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Thank You for Attending

 
CDC Diabetes Translation Conference 2010
 
"Looking to 2020: Keeping Our Eyes on the Prize of
Diabetes Prevention and Control"
 
View the Opening Plenary Webcast!
at
preventtype2diabetes.nologyinteractive.com
 
 
April 13-16, 2010
Westin Crown Center Hotel
Kansas City, Missouri
 

Conference Goals      

 

·          Explore science, policy, education, program planning, implementation, and evaluation to enhance public health approaches and strategies to prevent and control diabetes.

·          Increase knowledge and awareness of successful, cost-effective, public and private diabetes programs.

·          Present innovative strategies to increase awareness of diabetes and how to prevent complications, disabilities, and burden associated with diabetes.

·          Share and showcase effective strategies toward the elimination of diabetes-related health disparities.

·          Provide opportunities for skill-building, information-sharing, and networking.

 


Attendees

 

CDC’s Diabetes Translation Conference 2010 will bring together a wide range of local, state, federal, and territorial governmental agencies and private-sector diabetes partners. Our main constituents are the state-based diabetes prevention and control program (DPCP), their partners, and the following:

 

·          Federal, state, and local public health professionals

·          Managers, directors, and executives from affiliated health professional associations

·          Health professional associations and consultant partners in prevention and control activities and programs

·          Managers, directors, and executives from health management organizations

·          Physicians, nurses, nutritionists, dieticians, pharmacists, and health educators

·          Health professionals other than government

·          Representatives from special interest groups and industry

·          Academic and research staff from educational institutions

·          Undergraduate and post-graduate students in health-related fields

·          Policy and communication staff                           

 


Continuing Education Credits
  • Continuing education for this activity is pending
  • Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is accredited as a provider
    of continuing nursing education by the American Nurses Credentialing
    Center's Commission on Accreditation