Indian Health Service The Federal Health Program for American Indians and Alaska Natives
Special Diabetes Program for Indians
In response to the diabetes epidemic among American Indians and Alaska Natives, Congress established the SDPI grant programs in 1997. This $150 million annual grant program, coordinated by IHS Division of Diabetes with guidance from the Tribal Leaders Diabetes Committee, funds for diabetes treatment and prevention to IHS, Tribal, and Urban Indian health programs across the United States.
Videos, tip sheets, podcasts, books, and more are now available in one place! Find patient education materials and resources offered by the IHS Division of Diabetes in this new, easy-to-use, online system.
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!
Thank you to all who attended this year’s conference, in-person and via live streaming. Slides from presentations will be posted on the conference website when permitted by presenters, so please check back regularly.
Upcoming Live CME/CE Education
October 18 @ 3pm EDT
Pre-Conception Considerations for Women at Risk for Development of GDM or T2DM
Laura Mercer, MD FACOG
OBGYN Clerkship Director/Clinical Assistant Professor, OBGYN
University of Arizona College of Medicine
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