Diabetes Mellitus offers a comprehensive training program focused on the effective management of Diabetes Mellitus. The main objective is to provide fellows with the knowledge and clinical skills necessary for various aspects of Diabetes management. This includes diagnostics, therapeutics, screening and management of complications, preventive care, diabetes education, counseling, and the utilization of the latest technology.

Through this fellowship, participants will receive extensive training in comprehensive diabetes management. They will gain valuable clinical exposure in managing different types of Diabetes and develop proficiency in diabetes-related research. Additionally, fellows will have the opportunity to engage in community programs related to Diabetes.

 Teaching Methods:
Server-based classes

Required Backgrounds:
MBBS / MD/MS/ DNB/ Equivalent

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  1. Basic Science Related to Diabetes
    Basic Science Related to Diabetes” is a comprehensive program designed for healthcare professionals and researchers seeking to deepen their understanding of the fundamental scientific principles underlying diabetes. This fellowship explores the core biological and biochemical mechanisms involved in the development and progression of diabetes, including both type 1 and type 2 diabetes.
    Participants in this fellowship will engage in cutting-edge research, laboratory work, and educational modules that cover areas such as insulin physiology, beta-cell function, genetics, and metabolic pathways. The program is tailored to equip clinicians, scientists, and educators with the knowledge and skills needed to contribute to the advancement of diabetes research and treatment. Graduates of this fellowship will be at the forefront of the field, making valuable contributions to diabetes management and potentially shaping the future of diabetes care.
  2. Diabetology
    Fellowship in Diabetology is a specialized program designed for healthcare professionals, including doctors, nurses, and healthcare practitioners, who aim to become experts in the field of diabetes care and management. This comprehensive fellowship provides a deep dive into the study and treatment of diabetes, covering both type 1 and type 2 diabetes, as well as other related conditions. Participants in this fellowship will receive extensive training in the latest developments in diabetes diagnosis, treatment, and research. The curriculum includes clinical exposure, patient care, and advanced knowledge in areas like insulin therapy, lifestyle management, and the latest advancements in diabetes medications and technologies.
  3. Management of Diabetes 
    Management of Diabetes  is a specialized program aimed at equipping healthcare professionals with the advanced knowledge and skills needed to effectively manage diabetes in a clinical setting. This comprehensive fellowship covers various aspects of diabetes care, including both type 1 and type 2 diabetes, and focuses on evidence-based strategies for diagnosis, treatment, and ongoing patient management. Upon completing this fellowship, healthcare practitioners, including physicians, nurses, and dietitians, will be well-prepared to provide comprehensive and patient-centered diabetes management, staying up-to-date with the latest advancements in the field and contributing to better outcomes for individuals with diabetes.
  4. Complications of Diabetes
    Complications of Diabetes is a specialized program tailored for healthcare professionals seeking advanced expertise in understanding and managing the complex medical issues that can arise from diabetes. This fellowship provides an in-depth exploration of both acute and chronic complications associated with diabetes, including cardiovascular disease, neuropathy, retinopathy, and nephropathy.Participants in this fellowship will receive comprehensive training in the latest research, diagnostic techniques, and treatment strategies for diabetes-related complications. The program focuses on early detection, prevention, and evidence-based management approaches to mitigate the impact of these complications on patients’ health and well-being.
  5. Prevention of Diabetes
    Prevention of Diabetes” is a specialized program designed for healthcare professionals dedicated to the proactive approach of preventing the onset and progression of diabetes. This comprehensive fellowship delves into the key strategies, lifestyle modifications, and public health initiatives aimed at reducing the risk and burden of both type 1 and type 2 diabetes. Upon completing this fellowship, healthcare practitioners, including physicians, nurses, and public health experts, will be equipped to lead and implement effective prevention programs, helping individuals at risk avoid the disease and promoting overall community health. This program is instrumental in addressing the global diabetes epidemic by focusing on prevention as a key component of healthcare.
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