Diabetes and Metabolism
Diabetes Complications- this interactive module looks at the way diabetes is managed once it has been diagnosed in order to reduce the risk of further complications. Useful for doctors though to newly diagnosed patients.* add to patients and carers and mydiabetesmy way
Time- 16 hours, Level- introductory
Living with Diabetes- This interactive unit introduces the parts of the body and processes involved in the development of diabetes. A good overview of the pphysiology of diabetes. Useful for health professional and patients.* add to patients and carers and mydiabetesmy way
Time- 5 hours. Level - introductory
Obesity- This interactive module looks at the science behind obesity, examining the dietary, physiological and genetic aspects of the topic
Time- 15 hours, Level- intermediate
This lecture series cover al the major Diabetes and Endocrinology conditions. For each condition a clear lecture sheet is produced with Goals, learning objectives, diagrams, pictures and references.
University of Edinburgh (need U of E login currently)
This interactive CAL discusses aspects of energy metabolism and insulin action
PATHCAL- go to Endocrine systems.
A comprehensive interactive resource with information on patho-physiology and histology of the Endocrine system.
Level- introductory to intermediate
Diabetes Clinical CALS
This series of interactive patient based CALs go through various diabetes clinical scenarios (currently available to univeristy of edinburgh staff only):
My Diabetes My Way
My Diabetes My Way- This resource was developed by NHS Scotland with patient education in mind, but it contains information about diabetes and it management that will also be of use to health professionals. It contains interactive educational tools, games, leaflets , patient testimony videos, links to external resources and much more.
Diabetes Info + -is designed as a one-stop-shop for quality assured information for people with diabetes, their families and carers, and interested members of the public but also contains a host of infomration suitable for health professionals.
* add to patients and carers