Join us for one-hour live online seminars that provide CME/CE credit. Presented by experts, these seminars will discuss what’s new, update your knowledge and skills, and describe practical tools to use with your patients with diabetes.
Accredited Sponsors: IHS Clinical Support Center, IHS Nutrition and Dietetics Training Program, and IHS Division of Oral Health.
Wednesday, October 22, 2014
3pm EDT / 2pm CDT / 1pm MDT / 12pm PDT / 11am AKDT Diabetes in Native Youth: The SEARCH for Diabetes in Youth Study
Dana Dabalea, MD, MPH
Registration not required. Click on the orange button above at the time of the training. You may join up to 15 minutes prior to the start time.
Session Information: This session will review findings from the SEARCH study. Funded by the CDC and NIH since 2000, SEARCH is an epidemiological study that has examined the burden of diabetes in youth across seven racial/ethnic populations in the US. Southwest Native youth participated in the project. Overall findings will be presented along with specifics of what has been learned about diabetes from Navajo and other Southwest Native youth. Discussion will include: how SEARCH data can be used to design and implement public health efforts to prevent type 1 and type 2 diabetes in youth; and clinical and community health practice implications in AI/AN communities.
Tuesday, November 25, 2014
3pm EST / 2pm CST / 1pm MST / 12pm PST / 11am AKST Update on Nutrition and Chronic Kidney Disease
Theresa Kuracina, MS, RD, CDE
Diabetes Seminar Resources
Please note: The recorded sessions generally do not carry CME/CE credit. *However, selected seminar topics are available as Web-based trainings with CME/CE credit.
Link to the recorded session and presentation handout.
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