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Friday, August 01, 2014

Division of Diabetes Treatment and Prevention - Leading the effort to treat and prevent diabetes in American Indians and Alaska Natives


Graphic showing IHS and AADE shaking hands.How to Apply

You are permitted to attend one individual training program and one or more group Live Webinars.

Step 1 – Determine which training program suits your learning needs. Review the program overview, learning objectives and intended audience. Review the information on the cancellation policy very carefully.

Step 2 – Fill out and submit the application for the selected training. Each course has its own application form; read it carefully and enter all the required information.

Step 3 – Once you have completed the form(s), please fax or email to:

DDTP/AADE Partnership Training Programs
c/o the Hill Group
Fax: 301-897-9587
Email: dpayes@thehillgroup.com

What Happens After We Receive Your Application

Once your application is received, the Hill Group will verify that you meet the prerequisites and eligibility requirements for that training program. Then the application will be sent to the Division of Diabetes for final approval. If approved, you will receive confirmation of your acceptance from the Hill Group within two weeks from the date your application was received.

The Division of Diabetes will forward your approved application on to the American Association of Diabetes Educators (AADE) for final registration. AADE will then send you an email confirmation of the registration within two business days.

If you need to cancel registration for any of the courses, notify the Division of Diabetes. An administrative fee for cancelling your registration applies. See the cancellation information specific to each offering.

After You Complete the Training

To receive Continuing Education (CE) credits, all of the trainings require completion of the entire training and post-course tests or evaluations.

  • AADE post-course requirements – The test or evaluation must be submitted to AADE upon completion of the entire training.
  • Division of Diabetes follow-up survey – Six months following the completion of the training you will receive an evaluation to see how the training has influenced your practice. Timely completion of this evaluation is important as your feedback is used for ongoing assessment of this training partnership program.

Training Programs – More Information and Application Forms

These pages have detailed information about the available programs and links to the application forms here at the DDTP Web site.

Offered for Individuals:

Offered for Individuals and Groups:

Offered for LPNs, CHRs and medical assistants:

Division of Diabetes Treatment and Prevention | Phone: (505) 248-4182 | Fax: (505) 248-4188 | diabetesprogram@ihs.gov