Coach Beverly translates the complex world of diabetes into understandable terms.
As a national speaker at over 300 different venues, Beverly Thomassian, RN, MPH, CDE, BC-ADM presents each course with the philosophy that learning about diabetes should be meaningful and fun.
Coach Beverly is available to teach her famous one-day, Diabetes in the 21st Century seminar or a Keynote Presentation at your facility or conference (see list of topics below).
“Beverly is dynamic, engaging and able to take a topic nurses think they know all about and surprise us with new, key information and practical ideas for teaching patients how to manage their diabetes. I have used some of the things I learned to teach members of my own family!”
-Lindsay Bolt, RN-BC, MS, AGCNS, PCCN-K
Adult Acute and Transitional Care Clinical Nurse Educator
UCSF Medical Center and Benioff Children’s Hospital
“Beverly’s seminar is one of the few our hospital staff request year after year. Her energetic approach to teaching, paired with relevant and timely resources for our diabetes patient care make this a priority when creating my budget. On average I pack the room and this makes the cost per person so low it is an unbelievable bargain.”
-Lynette Dahlman, MSN, RN-BC, NEA-BC
Director, Clinical Education & Academic Partnerships
Huntington Hospital, Pasadena, CA
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.
One-Day Seminar: Diabetes in 21st Century
Keynote Presentation Includes:
Watch Television Interview » Moments before she went on air, the interviewer told her that her segment was slotted for 3 minutes, versus the 10 minutes she had planned on; but Beverly managed to keep her cool and even found time to demo her pancreas and diabetes sphere.
October 28 @ 7:30 am – 4:00 pm
April 8, 2020 – April 10, 2020
November 12 @ 11:30 am – November 14 @ 12:45 pm