Bruce Welsh Bode MD, FACE
Dr. Bruce Bode is a diabetes specialist with Atlanta Diabetes Associates in Atlanta, Georgia, and is currently on the faculty of Emory University, as a Clinical Associate Professor in the Department of Medicine.
He received his medical degree from Emory University School of Medicine and completed an internship and residency in internal medicine at Emory University Affiliated Hospitals and a fellowship in diabetes with Paul C. Davidson, MD.
He has a strong affinity for working with children and young adults with diabetes and is considered one of the leading experts in the world on insulin delivery and glucose sensing. He is very active in clinical research on new diabetes products including pharmacological agents to prevent diabetes and control glucose and new insulins and glucose sensors.
He is a prolific writer with over 200 articles and books in the field of diabetes discussing current and future therapies for people with diabetes. He also sits on the advisory board of many of the leading companies in the field of diabetes care and research including the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation, the American Diabetes Association (ADA), and the Georgia diabetes camps.
MOC / CME / CE Requirements
Virginia Board of Medicine
Virginia Board of Medicine accepts the courses that are endorsed by ACCME and grants AMA PRA Category 1 credit.
CME Credits Required : 60.00 | Licensing Cycle AMA PRA : 2 Years | Category Credits : 30.00
- 60 hours every 2 years;
- 30 hours of CME must be under Category 1, of which 2 hours must be in pain management, proper prescribing of controlled substances, and the diagnosis and management of addiction.
- 60 hours of CME for every 2 years followed by immediate preceding renewal
- A minimum of 30 hours must be under Category 1, of which 2 hours must be in pain management, proper prescribing of controlled substances, and the diagnosis of management of addiction.
- OCC/MOC is not specifically addressed, but an endorsement of recertification by a specialty board is admitted as a substitute by the Virginia Board of Medicine.