MED218SI: Diabetes 101 for Healthcare Providers
Instructor: Dr. Marina Basina

Tues: 12:30 - 1:20 pm
CCSR 4205
Contact Info: jdt2015@stanford.edu

Diabetes is an extremely high-prevalence disease, that you will likely encounter on a consistent basis regardless of your medical specialty, so learning about the practical aspects of treatment is extremely useful. This course is designed to teach these practical skills about diabetes care, treatment and the latest research in the field. Diabetes 101 for healthcare providers is a lunch seminar style course with lectures on subjects like: A meal in the life of a diabetic; Pumps/ CGMs/ Artificial Pancreases; Beyond Types 1 and 2; The Psychology of diabetes and chronic disease; and Rare complications and future treatments.


SDRC Faculty Development Course: Elements of Grant Writing
Instructor: Dr. Seung Kim

Weds and Fri: 1:00 pm - 2:30 pm
Beckman Center B302
Contact info: kiransk@stanford.edu