Let’s Move! in Indian Country
SDPI Grantee Webinar Series: Sharing Youth and Family Best Practices
Let’s Move! in Indian Country (LMIC) is a part of First Lady Michelle Obama’s Let’s Move! initiative. Let's Move! is “dedicated to solving the problem of obesity within a generation, so that children born today will grow up healthier and able to pursue their dreams.”
LMIC seeks to advance and support the work that Special Diabetes Program for Indians (SDPI) grantees, Tribal health programs, community members, and organizations are already doing to address childhood obesity and improve the health of Native youth.
Throughout our history, Native communities have provided some of the best examples of healthy food and sustainable community-based practices. To highlight some of these examples, LMIC webinars will be held monthly to feature SDPI grantees and their best practices in addressing youth and family health.
Federal Resources and Activities for Preventing Childhood Obesity
in American Indian and Alaska Native Youth
Wednesday, November 19, 2014
3pm EST / 2pm CST / 1pm MST / 12pm PST / 11am AKST
Presented by: LMIC Federal Inter-agency Team Partners
No registration required. This web-based live session is scheduled for 1 ½ hours.
Note: Select “Enter as a Guest” and sign in with your first and last name.
IHS Tele-Behavioral Health Center of Excellence
The IHS Tele-Behavioral Health Center of Excellence (TBHCE) offers a wide variety of online educational events in conjunction with the University of New Mexico and other IHS divisions. Training topics vary from IHS Clinical Rounds, Pain and Addiction, Traumatic Brain Injury, Child and Adolescent Psychiatry, Parenting, Counseling Techniques, Child Mental Health, Psychopharmacology, Historical Trauma, and more.
Practice Standards for Diabetes in Pregnancy
2 EDT / 1 CDT / 12 MDT / 11 PDT / 10 AKDT
Sessions are 1.5 hours in length. Free CEUs available.
October 8, 2014 – New Rules for Diagnosing Hyperglycemia – Impact on Fetus and Mother
Professional Training Resources
Certified Diabetes Educator
– Learn more about and apply for the Certified Diabetes Educator credential, which allows health care professionals who have defined roles as diabetes educators to demonstrate that they have distinct and specialized diabetes education knowledge.
Certified Lipid Specialist
– Learn more about how physicians and mid-level providers can become recognized for their advanced training and experience in managing patients with lipid disorders.