SDPI Community-Directed Grant Program
Training Options for FY 2013 and FY 2014
Let’s Move! in Indian Country
Webinar Series: Sharing Youth and Family Best Practices
Wednesday, August 20, 2014
3pm EDT / 2pm CDT / 1pm MDT / 12pm PDT / 11am AKDT
Session information will be available soon.
No registration required. This is a web-based live session that is scheduled for 1 hour.
Note: Select “Enter as a Guest” and sign in with your first and last name.
Overview of Training Requirements
The SDPI Community-Directed grant Terms and Conditions from the Notice of Award states that grantees are required to participate in SDPI training sessions either live or recorded.
Tracking SDPI Community-Directed Grant Training
Grantees are required to keep track of their training participation and attendance, as they may be subject to an audit of training records. A Certificate of Attendance is offered for attending most live training sessions and is accessible at the end of the training evaluation. For all other trainings, that do not offer a Certificate of Attendance, grantees should make a note in their program’s training records.
Sample training tracking tools may be used to assist in tracking; however grantees may create a tracking method that suits their program needs.
Grantees can select a total of two trainings from the training programs below in order to fulfill two out of the four trainings for the SDPI Community-Directed Grant Training Requirements for FY 2013 and FY 2014.
SDPI Optional Training Sessions
View live or recorded sessions. For recorded sessions, see previously recorded sessions below.
Advancements in Diabetes Seminars
Various topics related to diabetes care.
Diabetes Audit Trainings
Target Measures Update
Recorded session on A1C and Blood Pressure target measures by Ann Bullock, MD (27:30 minutes)
Tipping the Motivational Balance for Change Show sessions
Training series on behavior change techniques. Access training sessions in the section below.
Let’s Move! in Indian Country Webinar Series
Learn how SDPI Programs are making a difference in their communities using youth best practices.
Listen to previously recorded sessions hosted by the Division of Diabetes as optional trainings. If you have difficulty downloading or watching the recorded session, please contact IHSDDTPSDPICommunity@ihs.gov to request a CD of the training to be mailed to you.
Note: SDPI training sessions do not carry CME/CE credit.
||SDPI Showcase: Sharing Success
- Connie Brushbreaker
- Vicki Shively, RN, PHN, MPA
- Preston Holiday
- Rosebud Sioux - Slides
- Northern Valley - Slides
- Tuba City - Slides
||SDPI Showcase: Sharing Success
- Tracy White, MS, RN, CDE
- Demetra Barr, MD, MPH
- Roda Bird Rattler
Rosemary Cree Medicine
- Seneca Nation - Slides
- Fort McDowell - Slides
- Southern Peigan - Slides
||SDPI Showcase: Healthy Youth Programs
Norton Sound Health Corporation
- Kelly Keyes Zweifel, RD, CDE
Megan Timm, BS
- Let’s Move! and Summercise - Slides
- Summercise Brochure Inserts
- Camp CRAVE and Youth Activities - Slides
||SDPI Showcase: Access to Care
- CDR Lois Schumacher, RN, MSN, CDE, BC-ADM
- Jason Gleason, NP
- Ruth Anne McGovern, MS, FNP, CDE
Alison Goerl, RD, LD
- Bristol Bay – Slides
- IFHC – Slides
- NARA – Slides
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