In this edition of Update in Endocrinology, Yong Wan, PhD, discusses novel, evidence-based treatments for osteoporosis, Denise Charron-Prochownik, PhD, RN, CPNP, Andrea Fischl, PhD, CRNP, MPH, Sarah Stotz, PhD, RD, CDE, and Kelly Moore, MD, discuss the importance of preconception counseling for indigenous adolescents with diabetes, and Nami Safai Haeri, MD, and Hussain Mahmud, MD, present two clinical cases discussing rare occurrences of spontaneous bilateral adrenal hemorrhages in pregnancy.
Upon completion of this activity, participants should be able to:
- Provide preconception counseling (e.g., READY-Girls program) to all women with diabetes, starting at puberty and throughout adolescence
- Implement strategies to enhance women with diabetes’ intention to seek preconception counseling and care when planning a future pregnancy
- Increase access to resources (READY-Girls and Stopping GDM) for providing developmentally appropriate, culturally relevant preconception counseling to adolescents with, and at risk for, diabetes
- Recognize symptoms and lab findings of adrenal hemorrhage in pregnancy to enhance timely management
- Identify the risk factors and pathophysiology of spontaneous adrenal hemorrhage in pregnancy
- Identify the underlying mechanism of osteoporosis
Dr. Wan, Dr. Charron-Prochownik, Dr. Fischl, Dr. Mahmud, Dr. Safai Haeri, and Dr. Stotz have reported no relevant relationships with entities producing health care goods or services.
Dr. Moore has financial interests with the following entity or entities producing health care goods or services as indicated below:
- Grant/Research Support: National Institutes of Health, National Institute of Nursing Research (NIH NINR), American Diabetes Association, and American Heart Association
- Consultant: Novo Nordisk, Inc.
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