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Division of Diabetes Treatment and Prevention (DDTP)

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Plate of nutritious food. March is National Nutrition Month

Join us each week in March for Advancements in Diabetes webinars with a focus on nutrition.

  • Learn about the Alaska Indigenous food movement and its impact on patient care.
  • Find out about new and simplified approaches for providing carbohydrate education.
  • Get the latest information on food labeling.
CME/CE is offered for each session.

2020 Report to CongressAnnouncing the SDPI 2020 Report to Congress!

This new report highlights the SDPI's ongoing and outstanding contributions to improvements in diabetes care and health outcomes for American Indian and Alaska Native (AI/AN) people.

Diabetes Edcuation Lesson Plans Check out the new Diabetes Education Lesson Plans

Eleven new and revised Diabetes Education Lesson Plans which include educator resources and participant materials. The lesson plans are designed for individual or group sessions and facilitate the knowledge and skills development necessary for diabetes self-care.

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, February 26, 2021
Upcoming Events

Upcoming Live CME/CE Education
March 2nd @ 3pm EST
Indigenous Foods Movement in Alaska: Holistic Approaches for Nutrition and Culture
Seth N. Anderson MS, RD, LD
Dietitian, Primary Care Clinics

Luz Smeenk MS, RD, LD
Community Educator, Diabetes Program

Amy Foote, CDM
Executive Chef, NANA Management Services

Alaska Native Tribal Health Consortium

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