Mike Geurin – Matching Diabetes Treatment to Diabetes Patients
Courses Content :
Objectives of Learning:
Attendees will be able to prioritize treatments for individual patients using patient variables and the ADA medication algorithms for type 2 diabetes.
Attendees will be able to comprehend important indications and contraindications for using SGLT-2 inhibitors and CLP-1 receptor agonists.
Attendees will be able to use an evidence-based approach to injectable diabetes medication.
In Billings, Montana, Mike Geurin, MD, is the Associate Program Director for the Montana Family Medicine Residency. Dr. Geurin is also a Clinical Adjunct Faculty member at Pacific Northwest University of Health Sciences and a Clinical Professor of Family Medicine at the University of Washington School of Medicine. He received his medical degree from the University of Oklahoma College of Medicine and completed his residency at the Montana Family Medicine Residency. Dr. Geurin’s areas of interest include Graduate Medical Education, Information Mastery, Diabetes Care, and Maternity Care.