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Diabetes Prevention Tour 2014

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Strategies for Medical and Public Health Professionals

March 28 – May 1

Lawton | Weatherford | Oklahoma City | Tulsa | Enid | McAlester

Presented in association with the Oklahoma State Department of Health

2014 Locations & Dates

Register by phone at (405) 325-1022, or click a button below for online registration.

LAWTON — Lawton Indian Hospital — Friday, March 28

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WEATHERFORD — SWOSU Conference Center — Friday, April 4

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OKLAHOMA CITY — Samis Education Center, OUHSC — Friday, April 11

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TULSA — Schusterman Center, OU-Tulsa — Thursday, April 17

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ENID — Room 127, NWOSU-Enid — Friday, April 25

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McALESTER — Conference Center, Clark Bass Building, Eastern Oklahoma State College-McAlester — Thursday, May 1

Register now for McAlester

Sessions begin at 8:00 a.m. and adjourn at 4:30 p.m. Lunch (12:30 to 1:30 p.m.) will be available from vendors near the event venue.

Up to 6.25 CME credit hours available to qualifying participants. All are welcome.

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AGENDA

Need CME credit? Participation provides you up to 6.25 hours. The program is designed for everyone who interacts with patients in medical or public health settings, whether or not CME applies to you.

7:30 a.m. Registration Opens
8:15 Welcome and Introductory Remarks
8:30 Updated Therapies for the Management of Hypertension and Treatment of Type 2 Diabetes
9:30 Diabetes Prevention and Self-Management in the Native American Population
10:30 Break
10:45 Individual and Family Based Behavioral Change Strategies in the Prevention of Diabetes
11:30 Motivational Interviewing Strategies in the Prevention and Treatment of Diabetes
12:30 p.m. Lunch (Vendors are available near the venue)
1:30 Weight Management Strategies for Diabetes Prevention: Components of the Diabetes Prevention Program (DPP)
2:15 Implementation of the DPP model in a Medical Environment and Community
3:00 Break
3:15 Outcome Measurement and use of the National Quality Forum Standards
4:00 Closing, Evaluation & Take-Home Points (to 4:30)

LEARNING OBJECTIVES

Updated Therapies for the Management of Hypertension and Treatment of Type 2 Diabetes

  • Participants will be able to identify the clinical guidelines for screening and diagnosing pre-diabetes and hypertension.
  • Participants will be able to describe the connection between diabetes and hypertension, particularly when adhering to prescribed recommendations.

Diabetes Prevention and Self-Management in the Native American Population

  • Participants will be able to identify the steps involved in the implementation of a successful diabetes prevention program.
  • Participants will become familiar with culturally appropriate methods of providing diabetes prevention and education programs to Native American people.

Individual and Family Based Behavioral Change Strategies in the Prevention of Diabetes

  • Participants will be able to identify the characteristics in each of the five stages of change
  • Participants will be able to identify three factors that are conducive to change for individuals and families including motivators, financial resources, and level of support
  • Participants will become comfortable generalizing behavior change strategies to a family system.

Motivational Interviewing Strategies in the Prevention and Treatment of Diabetes

  • Participants will be able to identify the four common factors in change
  • Participants will learn and practice the four basic motivational interviewing principles
  • Participants will learn and practice the OARS method

Weight Management Strategies for Diabetes Prevention: Components of the Diabetes Prevention Program (DPP)

  • Participants will be able to identify the core components for success in the Diabetes Prevention Program
  • Participants will be able to identify the two goals of the Diabetes Prevention Program for weight loss and maintenance

Implementation of the DPP model in a Medical Environment and Community

  • Participants will become familiar with general and institutional barriers to implementing a Diabetes Prevention Program and be able to identify possible solutions to these barriers
  • Participants will learn how a Diabetes Prevention Program can be an institutional liaison for medical and community organizations

Outcome Measurement and use of the National Quality Forum Standards

  • Participants will learn the connection between diabetes and hypertension.
  • Participants will learn and practice using measurements 18 and 59 for pre-diabetes and hypertension.
  • Participants will learn practical ways to use measurements 18 and 59 in their practice.

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FEATURED PRESENTERS

Presenter lineup subject to availability on individual Tour dates

Lacey Bixler, M.S., R.D./L.D., C.D.E., Clinical Trials Manager, HAROLD HAMM DIABETES CENTER, Oklahoma City, University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center

Molly Fernando, Psy.D., Post-Doctoral Fellow; Prevention, Outreach and Healthy Lifestyles; HAROLD HAMM DIABETES CENTER, Oklahoma City; University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center

Steve A. Sternlof, Ph.D., Licensed Health Service Psychologist; Director of Behavioral Health Training Program, Oklahoma Health Consortium; HAROLD HAMM DIABETES CENTER, Oklahoma City; University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center

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REGISTRATION FEE SCHEDULE

FREE, if you are among the first 30 individuals at each location to register, and you are NOT pursuing continuing-education credit for participating.

$25 if you are among the first 30 individuals at each location to register, and you ARE pursuing continuing-education credit for participating.

$65 regular registration rate, including walk-up registrations the day of the program.

PARTICIPANT FEEDBACK REQUIRED: Participants in the Diabetes Prevention Tour will complete an evaluation at the end of the day’s sessions. Three months later, you will be sent an additional evaluation via email. When you complete the three-month evaluation, you will automatically be entered in a drawing to win a $50 Visa gift card (one winner per event location).

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PLEASE BRING A JACKET OR SWEATER, as it is difficult to provide an session room temperature that is comfortable for everyone.

AMERICANS WITH DISABILITIES ACT: The University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center fully complies with the legal requirements of the ADA and the rules and regulations thereof. Please notify us if you have any special needs. For accommodations on the basis of disability, call (405) 271-7000 ext 30721.

Register for Lawton on March 28 | Register for Weatherford on April 4 | Register for OKC on April 11

Register for Tulsa on April 17 | Register for Enid on April 25 | Register for McAlester on May 1

Register for any location by phone at (405) 325-1022

Download a printable Diabetes Prevention Tour 2014 prospectus and registration form

 

GENERAL INFORMATION on the Diabetes Prevention Tour: Molly Fernando, Psy.D., or Megan Purdum, MS; Harold Hamm Diabetes Center | Phone: (405) 271-7000 ext 30721 | Fax: (405) 271-2836 | megan-purdum@ouhsc.edu

ACCREDITATION STATEMENT: The University of Oklahoma College of Medicine is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education to sponsor continuing medical education for physicians.

The University of Oklahoma College of Medicine designates this workshop for a maximum of 6.25 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s)™. Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.

CONFLICT RESOLUTION STATEMENT: The planning committee of this activity has reviewed this activity’s speaker and planner disclosures and resolved all identified conflicts of interest, if applicable.

It is the policy of the University of Oklahoma College of Medicine that the faculty and sponsor disclose real or apparent conflicts of interest relating to the topics of this educational activity, and also disclose discussions of unlabeled/unapproved uses of drugs or devices during their presentation(s). Detailed disclosures will be made in the course handout materials.

COMMERCIAL SUPPORT STATEMENT: This activity has no commercial support.