These Fact sheets can be used for a variety of health and wellness education activities. Fact sheets can be easily e-mailed to employees, posted on central bulletin boards in lunch rooms or health centers and distributed at health fairs or during diabetes support groups.
Up to date fact sheets about diabetes incidence and specific incidence data for your location is available from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention at this link.
Special Notes: Many of these fact sheets are courtesy of the Cooperative Extension Service, the University of Georgia College of Agriculture and Environmental Sciences and the College of Family and Consumer Sciences. They have been previously published by the University of Georgia.
The "Supervisors Guide to Diabetes" was developed by Timothy McDonald, P.A., M.H.S.A., Manager of Corporate Health Promotion, Health Care Initiatives of General Motors. "Tips for Supporting Your Family Member or Friend with Diabetes" was written by Barbara Larson, M.P.H., R.D., Program Manager, Colorado Diabetes Control Program. "Shift Work and Diabetes" and the facts sheets in "For the Health Care Provider" category were developed by Pamela Allweiss, M.D., University of Kentucky.
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