ELO Partnership with American Diabetes Association
Registration is separate from CFHA conference registration.
Register here https://cvent.me/9aMmzV
The American Diabetes Association (ADA) and the Collaborative Family Healthcare Association have partnered to deliver a two-part continuing education program about diabetes for licensed mental health professionals.
Diabetes is one of the predominant presentations for chronic conditions in primary care. This deep dive in diabetes, a collaboration between the American Diabetes Association and CFHA, will provide attendees with a certificate for assisting patients with diabetes self-management. Expect your competencies and confidence to be raised as you learn how to guide patients in living with diabetes. Led by Dr. Doug Tynan, PhD, this event is certified by the ADA and includes hands on (even in the virtual environment) learning as you explore the world of food. Purchase of the event will be occur through the ADA website.
Benefits of completing this program include:
- ADA professional membership
- 7.0 CE credits; plus an additional 5.0 CE credits available online in follow up programs.
- Eligibility for listing in the Mental Health Provider Directory
- Appreciate and articulate the value of implementing an evidence-based collaborative care program in primary care.
- Help adapt an evidence-based collaborative care program to unique primary care settings and populations served.
- Develop a training and implementation support program for unique primary care settings.
- Integrate supportive terminology to interactions with people with diabetes and with other healthcare professionals
- Discuss potential roles of mental health professionals in the care of people with diabetes