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Training Courses | Training & Technical Assistance | Ndep | Diabetes | Cdc

To receive email updates about Diabetes Education enter your email address: NDEP provides access to training courses to help you better understand a specific subject matter, build skills, and communicate important diabetes-related information. Some of these courses provide continuing education credit. Developing Community Based Programs for People with Diabetes This e-learning module, available in both English and Spanish, is a basic introduction to the ways community based organizations can help support people with diabetes. From promoting healthy lifestyles and providing support, to creating environments where people can make healthy choices, community based organizations play an important role in helping people with diabetes learn to manage the condition. Take this course to learn more about what your organization can do and how to get started. An introductory training for community based organizations about effective strategies to provide support for people with diabetes and their families. Click here to start the course. This e-learning module is a basic introduction to the ways community based organizations can help support people with diabetes. From promoting healthy lifestyles and providing support, to creating environments where people can make healthy choices, community based organizations play an important role in helping people with diabetes learn to manage the condition. Take this course to learn more about what your organization can do and how to get started. Continue reading >>

American Diabetes Association And American Association Of Diabetes Educators Issue 2017 National Standards For Diabetes Self-management Education And Support

American Diabetes Association And American Association Of Diabetes Educators Issue 2017 National Standards For Diabetes Self-management Education And Support

American Diabetes Association and American Association of Diabetes Educators Issue 2017 National Standards for Diabetes Self-Management Education and Support Diabetes is a highly complex disease that requires continuous daily care to effectively manage blood glucose levels and to help reduce and avoid deadly and costly complications. Therefore, diabetes self-management education and support (DSMES), is a vital component of care for all people with diabetes, as well as for people who are at risk for developing diabetes. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Preventions most recent estimates, 30.3 million people in the U.S. are living with diabetes23.1 million people with diagnosed diabetes and another 7.2 million people who are believed to be living with undiagnosed diabetesand 84 million people are at increased risk for developing type 2 diabetes. The American Diabetes Association (Association) and the American Association of Diabetes Educators (AADE) are publishing the 2017 National Standards for Diabetes Self-Management Education and Support (Standards). The detailed recommendations, which are updated regularly, will be published online on July 28, 2017, and in the September 2017 issues of Diabetes Care and The Diabetes Educator. DSMES focuses on the ongoing process of providing patients and caregivers with the knowledge, skills and abilities that are necessary for prediabetes and diabetes self-care. Additionally, DSMES includes activities that assist a person with diabetes in implementing and sustaining the behaviors needed to manage his or her condition on an ongoing basis. The Standards outline and define evidence-based, specific guidelines to help diabetes educators and medical providers establish and sustain patient care models, programs and teams for Continue reading >>

National Diabetes Educator Program

National Diabetes Educator Program

National Diabetes educator Program (NDEP) The program has been developed with the objective of creating Diabetes Educators. A Diabetes Educator is a health care professional who is specialized and certified to teach people with diabetes how to manage their condition. This program is backed by Dr. Mohan Diabetes education Academy (DMDEA), a unit of Dr. Mohan Diabetes Specialties Centre and the Indian Association of Diabetes educators (IADE). This Course is being conducted in 100 pre-Selected cities/centers. The entire course is for 40 hrs ( on a Sunday once in a month for 10 consecutive months) Candidates will be assessed on the basis of MCQs, role plays practical assignments. At the end of the course, each candidate will be awarded a certificate. Science graduate (B.Pharm, Bsc/Associate of science in Nursing or BSN, BA in Nutrition or similar) Must be working with a practicing or a Dialectologist. The Participants will be required to fill in the registration form and submit it at the centre The selection of the candidates is subject to fulfillment of the above criteria. Only those candidates who are willing to attend all the modules and participate actively in the course will be enrolled. Continue reading >>

How To Become A Diabetes Educator

How To Become A Diabetes Educator

Expert Reviewed A diabetes educator specializes in treating and educating diabetic patients at clinics or hospitals. You can become a diabetes educator by getting hands-on experience as a doctor, nurse, pharmacist, or other medical professional. Formalize your ability to provide diabetes patients with counseling and lifestyle management advice by obtaining official certification through the American Association of Diabetes Educators or the National Certification Board for Diabetes Educators. Continue reading >>

Preparing For Cde Exam 2018

Preparing For Cde Exam 2018

April 30, 2018 |11:30 a.m. 12:45 p.m. PST Not sure where to start? Join us live or listen to our On Demand version by registering today! Learn how to focus your time and prepare to take the CDE Exam. We provide plenty of sample test questions and test taking tips! View the past recording of Preparing for the CDE Exam here Getting ready to take the CDE Exam? We have what you need. We have created a 10-Step Study Path to help you succeed! Prepare for the exam, earn your CEs, gain confidence as an educator and more! Based on studentfeedbackand 25 years of CDE coaching experience,Coach Beverlyrecommends the followingmaterial list for CDE Exam success. This Deluxe Toolkit is designed to prepare you for CDE success. Preparing for CDE Exam Course + 100 Question Overview Practice Test-includes a 70-minute on demand course that details the content of the exam, test taking tips and strategies to achieve your CDE goal. Plus, you have access to a 100 question computerized practice exam that provides vignette based questions and other critical content that will prepare you for the actual exam. ADA Standards Test Taking Tools and Tips includes a 60-minute on demand course and 101 newly constructed multiple choice test questions inspired by the American Diabetes Standards of Care. Designed to test your knowledge of the 15 Critical Content areas and help prepare you for the CDEExam. In this course, Beverly explains how to dissect the question, eliminate the wrong answers and avoid getting lured in by juicy answers. According to the National Certification Board for Diabetes Education (NCBDE), you need to have your professional license for at least 2 years as a RN, RD, PT, PharmD, PA, MD (and others) plus accumulate 1000 hours of diabetes self-management teaching experience to take the Continue reading >>

Methodology And Feasibility Of A Structured Education Program For Diabetes Education In India: The National Diabetes Educator Program Joshi S, Joshi Sr, Mohan V - Indian J Endocr Metab

Methodology And Feasibility Of A Structured Education Program For Diabetes Education In India: The National Diabetes Educator Program Joshi S, Joshi Sr, Mohan V - Indian J Endocr Metab

Diabetes is a chronic condition that requires individuals diagnosed with the disorder develop and maintain a complex care routine at home. They are expected to incorporate lifestyle changes, primarily related to diet and physical activity, to keep glycemic levels under control, slow the progression of the disease, and reduce the likelihood of developing acute and chronic complications of diabetes. They are also expected to be proficient in self-monitoring of blood glucose (SMBG) and in adjusting doses of antidiabetic drugs primarily insulin doses. Self-injection of insulin also has to be taught. Failure to follow appropriate self-care regimes with the consequent poor metabolic regulation can lead to development of acute complications, such as hypoglycemia or ketoacidosis or chronic complications leading to blindness, amputations, renal failure, or heart attacks. [1] India is already home to 62.4 million people with diabetes [2] and it is estimated by the International Diabetes Federation (IDF), Diabetes Atlas More Details , 5 th Edition that over 101 million people will have diabetes in India by the year 2030. [3] Being a chronic disease, diabetes requires adequate infrastructure and support service and a team care approach to care. The lack of a proper support systems, due to non-availability of trained paramedical personnel, and absence of appropriate health care insurance schemes for diabetes are some of the challenges of diabetes health care in India. [4] , [5] Diabetes self-management education (DSME) has long been considered to be an important part of the clinical management of diabetes in the west. Indeed, DSME is now considered as the cornerstone of treatment for all people with diabetes. There is a growing need to develop an effective educational program to en Continue reading >>

Diabetes Educator Course In Chandigarh

Diabetes Educator Course In Chandigarh

MD & Founder at LiveLifeMore Health & Sanjivani Community Health Services Diabetes is a lifelong condition. There are times when people with diabetes need some extra advice, have questions or have problems they cant manage on their own. There is a huge shortage of specially trained professionals to assist people with diabetes to better health. Diabetes Educator Course is being offered in Chandigarh under the aegis of: National Diabetes Educator Program (NDEP) The program has been developed with the objective of creating Diabetes Educators. A Diabetes Educator is a health care professional who is specialized and certified to teach people with diabetes how to manage their condition. This program is backed by Dr. Mohans Diabetes Education Academy (DMDEA), a unit of Dr. Mohans Diabetes Specialties Centre and the Indian Association of Diabetes Educators (IADE). Dr. Mohans Diabetes Education Academy (DMDEA) Dr. Mohan's Diabetes Specialities Centre (DMDSC) was conceived by Dr. V. Mohan, internationally acclaimed diabetologist and his wife Dr. M. Rema, internationally known specialist in eye disorders in diabetes. DMDSC is recognized as a WHO Collaborative Centre for Non Communicable Diseases Prevention & Control as well as IDF Centre of Education. Dr. Mohans Diabetes Education Academy (DMDEA), is a unit of DMDSC and was set up to offer specialized education and training in diabetes and its complications to doctors, nurses and other paramedical personnel. Indian Association of Diabetes Educators (IADE) IADE was established a decade back to provide a platform for diabetes education. It has members from all across India. One of its main mission is to create a cadre of diabetes educators in India who will help the diabetologists in India to provide better patient care. The object Continue reading >>

(pdf) The National Diabetes Education Program At 20 Years: Lessons Learned And Plans For The Future

(pdf) The National Diabetes Education Program At 20 Years: Lessons Learned And Plans For The Future

The National Diabetes Education Program at 20 Years: Twenty years ago, in 1997, the National Diabetes Education Program (NDEP) was launched to translate findings from diabetes research studies into clinical and public health practice. The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services National Institutes of Health (NIH) and Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) jointly initiated the NDEP to apply key findings of the Diabetes Control and Complications Trial (DCCT) educational outreach to people with diabetes. The urgent public health message of the DCCT was that intensive blood glucose control could significantly reduce the microvascular complications, retinopathy, neuropathy, and nephropathy in type 1 diabetes (T1D), and these findings were later confirmed for type 2 diabetes (T2D) by the United Kingdom Prospective . The NDEP evolved to address findings from these landmark trials and subsequent large-scale studies that built the evidence about the effectiveness of metabolic . In an effort to support the achievement of quality outcomes and prevent costly complications, the NDEP worked with a wide range of partners to develop resources to teach people with diabetes and their family members to manage diabetes; assist health care systems and providers to attend to practice redesign, patient-centered approaches, and team care; and help community-based organizations address diabetes in their populations. In 2002, findings from the Diabetes Prevention Program (DPP) research study showed that T2D could be prevented or delayed in those at high risk . In response, the NDEP expanded its efforts to translate the important findings from the DPP to support outreach and education around primary prevention and to provide marketing and educational support for the expansion of Continue reading >>

Methodology And Feasibility Of A Structured Education Program For Diabetes Education In India: The National Diabetes Educator Program

Methodology And Feasibility Of A Structured Education Program For Diabetes Education In India: The National Diabetes Educator Program

Methodology and feasibility of a structured education program for diabetes education in India: The National Diabetes Educator Program We are experimenting with display styles that make it easier to read articles in PMC. The ePub format uses eBook readers, which have several "ease of reading" features already built in. The ePub format is best viewed in the iBooks reader. You may notice problems with the display of certain parts of an article in other eReaders. Generating an ePub file may take a long time, please be patient. Indian Journal of Endocrinology and Metabolism Methodology and feasibility of a structured education program for diabetes education in India: The National Diabetes Educator Program Shilpa Joshi, Shashank R. Joshi, and Viswanathan Mohan India has over 62 million people with diabetes. Unfortunately, there are no trained diabetes educators in India although many are self-taught through experience. The National Diabetes Educator Program (NDEP) was initiated with the primary aim to educate and train diabetes educators in India. The first cycle of NDEP was conducted during the period June 2011 to March 2012 in 96 training centers in India and trained 1032 diabetes educators mainly drawn from various diabetes clinics across the country. Structured modules were taught by diabetologists/endocrinologists or experienced educators. A majority of the trainees attended all sessions and 95% of the trainees acknowledged that the program met its objective and was beneficial to them. This article elaborates the methodology of the program and its evaluation based on feedback received from the participants and trainers. Keywords: Diabetes, diabetes educator, India Diabetes is a chronic condition that requires individuals diagnosed with the disorder develop and maintain Continue reading >>

Dr. Mohan's Diabetes Education Academy

Dr. Mohan's Diabetes Education Academy

Post Graduate Diploma in Diabetes Education Affiliated to THE TAMIL NADU DR. M.G.R MEDICAL UNIVERSITY A trained diabetes educator plays a vital role in empowering the patient with the knowledge needed to manage his / her diabetes and prevent complication. The diabetes educator acts a link between physician and patient in order to ensure optimal treatment outcomes. There is a huge demand for such educators in India, which is estimated to have more than 50 million people with diabetes as of 2010. The PG Diploma in Diabetes Education is a one year full time course. (a) B.Sc Nutrition, Food service Management and Dietetics / Clinical Nutrition & Dietetics / Food & Nutrition / Food Science and Nutrition Nursing B.Sc Nursing / Diploma in Nursing / B.Sc Microbiology / Bio-Chemistry / Biology /Botany /Zoology. (b) Equivalent qualifying exam will be accepted only along with the eligibility certificate obtained from The Tamil Nadu Dr. M.G.R. Medical University. The candidate should have completed the age of 21 years at the time of admission. A podiatrist is a health care professional trained in care of the feet. The podiatrist evaluates patients to detect feet at risk, educates patients regarding foot care, advises appropriate footwear, performs minor procedures on the feet and refers patients to specialists on finding signs of danger. As an important link between patients and physicians, podiatrists are key members of the multidisciplinary diabetes care team. Duration of the course will be one year (Full time Non-residential) The candidate should have completed the age of 17 years at the time of admission. Affiliated to THE TAMIL NADU DR. M.G.R MEDICAL UNIVERSITY Medical Laboratory Technologist play an important role in collecting the information needed, sampling, testing, repo Continue reading >>

Dr. Mohan's Diabetes Education Academy

Dr. Mohan's Diabetes Education Academy

Dr. Mohans Diabetes Education Academy was established in September 2008. Under the leadership of Prof. V. Mohan, Internationally acclaimed diabetologist and research scientist and Late Dr.(Mrs.) M. Rema, well known specialist in Diabetic Eye Disease. The Academy offers specialized training in diabetes and its complications to doctors, nurses, lab technicians and other paramedical personnel through varied and innovative courses, most of which are being offered for the first time in India. DMDEA aims to create a cadre of trained healthcare professionals equipped to tackle the diabetes epidemic in India. In addition to creating employment opportunities for the concerned candidates, the activities of DMDEA will also benefit society by increasing the availability and quality of healthcare provision in the field of Diabetology. DMDEA benefits from its association with its parent institution, Dr. Mohans Diabetes Specialities Centre (DMDSC), which is a World Health Organization (WHO) Collaborating Centre for Noncommunicable Diseases Prevention and Control as well as an International Diabetes Federation (IDF) Centre of Education. The activities of DMDEA have been acknowledged by the Tamil Nadu Dr. MGR Medical University, which has granted affiliation to the Academy for several of its courses. Continue reading >>

Activities (ndep) - Khf

Activities (ndep) - Khf

National Diabetes Educator Program (NDEP) Continuing to the effort to these academic activities, Kolkata Hormone Foundation started the Diabetes Educator Course for paramedical care givers in association with Dr. Mohans Diabetes Education Academy from the year 2014.NDEP is developed with the objective of creating professional diabetes educator in India. Eligible individuals are the primarily staffs currently assisting practicing physicians but without any formal training in diabetes education. The educational course was designed to enable educators to provide a complete perspective of the disease condition, the importance of self-care, blood glucose monitoring, diet, physical activity, self- injection of insulin, medication adherence and the long term benefits of compliance and a basic awareness of the various complications of diabetes. One of the objectives of this educational program was also to improve communication skills so that they could help create awareness and also help improve compliance of people with diabetes therapy resulting in better management of their condition. It would be undoubtedly beneficial to Indian society, particularly in view of the growing number of diabetes mellitus in India and acute shortage of trained educator in this field. Continue reading >>

Guidance For Becoming A Diabetes Educator/cde

Guidance For Becoming A Diabetes Educator/cde

How do I become a diabetes educator? One must be a healthcare professional who has a defined role as a diabetes educator, not for those who may perform some diabetes related functions as part of or in the course of other usual and customary duties. Practice as a diabetes educator means actively employed for compensation, providing a direct or indirect professional contribution to the care and self-management education of people with diabetes. Diabetes education, also referred to as diabetes self-management education or diabetes self-management training, is performed by health care professionals who have appropriate credentials and experience consistent with the particular profession's scope of practice. Diabetes self-management education is defined as the interactive, collaborative, ongoing process involving the person with diabetes or pre-diabetes and/or the caregivers and the educator(s). The process includes: Assessment of the individual's specific education needs Identification of the individual's specific diabetes self-management goals Education and behavioral intervention directed toward helping the individual achieve identified self-management goals Evaluation(s) of the individual's attainment of identified self-management goals Proper documentation of all education encounters Diabetes educators can be found in a variety of settings: hospitals, physician offices, clinics, home health, wellness programs, to name a few. They most often work within accredited or recognized diabetes education programs. This means that the diabetes education program has met requirements set forth by the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services and can bill for diabetes self-management training through two different codes: G0108 and G0109, which are for individual and group diabetes ed Continue reading >>

Diabetes Home Page

Diabetes Home Page

Idaho Diabetes Prevention and Control Program Thank you for your interest in the Idaho Diabetes Prevention and Control Program. This website was developed to help people with prediabetes and diabetes manage their conditions by connecting them to free and reduced-cost resources within their communities. It also provides a central location for healthcare professionals who treat and educate Idaho adults with prediabetes and diabetes to access resources. The Idaho Diabetes Prevention and Control Program works with partners throughout the state to reduce disability and death due to diabetes and its complications. It is the goal of the Diabetes Program to: Improve the public's access to affordable, high-quality diabetes care and services, especially for people at high-risk. Educate the public and health professionals on how to prevent and manage diabetes. Develop programs and projects with partners that prevent diabetes and reduce the health complications related to diabetes. Facilitate the statewide Diabetes Alliance of Idaho (DAI), which is made up of health professionals, diabetes educators, local public health districts, health plan representatives, pharmaceutical companies and other partners invested in diabetes care. Continue reading >>

The National Diabetes Education Program At 20 Years: Lessons Learned And Plans For The Future

The National Diabetes Education Program At 20 Years: Lessons Learned And Plans For The Future

The National Diabetes Education Program at 20 Years: Lessons Learned and Plans for the Future 1University of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, PA 2Division of Diabetes Translation, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Atlanta, GA 3National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases, National Institutes of Health, Bethesda, MD 4Division of Cancer Prevention and Control, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Atlanta, GA Corresponding author: Linda M. Siminerio, simineriol{at}upmc.edu. Diabetes Care 2018 Feb; 41(2): 209-218. Pay Per Article - You may access this article (from the computer you are currently using) for 1 day for US$35.00 Regain Access - You can regain access to a recent Pay per Article purchase if your access period has not yet expired. Sign In to Email Alerts with your Email Address Thank you for your interest in spreading the word about Diabetes Care. NOTE: We only request your email address so that the person you are recommending the page to knows that you wanted them to see it, and that it is not junk mail. We do not capture any email address. Enter multiple addresses on separate lines or separate them with commas. (Your Name) has forwarded a page to you from Diabetes Care (Your Name) thought you would like to see this page from the Diabetes Care web site. The National Diabetes Education Program at 20 Years: Lessons Learned and Plans for the Future Linda M. Siminerio, Ann Albright, Judith Fradkin, Joanne Gallivan, Jude McDivitt, Betsy Rodrguez, Diane Tuncer, Faye Wong Diabetes Care Feb 2018, 41 (2) 209-218; DOI: 10.2337/dc17-0976 Continue reading >>

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