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Division of Diabetes Treatment and Prevention

Resources & Tools for Clinicians and Educators
Tools for Diabetes Educators and Community Members

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CDC Vital Signs
Save the Date:
2017 Diabetes in Indian Country Conference

September 19-21, 2017
Hyatt Regency Albuquerque
Albuquerque, NM
More information coming soon!

CDC Vital SignsCDC Vital SignsExit Disclaimer: You Are Leaving

CDC and IHS have released a Vital Signs reportExit Disclaimer: You Are Leaving showing a dramatic decrease in kidney failure from diabetes among American Indians and Alaska Natives. The report and related materials can be found on the Vital Signs websiteExit Disclaimer: You Are Leaving

New Printable Tip Sheets on WalkingNew Printable Tip Sheets on Walking

Print and share these easy-to-read tip sheets that encourage clients to start or continue physical activity by walking.

SDPI Diabetes Prevention and Healthy Heart Toolkits Released!

SDPI Diabetes Prevention and Healthy Heart ToolkitsView the toolkits to find out how SDPI Diabetes Prevention and Healthy Heart Programs successfully implemented strategies to reduce diabetes and cardiovascular disease risk.

Diabetes CME/CE Online Education Available at No Cost

Earn free CME/CE credit for diabetes-related online education developed by the Division of Diabetes, designed for clinicians and other health professionals serving in the Indian health system. Choose from over a dozen topics on diabetes care.

Thursday, March 30, 2017

Upcoming Events

Check out these Upcoming Live CME/CE Education webinars for March’s National Nutrition Month – tailored for everyone who is interested in new ideas for providing diabetes education!

March 29th @ 3pm EDT
Innovations in Nutrition Care for Reaching Patients
Darian Schaubert, MS, RD, LN
Abbey McCarthy, MS, RD, LD
Stacy Hammer, RDN, LDN

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