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Diabetes Online CME/CE Education

Division of Diabetes Treatment and Prevention - Advancements in Diabetes Seminars

Earn free CME/CE by attending our live clinical training webinars. In each one-hour webinar, experts present what's new on diabetes-related topics and describe practical tools to use in your practice. Training is intended for physicians, nurse practitioners, physician assistants, nurses, dentists, dietitians, diabetes program coordinators, and other health care professionals.

Accredited Providers of CME/CE: IHS Clinical Support Center, IHS Nutrition and Dietetics Training Program, and IHS Division of Oral Health.

Note: Most live webinars are recorded and offer CME/CE credit.

Next Live Free CME/CE Webinar

Topic:
Indigenous Foods Movement in Alaska: Holistic Approaches for Nutrition and Culture
Presenters:
Seth Anderson MS, RD, LD
Dietitian, Primary Care Clinics
Southcentral Foundation

Luz Smeenk MS, RD, LD
Community Educator, Diabetes Program
Alaska Native Tribal Health Consortium

Amy Foote, CDM
Executive Chef

Alaska Native Tribal Health Consortium
Credit offered:
CME/CE/CPEU/CDE
Date:
Tuesday, March 2, 2021
Time:
3pm EST / 2pm CST / 1pm MST / 12pm PST / 11am AKST
Duration:
1 hour
Add to Calendar:
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Registration:
Not required. Use the Join Webinar button at the time of the webinar to join.
Questions:
Contact the Clinical Training Team for any questions.

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Information about the webinar presentation:

Indigenous food ways have a long history of holistic wellness with significant contribution to diabetes prevention. This session will discuss Alaska movement in AN/AI communities for the reclamation and revitalization of indigenous foods. The Alaska foods cookbook project, large-scale use of indigenous foods in hospital meals and senior meals program, and therapeutic value of providing access to indigenous foods will all be discussed. Insights and recommendation for implementing indigenous foods programs will be shared.

Save the Dates for Live CME/CE Sessions

Advancements in Diabetes webinar sessions are held monthly and are scheduled for one hour. Contact the Clinical Training Team for any questions or recommendations for future topics/speakers.

Date Topic Presenter(s) Add to Calendar
Tuesday, March 9 Traditional Foods Are a Way to Talk About Health: The CDC Traditional Foods Project Dawn Satterfield, PhD, MSN, RN
Larry Alonso, FNP-BC

CDC National Center for Chronic Disease Prevention and Health Promotion, Division of Diabetes Translation

Lemyra DeBruyn, PhD
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Tuesday, March 16 Simplified Carbohydrate Education Approaches Jenna Cope, MPH, RD, LD, CHES®
Senior Public Health Analyst
Office for the Advancement of Telehealth
HRSA Federal Office of Rural Health Policy
and
Kibbe Brown, MS, RDN
Nutrition Consultant

IHS Division of Diabetes Treatment and Prevention
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Wednesday, March 24 Native American Food Culture, Traditions, and Nutrition Counseling: a look into Chippewa/Cree and Navajo traditions Terrie Stump,
Diabetes Prevention Coordinator
and
Dakotah Bronec, RD

Rocky Boy Diabetes Program
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Tuesday, March 30
2-3 pm EDT
FDA Update on the Nutrition Facts Label and Education Campaign Blakeley Fitzpatrick, MPH, RD
Director, Division of Nutrition Programs
and
Maya Maroto, EdD, MPH, RD
Public Health Educator

FDA/Center for Food Safety and Applied Nutrition
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Unless otherwise specified, all training begins at 3pm ET / 2pm CT / 1pm MT / 12pm PT / 11am AKT.