Diabetes in the 21st Century
WEDNESDAY JULY 10
7:30 am – 4:00 pm*
(next to Jason’s Restaurant)
300 Drake’s Landing Rd,
Greenbrae, CA 94904
MGH Employees: FREE
(MGH Employees also earn
1 Get Engaged credit)
*Light breakfast offered, lunch is
on your own!
Are you interested in teaching patients about diabetes but find it
difficult to keep up with the latest advancements? This seminar
synthesizes the critical elements of diabetes care and education.
Through dynamic presentations and case studies, you will learn
creative strategies to help you succeed at teaching in today’s
fast-paced health care environment. In addition, small group
activities will help improve clinical confidence and problem-solving
skills. Developed to include as many diabetes clinical “pearls” as
possible, you will leave feeling more empowered and confident
advocating for excellence in diabetes care.
Who Should Attend?
This course is designed for all health care professionals, including
providers, nurses, dietitians, pharmacists and educators
who want to:
• Get re-energized about diabetes care and education
• Enjoy a comprehensive and reality based review of “the basics and beyond” of diabetes
• Keep abreast of the rapidly changing strategies in diabetes management
• Refine their skills and improve competencies in diabetes problem solving
• Learn practical approaches to educating patients about diabetes self-management
7.5 CEU credits are available upon completion.
Course Faculty: Beverly Thomassian, RN, MPH, CDCES, BC-ADM
Beverly is a nurse, entrepreneur, educator, and clinician with a passion to
improve diabetes care. She has a special knack of translating complex diabetes
information into understandable terms that can be immediately applied in the
She also believes that learning about diabetes should be meaningful and fun so
participants leave feeling re-energized and excited about diabetes education.