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New Interactive Learning Module – Preconception Care in Women with Diabetes: What Do Pharmacists Need to Know?

Women with pre-existing diabetes who become pregnant have higher rates of perinatal complications than the general population. Preconception care involves recognizing and addressing biomedical and behavioral issues that may pose a risk to the health of a woman or fetus. Take part in our new Interactive Learning module and explore the ways pharmacists can help to identify appropriate women and raise awareness of the need for preconception care.

New Article – The Role of the Pharmacist Within a Diabetes Care Team in the Community

We asked our members to share their experiences overcoming barriers to delivering high quality healthcare to their patients with diabetes. Read our first story, from Susie Jin, describing her experiences as a pharmacist who has become increasingly engaged within her patients’ diabetes care team in the community. Susie describes how one of the benefits of team care is to be there for the patient, at the right time, when the patient is ready to accept support.

New Article – The Role of the Pharmacist Within a Diabetes Care Team in a Hospital Setting

We asked our members to share their experiences overcoming barriers to delivering high quality healthcare to their patients with diabetes. Read this story from Henry Halapy, describing his experiences as a pharmacist within a diabetes care team in a hospital setting. Henry describes an approach to managing hospital inpatient diabetes.