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Update on NIH’s Latest Clinical Research for Diabetes Prevention, Management and Obesity

Update on NIH’s Latest Clinical Research for Diabetes Prevention, Management and Obesity

During this webinar, Mary Evans, Ph.D., program director within the Division of Digestive Diseases and Nutrition at NIDDK describes the obesity epidemic in the United States and the health effects associated with overweight and obesity. Dr. Evans summarizes the health benefits of modest weight loss and describes two large NIH-funded multi-center clinical trials designed to produce weight loss in overweight and obese individuals who are either at risk for or have diabetes. Dr. Evans also reports the long-term effects on health outcomes of these trials, the most effective parts of each program, and the sub-groups who were most successful. This webinar was held in November 2015.

Update on NIH’s Latest Clinical Research for Diabetes Prevention, Management and Obesity - Video Captions

Update on NIH’s Latest Clinical Research for Diabetes Prevention, Management and Obesity - MP4 Video

Update on NIH’s Latest Clinical Research for Diabetes Prevention, Management and Obesity - Slides

Update on NIH’s Latest Clinical Research for Diabetes Prevention, Management and Obesity - Transcript

 
Empowering Patients To Take Their Medicine: What Can We Do?

Empowering Patients To Take Their Medicine: What Can We Do?

Achieving optimal medication-taking behavior is a collaborative process of communication and understanding between patients and their health care teams. During this webinar, John G. Ryan, Dr.P.H., Professor of Family Medicine at the University of Miami School of Medicine describes the scope of nonadherence and summarize key barriers to medication-taking including health beliefs, cost, health literacy, and the complexity of the prescribed regimen. Jennifer K. Bussell, M.D., F.A.C.P., Instructor of Clinical Medicine at Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine presents tools for assessing medication adherence and explore approaches for improving medication-taking behavior at a variety of levels including the health system, pharmacy, and patient/provider interactions. This webinar also highlights the National Diabetes Education Program’s Promoting Medication Adherence in Diabetes web resource, which is designed to support health care professionals in promoting medication taking-behavior among their patients and within their teams. This webinar was held in October 2015.

Empowering Patients To Take Their Medicine: What Can We Do? - MP4 Video

Empowering Patients To Take Their Medicine: What Can We Do? - Slides

Empowering Patients To Take Their Medicine: What Can We Do? - Transcript

Empowering Patients To Take Their Medicine: What Can We Do? - Video Captions

 
2015 NDEP National Diabetes Month Partner Promotions Call Presentation

2015 NDEP National Diabetes Month Partner Promotions Call Presentation

This presentation was delivered by NDEP Deputy Director Diane Tuncer in August 2015. The call focused on NDEP's promotions for National Diabetes Month 2015. The call featured a presentation from Debra Ollanketo, RN, BSN, CDE from the Memorial Medical Center in Ashland, Wisconsin.

2015 NDEP National Diabetes Month Partner Promotions Call Presentation

 
Health Awareness - Radio PSA

Health Awareness - Radio PSA

Please share this Radio PSA to help your family prevent or delay the onset of type 2 diabetes.

Health Awareness - Radio PSA

 
Your Family's Health - Radio PSA

Your Family's Health - Radio PSA

Please share this Radio PSA to help your family prevent or delay the onset of type 2 diabetes.

Your Family's Health - Radio PSA

 
NDEP's 2015 ADA Scientific Sessions Symposium: Guiding Principles for the Care of People With or at Risk for Diabetes

NDEP's 2015 ADA Scientific Sessions Symposium: Guiding Principles for the Care of People With or at Risk for Diabetes

This presentation was given on June 7, 2015 at ADA's 75th Scientific Sessions in Boston, MA

NDEP's 2015 ADA Scientific Sessions Symposium: Guiding Principles for the Care of People With or at Risk for Diabetes - Slides

 
Engaging the Disengaged Patient

Engaging the Disengaged Patient

Chronically problematic self-management is one of the major contributors to poor metabolic outcomes in diabetes. Patients are often unable or unwilling to take medications regularly, follow a diabetes-friendly style of eating, exercise regularly, check blood glucose levels as prescribed and/or return for regular appointments. This is rarely due to a lack of motivation; indeed, almost everyone would prefer to live a long and healthy life. Given the limited time available for clinical consultations, what can the busy health care professional do to help patients address difficult obstacles such as diabetes distress, depression, and behavior change? During this webinar, William Polonsky, PhD, CDE, President and Founder of the Behavioral Diabetes Institute, shares research findings concerning poor motivation in diabetes care, describes techniques for assessing key contributors to patient disengagement, and presents practical methods for overcoming patient disengagement in diabetes clinical practice. This webinar was held in May 2015.

Engaging the Disengaged Patient - Subtitles (sbv Format)

Engaging the Disengaged Patient - Video (mp4 Format, 509MB)

Engaging the Disengaged Patient - Transcript (pdf Format)

Engaging the Disengaged Patient - Slides

 
Be Smart About Your Heart: Control the ABCs of Diabetes Facebook Cover Photos

Be Smart About Your Heart: Control the ABCs of Diabetes Facebook Cover Photos

Use these images as your Facebook cover photos to help promote the Diabetes ABCs.

Be Smart About Your Heart Facebook Cover Photo (Option 1 - Spanish)

Be Smart About Your Heart Facebook Cover Photo (Option 1)

Be Smart About Your Heart Facebook Cover Photo (Option 2)

Be Smart About Your Heart Facebook Cover Photo (Option 3)

Be Smart About Your Heart Facebook Cover Photo (Option 2 - Spanish)

Be Smart About Your Heart Facebook Cover Photo (Option 3 - Spanish)

 
The Changing Role of the Diabetes Educator: Diabetes Education and U.S. Health Care

The Changing Role of the Diabetes Educator: Diabetes Education and U.S. Health Care

With a changing health care environment, it is essential for diabetes educators to clearly establish and communicate their role in chronic-care management and in the broader health care system. During this webinar, Linda M. Siminerio, R.N., Ph.D., F.A.A.N., C.D.E., Professor of Medicine and Executive Director of the University of Pittsburgh Diabetes Institute explains the evolution of diabetes education in a presentation that offers a historical perspective of the field. Dr. Siminerio also discusses the current state of health care and implications for diabetes education. In addition, Joanne Gallivan, M.S., R.D., Director of the NDEP at the National Institutes of Health shares related resources available from the NDEP. This webinar was held in November 2014.

The Changing Role of the Diabetes Educator: Diabetes Education and U.S. Health Care - Transcript (doc Format)

The Changing Role of the Diabetes Educator: Diabetes Education and U.S. Health Care - Video (mp4 Format, 697MB)

The Changing Role of the Diabetes Educator: Diabetes Education and U.S. Health Care - Slides

 
The DAWN2 Study: Putting the Results into Your Practice

The DAWN2 Study: Putting the Results into Your Practice

During this webinar, Mark Peyrot, PhD, principal investigator for the DAWN2 study and Martha M. Funnell, MS, RN, CDE, FAADE, member of the DAWN2 Study Group, summarize key findings from the DAWN2 study and describe implications of the U.S. findings that are relevant to health care practices. The presenters also explore practical strategies that health care teams can use to address psychosocial issues with their patients. This webinar was held in January 2015. Please note that several slides have been removed from the original presentation until data has been published.

The DAWN2 Study: Putting the Results into Your Practice - Transcript (docx Format)

The DAWN2 Study: Putting the Results into Your Practice - Subtitles (sbv Format)

The DAWN2 Study: Putting the Results into Your Practice - Video (mp4 Format, 272MB)

The DAWN2 Study: Putting the Results into Your Practice - Slides

 
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