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Family History Press Release

Family History Press Release

Share this press release with local media to promote awareness of the connection between family history and the risk for type 2 diabetes. 

Family History Press Release

Family History Press Release (Spanish)

 
NDEP's 2014 ADA Scientific Sessions Symposium: Innovative Approaches to Care in a Changing Environment: Insights from the National Diabetes Education Program

NDEP's 2014 ADA Scientific Sessions Symposium: Innovative Approaches to Care in a Changing Environment: Insights from the National Diabetes Education Program

This presentation was given on June 15, 2014 at ADA's 74th Scientific Sessions in Chicago, IL.

NDEP's 2014 ADA Scientific Sessions Symposium: Innovative Approaches to Care in a Changing Environment: Insights from the National Diabetes Education Program - Slides

 
Diet Counseling for People with Diabetes and Kidney Disease

Diet Counseling for People with Diabetes and Kidney Disease

This webinar was held in May 2014 as a joint effort of the National Diabetes Education Program and Diabetes Care and Education Practice Group of the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics. It featured Andrew S. Narva, M.D., Director, National Kidney Disease Education Program at the National Institutes of Health and Joanne Gallivan, M.S., R.D., Director, National Diabetes Education Program at the National Institutes of Health.

Diet Counseling for People with Diabetes and Kidney Disease - Webinar Transcript (doc Format)

Diet Counseling for People with Diabetes and Kidney Disease - Video Captions (txt Format)

Diet Counseling for People with Diabetes and Kidney Disease - Slides (pdf Format)

Diet Counseling for People with Diabetes and Kidney Disease - Video (mp4 Format)

 
Nutrition Therapy Recommendations for People with Diabetes

Nutrition Therapy Recommendations for People with Diabetes

This webinar was held in March 2014 and featured Marion J. Franz, M.S., R.D.N., C.D.E., Nutrition and Health Consultant with Nutrition Concepts by Franz, Inc. and Joanne Gallivan, M.S., R.D., Director of the National Diabetes Education Program at the National Institutes of Health.

Nutrition Therapy Recommendations for People with Diabetes - Slides (pdf Format)

Nutrition Therapy Recommendations for People with Diabetes - Transcript (docx Format)

Nutrition Therapy Recommendations for People with Diabetes - Captions (srt Format)

Nutrition Therapy Recommendations for People with Diabetes - Video (mp4 Format)

 
NDEP Social Media: Resources You Can Use

NDEP Social Media: Resources You Can Use

Learn how you can use NDEP’s social media to support your diabetes outreach efforts.

NDEP Social Media: Resources You Can Use

 
#JustOneStep Infocards

#JustOneStep Infocards

Share the following infocards on Facebook and Twitter to help people take small steps for better health.

#JustOneStep: Skip the fries and chips and choose a salad.
#JustOneStep: Choose a place to walk that is safe, such as your local mall.
#JustOneStep: Drink water instead of juice and regular soda.
#JustOneStep: Order a fruit salad instead of ice cream or cake.
#JustOneStep: Drink a glass of water 10 minutes before lunch so you feel less hungry.
#JustOneStep: Cook with a mix of spices instead of salt.
#JustOneStep: Turn up the music and jam while doing household chores.

Order a fruit salad instead of ice cream or cake

Cook with a mix of spices instead of salt

Drink a glass of water 10 minutes before lunch so you feel less hungry

Drink water instead of juice and regular soda

Skip the fries and chips and choose a salad

Turn up the music and jam while doing household chores

Choose a place to walk that is safe, such as your local mall

 
November 2013 Strategic Directions Group Webinar

November 2013 Strategic Directions Group Webinar

This webinar was held in November 2013 with the Strategic Directions Group and was led by John Buse, M.D., Ph.D., Chair, National Diabetes Education Program.

November 2013 Strategic Directions Group Webinar - Video (mp4 Format)

November 2013 Strategic Directions Group Webinar - Video Subtitles (srt Format)

November 2013 Strategic Directions Group Webinar - Transcript (docx Format)

November 2013 Strategic Directions Group Webinar - Slides (pdf Format)

 
Q4 2013 Key Messages

Q4 2013 Key Messages

This document highlights NDEP's promotional messages for October – December 2013. Partners can incorporate these messages into their events, promotions, and social media outreach.

Q4 2013 Key Messages

 
The Art of Storytelling and Use of Culturally-Adapted Tools to Educate on Diabetes Prevention

The Art of Storytelling and Use of Culturally-Adapted Tools to Educate on Diabetes Prevention

This webinar was held in September, 2013, and featured Ana Consuelo Matiella, MA; Alexis M. Williams, MPH, CHES; and Betsy Rodríguez, RN, MSN.

Storytelling can play a role in diabetes education and can influence self-efficacy, outcome expectations, risk perceptions and problem solving, resulting in improved self-care behaviors, particularly in vulnerable populations. Many cultures use storytelling to share wisdom. Stories create vivid mental images that encourage thinking and aid understanding and recall. Using storytelling as a teaching method and listening to patients’ own stories can enhance communication by building trust and understanding, especially when the patient and the diabetes educator have different backgrounds and life experiences.

The Art of Storytelling and Use of Culturally-Adapted Tools to Educate on Diabetes Prevention - Slides (pdf Format)

The Art of Storytelling and Use of Culturally-Adapted Tools to Educate on Diabetes Prevention - Video (mp4 Format)

The Art of Storytelling and Use of Culturally-Adapted Tools to Educate on Diabetes Prevention - Transcript (txt Format)

 
National Diabetes Month Partner Promotions Call Presentation

National Diabetes Month Partner Promotions Call Presentation

This presentation was delivered by NDEP Deputy Director Diane Tuncer in September 2013. The call focused on NDEP's promotions for National Diabetes Month 2013. The call featured Lindsay White from the National Kidney Foundation of Michigan.

National Diabetes Month Partner Promotions Call Presentation

 
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