Updates in Diabetes Mellitus Management with Sarah Kim
Join us in room N-217 (Nursing Building) for Department of Medicine Grand Rounds. Lunch will be provided.
The novel diabetes drugs are as exciting as they are confusing. At our next Medicine Grand Rounds, Sarah Kim will demystify the latest medications for diabetes and explore the current and future state of continuous glucose monitoring devices. This talk will be a comprehensive and clinically relevant update on the management of patients with both Type 1 and Type 2 diabetes.
Sarah Kim, MD is professor of Medicine and clinician-educator in the Division of Endocrinology and Metabolism at UCSF Health and ZSFG. Board certified in adult endocrinology as well as general pediatrics, her clinical work has focused on adult diabetes and adult and pediatric obesity. Sarah directs the UCSF Diabetes Teaching Center, where she focuses on diabetes educational programs and serves as a co-investigator on diabetes research studies.
How to Attend
N-217 (Nursing Building, enter through 521 Parnassus Avenue.)
Lunch will be provided.
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Webinar ID: 938 6870 6312
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The session will be recorded for later play. See all past recordings.