WEBINAR Tuesday 16 November: Supporting people and whānau with chronic and life-limiting conditions to think and plan for their future care.

Type 2 diabetes (mate huka) currently affects almost 300,000 people in Aotearoa, while a further >900,000 people have prediabetes. Substantial inequities exist with Māori, Pacific and South-Asian people bearing both the highest burden of disease and the poorest health outcomes.

Primary care physicians play a crucial role in the detection and management of MCI that potentially could be life-changing to the individual.

WEBINAR Wednesday 24 November: Ryan Paul will present a practical guide around experiences with dulaglutide.

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