This year the 19th Annual Montana Diabetes Professional Conference will be held at the Great Northern Hotel in Helena, October 27-28, 2016. Watch for the Save the Date! Join us for this exciting & informative conference that provides annual state-of-the art training for healthcare professionals in diabetes prevention, education, and clinical care. The sessions are lecture-based with question and answer periods and promises networking opportunities throughout.
Five experts in the field will address:
Providing patient-centered care, improving outcomes for people with diabetes and kidney disease, thinking critically about fitness industry claims and products, and applying transition guidelines for pediatric to adult care.
The content is targeted toward nurses, dietitians, pharmacists, nurse practitioners, physician assistants, physicians (including internists, endocrinologists, pediatricians, and family physicians), and other health care professionals. Continuing education credits will be available.
Registration is now OPEN. Click here for more registration information.
|Registration Type||Fee Before October 14th||Fee After October 14th|
What Others are Saying
“This conference is not only an excellent way to stay abreast of the newest information on diabetes management, but also serves as a time to network with colleagues and experts to address some of the unique challenges of providing diabetes care within Montana,” said DPHHS Medical Officer Gregory Holzman, a member of the conference planning committee.
“Each year, the conference provides a great source of diabetes information for medical professionals in Montana,” says Nancy Eyler, MD, endocrinologist and member of the Montana Diabetes Advisory Coalition.
The 2016 Diabetes Conference is presented in conjunction with:
Montana Cardiovascular Health Program
|Montana Diabetes Educators Network|
|American Diabetes Association||Montana Tobacco Use Prevention Program|
|Montana Diabetes Prevention Program||Montana Nutrition and Physical Activity Program|
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