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Webinar: Community Collaboration to Prevent and Manage Diabetes

Collaboration involving a variety of partners is critical to the delivery of effective and efficient type 2 diabetes prevention and management education within high risk/high burden communities.

What
  • Health Professionals
  • Webinar
When May 25, 2017
from 09:00 am to 10:30 am
Where Online
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Webinar participants will hear how diabetes prevention and management is being addressed through community collaboration in rural, urban and high-risk/high-burden settings.  Presenters will provide first- hand information about how they built and sustained diabetes management and prevention collaborations in their communities.  The following topics will be addressed.

  • Identifying the challenges and opportunities unique to the setting
  • Identifying partners (organizations, government, faith, business)
  • Planning collaborative work
  • Funding
  • Evaluating community collaborations

 

Join the NDEP and this panel of experts, to learn how you can more effectively collaborate in your community to deliver diabetes prevention and management education.

Learning Objectives:

By the end of the webinar, participants will be able to:

  • Analyze the challenges and opportunities unique to their setting
  • Identify potential type 2 diabetes prevention or management education partners within their setting
  • Articulate the basic steps in planning for collaboration
  • Name at least 2 strategies to sustain type 2 diabetes prevention and management programs
  • Share strategies used by other organizations to evaluate the impact of community collaboration to achieve diabetes prevention and management education goals

 

This program has been approved for CNE, CEU, CECH and CPH credit. No fees are charged for CDC's CE activities. To receive credit: (a) complete the activity; (b) complete the evaluation at www.cdc.gov/TCEOnline; and (c) pass the posttest with 60% at www.cdc.gov/TCEOnline.  

 

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