming an advanced diabetes manager include health care cost containment and provision of quality care along with reimbursement for counseling people with diabetes.
For more information on this program, visit our website at: http://www.mayo.edu/mshs/careers/diabetes/diabetes-intensive-training-program-minnesota/?mc_id=youtube
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