Living with diabetes - new findings | DW English

This course introduces parts of the body and processes involved in the development of diabetes.

Learning outcomes

After studying this course, you should be able to:

  • define and use, or recognise definitions and applications of, each of the terms printed in bold in the text
  • explain how diabetes is diagnosed
  • describe the different types of diabetes and their possible causes
  • describe some of the structures and chemical changes involved in glucose regulation within the body
  • discuss the factors that make people prone to developing diabetes, including genetic aspects.

Course Curriculum

1. Definition
Defining diabetes 00:30:00
What is diabetes? 00:30:00
2. Parts of the body and hormones involved in diabetes
Parts of the body and hormones involved in diabetes 01:30:00
Pancreas 01:30:00
Gut 01:30:00
Liver and Muscle 01:30:00
Fat 01:30:00
Insulin 00:30:00
Glucagon 01:30:00
3. Diagnosing diabetes
How to diagnose diabetes FREE 01:30:00
4. Classification of diabetes
Type 1 diabetes 01:30:00
Type 2 diabetes 01:30:00
Gestational diabetes 01:30:00
5. Genes and risk
Genes and risk 01:30:00
Risk Factors 01:30:00
Conclusion – Living with Diabetes 01:30:00
Acknowledgements – Living with Diabetes 00:30:00
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