Check this webpage frequently for a list of upcoming conferences, workshops and trainings related to diabetes and Indian health issues. Learn about the latest diabetes treatment and prevention strategies. Take an opportunity to share and network with each other. In addition, CME/CE credits may be offered.
Taking Control of Your Diabetes (TCOYD) Conference and Health Fair
The Ultimate Diabetes Event - See site for dates and locations.
The focus is on the importance of diabetes education and being your own best advocate when it comes to your condition. TCOYD conferences and health fairs bring together people with diabetes and those at risk with medical professionals and diabetes-related experts.
American Association of Diabetes Educators Annual Meeting
August 6 – 9, 2014 | Hyatt Regency Orlando | Orlando, FL
Diabetes educators from across the country gather to learn from the brightest and most respected minds in diabetes care, share innovative ideas, network, and have fun. Past attendees report leaving the meeting with a stockpile of new ideas and renewed passion for their work. The meeting is comprised of general sessions, breakout sessions, poster presentations, corporate symposia and product theaters.
National Indian Health Board (NIHB) 31st Annual Consumer Conference
Advancing Native Health Care through Consultation, Technology, and Tradition
September 8 – 11, 2014 | Hyatt Regency Albuquerque | Albuquerque, NM
The NIHB Consumer Conference will provide the most up-to-date and important information Tribal leaders, health directors and consumers will need as they work toward reducing American Indian and Alaska Native health disparities through continued advancement of the Tribal health care system. In addition to an in-depth, special focus on Health Information Technology, the conference also will offer presentations and workshops on Medicare, Medicaid and Health Care Reform; Health Care Policy & Advocacy; Health Promotion/Disease Prevention; Health, Public Health & Youth; Tribal Oral Health and other cross-cutting topics.
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