Optometry as a primary health care profession is an integral part of the diabetes health care team above and beyond the annual eye examination.     This course will expand your knowledge on how to engage your patients living with Pre diabetes and diabetes within you office and with with other healthcare professionals.  By being an integral part of the team, we produce a winning result for our patients.

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Paula Newsome, O.D.

Ansel Johnson, O.D.



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