Diabetes Case Management Demonstration Project
Monica Giotta, M.S., R.D.N., C.D.E. (760) 703-1136 (email@example.com)
Ms. Giotta is a Registered Dietitian/Nutritionist and received her Certified Diabetes Educator credential in 1993. Her contract work for CAO includes development of diabetes case management systems, diabetes program planning, promotion of diabetes Self-Management Education and Support (SMES), diabetes data collection and reporting, implementation of IHS Diabetes Standards of Care through multi-disciplinary teams, RPMS training, and evaluation of Diabetes Audit and GPRA reports for quality improvement.
Jamie Sweet, MSN, PHN, RN, (612) 418-1799 (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Ms. Sweet's family is Anishinaabe from Minnesota. Her father was an enrolled member of the White Earth Band of Ojibwe- the land of Wild Rice (Manoomin)!
Before moving to California, she worked with a small Ojibwe tribe on the Northern-most tip of Wisconsin as their Community Health Administrator-and was very involved with many community health initiatives, Her favorites were the SDPI project and expanding their AmeriCorps community garden and Nookwezigan (Medicine garden) in front of the Red Cliff Health Center.
In California, Sweet designed and implemented the Diabetes Prevention Program for Chapa-de, and assisted the Sacramento Native American Health Center with a Case Management community assessment.
Jamie's background in Public Health makes her excited about the community-based care that tribal and urban programs offer. She is honored to be a part of the SDPI programs and to work with others who understand that community is an inseparable part of individual health.