Enhance your professional development with webinars. Learn new approaches for engaging communities, increasing cultural competence, and promoting diabetes prevention and management. Credit is available for some webinars.
This webinar will highlight communication, marketing, and engagement tools for coaches in the National Diabetes Prevention Program (DPP) Lifestyle Change Program. CDC experts will demonstrate marketing resources that are tailored to specific audiences, including working adults and older adults who are eligible for the Medicare DPP. The presenters will also share tools (i.e. Personal Success Tool, Champion Toolkit) to help support efforts to recruit and retain participants.
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Web on demand: Expiration Date July 28, 2022
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The nuts and bolts of creating a social media strategy to build engagement with your audience to promote diabetes self-management and type 2 diabetes prevention.
Simple and inexpensive ways to make your diabetes management and type 2 diabetes prevention materials more relevant to your audiences by making them more culturally relevant.
Diabetes affects more than 30 million American adults, and nearly 90 million adults have prediabetes, putting them at a high risk for developing type 2 diabetes. It is well documented that men in minority communities are disproportionately affected by this chronic disease and are often reluctant to seek screening or participate in lifestyle change programs. Today more than ever, it is essential to understand and address the many needs of this hard-to-reach population. This webinar will offer strategies for engaging men in DSMES and other diabetes programs.
Diabetes self-management education and support (DSMES) services can improve behavior change in people living with diabetes and help meet provider benchmarks. CDC created the DSMES Toolkit to provide centralized resources to assist with the development, promotion, and implementation of DSMES services. Learn how to unpack the DSMES Toolkit resources to build the business case for DSMES, establish and deliver services, spark referrals, maximize reimbursement, and increase participation in DSMES. Learn more about DSMES at http://www.cdc.gov/diabetes/dsmes-toolkit/index.html
Let’s face it, behavior change can be challenging. People with diabetes need to make lifestyle changes to control their glucose levels and avoid complications, but it’s not simply a matter of will power. When people with diabetes fall short, sometimes the environment is often to blame. Providers may feel blame, too. This webinar discusses self-care behaviors to help address their emotional needs.
Web on demand: Start Date: May 30, 2019 – Expiration Date October 23, 2020
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In this 90-minute webinar, a panel of “wonder women” in diabetes education discusses the four critical time points to assess, provide, and adjust diabetes self-management education/support. The webinar highlights a toolkit created by these national organizations to assist diabetes educators and others with sharing the information and recommendations included in the joint position statement. Webinar speakers showcase the mystery of DSMES though a role-play showcasing tips to use this position statement to increase referrals to DSMES services.
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. Webinar participants will hear how diabetes prevention and management is being addressed through community collaboration in rural, urban and high-risk/high-burden settings.
Food insecurity can negatively affect health outcomes. It can impact diabetes self-management, glucose control, health care utilization, and one’s ability to cope with a chronic illness. This NDEP webinar will focus on defining food insecurity, its association with diabetes, and strategies that diabetes educators, health educators, and community health workers can use to help people with diabetes improve self-care.
Effective patient-provider communication is the foundation for providing patient-centered diabetes care. Webinar presenters describe strategies that diabetes educators, health educators, and community health workers can use to enhance and improve patient-provider communication. Also, learn how diabetes educators are using the New Beginnings Discussion Guide to address this essential topic in diabetes self-management education.
In this webinar, presenters share information about new diabetes screening guidelines for Asian Americans and describe innovative diabetes education approaches that have been used with AANHPI populations.
People with diabetes have a two to three times higher risk for tuberculosis (TB) than people without diabetes. In this webinar, experts from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention explore how the two conditions interact, describe the impact of TB and diabetes on outcomes for both conditions, and suggest opportunities for collaboration between diabetes and TB programs.
Motivational interviewing is a collaborative, patient-centered approach that can strengthen people’s motivation and commitment to behavior change. The motivational interviewing process guides people with diabetes to develop their own strategies to make positive changes in their health. Webinar presenters describe motivational interviewing and its role in diabetes education and provide some practical examples of its application.
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A panel of presenters introduces tools and strategies for working with faith-based organizations. Find out how to educate faith-based organizations about diabetes, conduct diabetes prevention and management activities, and create a healthy faith environment.
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Integrate the emotional aspects of diabetes into diabetes clinical care. This webinar explains the differences between depression and distress and how each can be addressed so that appropriate and targeted patient-centered interventions can occur.
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Storytelling can play a role in diabetes education by increasing people’s confidence that they can make positive changes and improving their problem-solving skills. Learn how storytelling can build trust and understanding, especially when the person with diabetes and the diabetes educator have different backgrounds and life experiences.
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Learn about community health workers (CHWs) and what they do to address chronic conditions and health disparities. This webinar showcases the strategies that CDC uses to engage CHWs in preventing and managing chronic conditions, developing policy, and other efforts.
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Discover the principles and methods for culturally competent communication between health care providers and their patients, with examples from Asian American, Native Hawaiian, and Pacific Islander doctor-patient interaction.
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Nutrition education is an important tool for preventing and managing diabetes within Hispanic and Latino communities. Build skills to deliver culturally oriented nutrition interventions and learn about NDEP’s nutrition materials for these populations.
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Health care costs continue to soar, while health and well-being are declining. The speakers help participants recognize the social, economic, and physical factors that contribute to health and learn how employers and communities can work together to control health care spending and improve health using a population health management approach.
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