Discover our training offer including Live Webinars, On-Demand-Webinars and additional Service Materials. With the Berlin-Chemie Online Academy we want to offer interdisciplinary scientific education, helpful services and a broad range of effective treatment options in Primary & Specialty Care.

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  • Diabetes

    The current place of DPP4-inhibitors in diabetes treatment: insights from diabetes guidelines and clinical evidence Recording of the Live Webinar on 18th Oct 2023

    • Sitagliptin update according to the recent international guidelines and studies
      Prof. Dr. Oguzhan Deyneli (Turkey)
      KoƧ Univ. Hast. Endokrinoloji ve Metabolizma Hast. Klinigi
    • DPP4 inhibitors: lessons of real clinical practice
      Prof. Valeh Mirzazade (Azerbaijan)
      Azerbaijan State Advanced Training Institute for Doctors named after A. Aliyev
    • Q&A interactive session
  • Respiratory

    ERS 2023: Key Takeaways on COPD Management Recording of the Live Webinar on 21st Sep 2023

    • Key Learnings we can use in practice
      Dr. Claudio Micheletto (Italy)
      University Hospital of Verona
    • The holistic approach to COPD patients: novel insights from ERS 2023
      Dr. Jutta Beier (Germany)
      Insaf Respiratory Research Institute
    • Q&A interactive session
  • Diabetes

    Beyond glycemic control – role and importance of SGLT-2i in T2DM management Recording of the Live Webinar on 20th Sep 2023

    • 2022 ADA/EASD Guidelines on diabetes management: main updates and reasons behind
      Prof. Stefano Del Prato (Italy)

      Professor of endocrinology and metabolism at the University of Pisa School of Medicine Working group member, current
      ADA/EASD Guidelines on diabetes management
    • Decoding cardioprotection with SGLT2i in type 2 diabetes
      Dr. Petar Seferovic (Serbia)

      Professor of internal medicine, University of Belgrade Working group member, current ESC/EASD Guidelines on diabetes management
    • Q&A interactive session