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Division of Diabetes Treatment and Prevention (DDTP)

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90-Day Journal for Wellness Great news! Decrease in diabetes prevalence in AI/AN adults Exit Disclaimer: You Are Leaving 

The prevalence of diabetes in American Indian/Alaska Native (AI/AN) adults has decreased significantly. Free full text article: Prevalence of diagnosed diabetes in American Indian and Alaska Native adults, 2006–2017. Exit Disclaimer: You Are Leaving 

90-Day Journal for Wellness You’ve been asking for it!
"A River Runs Through Us"

Get your newly-revised edition of the "90-Day Journal for Wellness." This 256-page full-color journal features photos and quotes from Tribal community members. It includes daily messages, a section to identify feelings and thoughts, and a place to track your self-care activities on your wellness journey. Let the words inside you be your guide to good health of mind, body, and spirit.

Even More Free CME/CE Training Available!

Recorded CME/CE WebinarsVisit our Recorded CME/CE Webinars page for a variety of topics on diabetes-related care that provide CME/CE credit. Nine more were recently added!

Check Out Our Diabetes Education MaterialsCheck Out Our Diabetes Education Materials

Find culturally relevant and easy-to-use materials for providers, patients, and clients. Materials are free to order, or to download and print.

Friday, July 10, 2020
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Upcoming Events

Upcoming Live CME/CE Education
July 8th @ 3 pm EDT
Individualizing Care for People with Progressive Kidney Disease
Andrew S. Narva, MD, FASN
Clinical Consultant
IHS Division of Diabetes

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