This continuing medical education module will describe the prevalence of diabetes in Alabama, diabetes screening, diagnostic criteria, and patient management as well as describe patient training opportunities and diabetes prevention.

Hyponatremia is the most common electrolyte abnormality encountered in clinical practice. This CME module will review the major concepts of hyponatremia to provide the clinician with the knowledge to develop appropriate evaluation and plan of care for patients with hyponatremia.

This continuing medical educational opportunity describes the prevalence of prediabetes in Alabama and risk factors associated with having prediabetes. The material will also cover ways to prevent diabetes for this population at risk.

The risk of cardiovascular disease (CVD) is increased two to threefold in patients with type 2 diabetes and CVD is the main cause of death in patients with diabetes.  This online module discusses recommendations for the pharmacologic management of type 2 diabetes and reviews new data on hypoglycemic agents and the effect on CVD.

The incidence of osteoporosis continues to rise with the aging population.  This module is an updated version that expired in 2016 with updated agents used to treat osteoporosis.