Diabetes and Visual Impairment: A New View for Health Professionals

Diabetes and Visual Impairment: A New View for Health Professionals is designed for health practitioners looking to improve their knowledge and related skills of both diabetes and visual impairment.

Nurses, physicians, social workers, pharmacologists, dietitians as well as physical and occupational therapists find it provides a renewed view. Upon successful completion, The Carroll Center for the Blind provides a certificate for 30 contact hours.


Continuing Education Credits

ACPE/CDR logosThis course is ACPE and CDR approved!! Earn Continuing Education Credits today!

In addition, this continuing education activity was approved by the Accreditation Council for Pharmacy Education as a provider of continuing pharmacy education for 23.5 contact hours of continuing education credit. The Commission on Dietetic Registration approves 30.50 contact hours.

Initial funding for development of the course was provided by the BlueCross BlueShield of Massachusetts Foundation.

Have a question about this course? Read the Diabetes and Visual Impairment Online Education Series FAQ and the course syllabus.



This cost to take this course is $100.00. Tuition can be paid by credit card, check or a purchase order. Credit card payment is preferred.


Course Length

It takes approximately 30 hours to complete the course.

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