NDEP's African American African Ancestry Stakeholder Group works to reduce the burden of diabetes among people of African descent by improving the health education and health communication efforts in these communities.
Latest Activity: Nov 19
Our Stakeholder Group works to reduce the burden of diabetes among people of African descent by improving the health education and health communication efforts in these communities. Members are individuals representing a range of organizations that work in promoting diabetes prevention and control in African American and African Ancestry populations. We work together to share knowledge, expertise, and resources, build knowledge, and improve diabetes related health communication and health promotion efforts.
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On August 9, AAAA Stakeholder Group members and staff presented a panel during the annual American Association of Diabetes Educators conference in Philadelphia, PA. The panel was titled,"Addressing…Continue
Started by Alexis Williams Aug 21.
Churches and other faith institutions are powerful places to learn about health. Communities at high risk for diabetes benefit when faith leaders become educated about diabetes and take steps to…Continue
Tags: faith based
Started by Alexis Williams Apr 30.
The National Diabetes Education Program is pleased to announce the call for nominations for the 2012 Frankie Awards. The Frankie Awards, recognize the innovative and effective use and promotion of…Continue
Tags: Frankie Awards
Started by Alexis Williams Sep 5, 2012.