New Mexico Diabetes Advisory Council

Working to reduce the burden of diabetes on communities in New Mexico.


Sept 8 Training :: From the Basic Necessities to the Latest Technologies

MANAGING DIABETES: FROM THE BASIC NECESSITIES TO THE LATEST TECHNOLOGIES
Friday, September 8, 2017
9:30 am to 2:30 pm
CNM Workforce Training Center
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Opportunity to learn from the following speakers about what New Mexico is doing to address food insecurity, how it impacts individuals with diabetes, as well as about the latest and greatest technologies to monitor and treat diabetes.
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June 2 Training :: Connecting The Dots

CONNECTING THE DOTS – WORKING TOGETHER TO IMPROVE DIABETES MANAGEMENT
Friday, June 2
Southwest Regional Council of Carpenters
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Featured presenters:


March 3 Training :: Diabetes and Sleep Disorders

DIABETES AND SLEEP DISORDERS
Friday, March 3, 2017
Southwest Regional Council of Carpenters

The training session offered information on how to recognize common sleep disorders in diabetes, the bi-directional relationship between sleep disorders and diabetes and the association between obstructive sleep apnea and diabetes, and the effect of obstructive sleep apnea on glycemic control.

The educational session also highlighted snoring rules and guide lines that are used to determine breathing events during sleep and clinic tools that are used to scan patients for sleep issues.

In addition, the training seminar focused on describing the best CPAP mask and the five rules to help with CPAP mask fitting to prevent certain issues.

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Dec 4 Training :: Food for Life

HOW HEALTHY FOOD CHOICES CAN HELP PREVENT TYPE 2 DIABETES

Friday, December 4, 2015
Institute for American Indian Arts, Center for Lifelong Education
Santa Fe
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During this interactive educational session, which included a cooking demonstration and tasting, participants learned “How Healthy Food Choices Can Help Prevent Type 2 Diabetes.”

In addition to recognizing how food marketing and labeling affects our food choices, participants learned to apply practices that incorporate Native American knowledge about traditional foods, agricultural practices, wild food harvesting techniques, and using food as medicine. Our presenters included:


Sept 11: What’s New in Diabetes Medications & Treatments?

WHAT’S NEW IN DIABETES MEDICATIONS & TREATMENTS
Friday, September 11, 2015
New Mexico Carpenters Union Training Center, Albuquerque
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Join us to learn about the latest in medications, treatments, and tools to help patients with diabetes become more familiar with their health management options.

PRESENTERS:

 


June 5 Training :: Diabetic Gastroparesis

DIABETIC GASTROPARESIS: PATHOPHYSIOLOGY, DIAGNOSIS AND TREATMENTS 
Friday, June 5, 2015
New Mexico Carpenters Union Training Center
Agenda

During this session attendees will learn more about gastroparesis, a disorder affecting people with both type 1 and type 2 diabetes in which the stomach takes too long to empty its contents … it’s really a pain in the gut! 

Gastroparesis can make diabetes worse by making it more difficult to manage blood glucose. Our presenters will help you to identify treatment options, including blood sugar management, insulin adjustments, diet, medications, and gastric electric stimulation.

PRESENTERS 


April 10 Training :: Programs That Work to Prevent & Manage Diabetes

GROWING IN THE RIGHT DIRECTION
Friday, April 10, 2015
New Mexico Carpenters Training Center
Agenda

The New Mexico Department of Health’s Diabetes Prevention and Control Program led this training session focused on identifying opportunities that promote and deliver the evidence-based programs: the National Diabetes Prevention Program, the Chronic Disease Self-Management Program/MyCD, and the Diabetes Self-Management Program

PRESENTATIONS & TRAINING MATERIALS

National Diabetes Prevention Program (NDPP)

MyCD/DSMP