Diabetes in Native American Families
June 9, 2014
ABOUT THE WORKSHOP
This workshop will provide information on diabetes care in Native American families and discus-sion opportunities. All health care providers, including Community Health Representatives and others who work directly with individuals and communities, are welcomed.
The program is offered without charge. It would not be possible without the generosity of time and resources by the American Indian Diabetes Prevention Center (AIDPC), the Oklahoma Geriat-ric Education Center (OkGEC), the OU College of Public Health and each of our honored speakers.
This Workshop is offered free of charge by the American Indian Diabetes Prevention Center.
Lunch and afternoon break will be provided.
Park in the lot immediately WEST of the College of Public Health (entrance on 13th Street across from Asthma and Allergy Clinic). PRESS the RED emergency BUTTON and wait for an operator to answer. Announce that you are there for this conference.
Registration is preferred to ensure adequate seating and supplies.
Register online at: http://tinyurl.com/diabetes-conf
For more information or if you need special accommodations, contact: firstname.lastname@example.org -or- (405) 271-8001 ext 30471
American Indian Diabetes Prevention Center ~ College of Public Health, OUHSC http://aidpc.ouhsc.edu
Oklahoma Geriatric Education Center ~ Reynolds Department of Geriatric Medicine, OUHSC www.okgec.org
Additional support generously provided by:
National Institute on Minority Health and Health Disparities (grant #5P20MD000528-12)
Health Resources and Services Administration Geriatric Education Centers (grant #UB4HP19197)
Oklahoma Inter-Tribal Diabetes Coalition
Association of American Indian Physicians
Oklahoma City Area Inter-Tribal Health Board
Choctaw Nation Health Services Authority