Inequities in diabetes

48 minutes to Watch
Dr Rinki Murphy
4 December 2020
Inequities in diabetes - Dr Rinki Murphy

"Inequities in diabetes" is presented by Dr Rinki Murphy (MBChB, FRACP, PhD). Dr Murphy is an endocrinologist, diabetologist and physician working at Auckland DHB, Counties Manukau Health. She is also an associate professor of Medicine at the University of Auckland and has been a medical advisor for Diabetes Auckland since 2009. Dr Murphy holds a PhD in genetics and epigenetics of diabetes and she leads the national guidelines and database for monogenic diabetes.

What you can expect

In this video, Dr Murphy discusses the factors that lead to inequity in diabetes care. Her webinar covers:

  • Medication dispensing and health outcomes.
  • Who is getting left behind?
  • How to reduce inequities for diabetes patients.
  • A case history from a diabetes clinic.

This video was recorded from a live webinar hosted by Mobile Health on 18 November 2020 attended by predominantly rural health professionals.

The video has been edited for clarity.

Professional college endorsements

This activity has been endorsed by The Royal New Zealand College of General Practitioners (RNZCGP) and has been approved for up to 0.75 CME credits for continuing professional development purposes (1 credit per learning hour). To claim your CPD credits, log in to your Te Whanake dashboard and record these activities under the appropriate learning category.

This activity has been endorsed by the PSNZ as suitable for inclusion in a pharmacist’s CE records for CPD purposes.

Professional college endorsements