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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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New SDPI Fact Sheet Infographic!New SDPI Fact Sheet Infographic! [PDF – 776 KB]

See how SDPI has helped changed the course of diabetes over the past 20 years by reducing diabetes and its costly complications. Share with others today!

New Tip Sheets Now Available!

Print and share these easy-to-read tip sheets. One has information on ways to keep your heart healthy. The other tip sheet shares how to work with your health care provider to reach your A1C and blood pressure goals.

Keeping Your Heart Healthy
Keeping Your Heart Healthy
[PDF – 296 KB]
Know Your Numbers
Know Your Numbers
[PDF – 135 KB]
2017 Diabetes in Indian Country Registration Site
2017 Diabetes in Indian Country Conference Exit Disclaimer: You Are Leaving www.ihs.gov

As the conference has reached maximum capacity, both registration and the wait list are now closed. To modify an existing registration, submit a poster, or find information on the conference, click on the link above.

CDC Vital SignsGood news: Reduction in Kidney Failure in AI/AN People Exit Disclaimer: You Are Leaving www.ihs.gov

CDC and IHS have released a Vital Signs reportExit Disclaimer: You Are Leaving www.ihs.gov 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 website Exit Disclaimer: You Are Leaving www.ihs.gov.

Tuesday, August 22, 2017

Upcoming Events

Upcoming Live CME/CE Education
August 22nd @ 3pm EDT
Diabetes Medications and Medication Management
Chris Lamer, PharmD, MHS, BCPS, CDE

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