ADEs: Diabetes Agents Training: Continuing Education Post-Test

I attest that I have completed this entire training.
Investing time in shared decision making can lead to increased patient engagement and fewer hypoglycemic ADEs.
Using shared decision making to improve health literacy requires:
___________________________ is an example of provider’s barrier in applying shared decision making to set glycemic goals with patients.
____________________ is a method used to confirm that you have explained what patients need to know in a manner they understand so they are able to self-manage diabetes with confidence. This communication method is marked by the patient’s ability to repeat information back to you in his or her own words.
Factors affecting medication adherence include the following:
The ability to obtain, communicate, process, and understand health information and services in order to make appropriate health decisions is called:
Older adults (age 65 and older) are five (5) times more likely than younger people to have an ADE requiring hospital admission?
A 46-year-old male was diagnosed with type 2 diabetes mellitus approximately 5 years ago. He has attended multiple community-organized diabetes education classes and has no significant comorbidities or vascular complications. What is his optimal hemoglobin A1c goal?
Along with major comorbidities, the other major factor(s) to consider in setting individualized glycemic targets are:
Which of the following statements are true?