QUEST Program Produces Gestational Diabetes Educational Videos
July 23, 2018
Gestational Diabetes Mellitus (GDM) is one of the most common metabolic complications of pregnancy and can affect up to 20% of women. When left untreated, GDM increases the risk of complications to both mother and baby during pregnancy and delivery.
The Quality Education and Safety (QUEST) committee at the University of Toronto’s Banting & Best Diabetes Centre is pleased to announce the creation of two authoritative and unbiased educational videos Gestational Diabetes: Best Management Practices, and Gestational Diabetes: Mount Sinai Hospital Protocol that will help all members of the healthcare team understand how to diagnose and treat GDM. The videos demonstrate how it is done at Mount Sinai Hospital in Toronto.
The Banting & Best Diabetes Centre would like to thank Drs. Denice Feig, Diane Donat and Miranda Boggild and the Endocrinology, Obstetrical, and Family Medicine Working Group at Mount Sinai Hospital for their contributions to the videos.
Upon completion of watching the ” Gestational Diabetes: Best Management Practices” video, please click on the link to print your Certificate of Completion Part 1
Upon completion of watching the ” Gestational Diabetes: Mount Sinai Hospital Protocol” video, please click on this link to print your Certificate of Completion Part 2