A New Vision for Diabetes Care and Education Specialists
Earn 7.5 CEs while getting ready to take a leadership role
in the future of diabetes care and education.
The diabetes landscape is undergoing a major shift.
There is a new call to action for Diabetes Care and Education Specialists.
As recognized experts in the field of diabetes, we are called to take a leadership role in improving diabetes care and outcomes in three major areas:
– Population Health
– Cardiovascular Risk Reduction
– Leveraging Technology
Keeping the Future in Focus
The framework for this advanced level interactive seminar incorporates the latest ADA Standards of Care coupled with the new practice vision outlined by the AADE.
Coach Beverly has created a one-day seminar that allows participants to delve deep into the topics that are most pressing for diabetes care now and in the future.
Who Should Attend? This course is designed for Diabetes Care and Education Specialists interested in taking a leadership role in the future of diabetes. Perfect for those interested in achieving or renewing diabetes certification.
Course Faculty: Beverly Thomassian RN,
MPH, CDE, BC -ADM.
Beverly is an entrepreneur, educator and diabetes advocate. She believes that Diabetes Care and Education Specialists have a remarkable capacity to improve outcomes with individuals and in communities. She is excited to promote expansion of our roles along with increased recognition of our diabetes expertise.
Date: April 24, 2020
Location: Safety Harbor Resort, near Tampa, Florida
Registration Fee: $159 includes breakfast, lunch, syllabus, CEs and FREE Diabetes Med PocketCards for all!
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Accreditation: Nurses Provider approved by the California Board of Registered Nursing, Provider #12640 for 7.5 contact hours. Approved for 6.5 CPE II for Registered Dietitians by the Commission on Dietetic Registration.
As a nurse, diabetes educator and speaker for more than 20 years, Beverly has accumulated valuable knowledge about diabetes from around the country.
From her experience as an Inpatient Diabetes Specialist at Stanford Hospital to setting up Recognized Outpatient Diabetes programs, she not only understands the pathophysiology of diabetes, she understands the information health care professionals need to improve outcomes and quality of care.
Beverly’s one day Diabetes Seminars and Keynote Presentations combine cutting edge science with games, case studies, and real-life application.
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November 12 @ 11:30 am – November 14 @ 12:45 pm