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“But this is how I eat!” How to talk with your patients about diabetes, nutrition, and lifestyle

Monday, March 9, 2015 from 5:00 PM – 6:15 PM

The Pritzker Diabetes Prevention and Management Group and the Bucksbaum Student Interest Group invite you to join us for:

“But this is how I eat!”
How to talk with your patients about diabetes, nutrition, and lifestyle

Location: BSLC 109

Food will be served!

 This event will feature a panel of experts in diabetes and patient education who will share their insights on talking with patients about nutrition, exercise, and disease management in effective, culturally-sensitive ways. The panel will include:

Monica Peek News                        Deb Burnet News_updated                                    Althera Steenes Profile
Dr. Monica Peek                       Dr. Deborah Burnet                            Ms. Althera Steenes
General Internist             General Internist and Pediatrician         Community Outreach Specialist
General Internal Medicine           General Internal Medicine                   and Lay Health Educator

Please join us for this excellent opportunity to learn from expert, experienced practitioners about how to communicate with patients about vital but often sensitive and under-emphasized topics! You may direct any questions about the event to alauer@uchicago.edu or jennifermccoy9@gmail.com. Click here to download the event flyer.

2014 AcademyHealth Annual Research Meeting

Sunday, June 8, 2014

The annual research meeting of AcademyHealth will be June 8-10, 2014 at the San Diego Convention Center in San Diego, California. We are pleased to announce that some of our CCDTR-affiliated investigators and staff will be presenting at the meeting this year.

This poster has been picked to be featured in AcademyHealth’s Poster Walk:

Title: Does the 340B program reach communities in need?
Presenter: Chia-Hung (Ed) Chou
Poster Session: A
Date/Time: Sunday, June 8, 2:30 – 4:00 PM

Title: National outpatient prescription dispensing patterns through contract pharmacies serving the 340B drug discount program in 2012
Presenter: Bobby Clark
Poster Session: A
Date/Time: Sunday, June 8, 2:30 – 4:00 PM

Title: Integrating multi-level interventions to improve diabetes care and outcomes
Presenter: Monica Peek
Poster Session: A
Date/Time: Sunday, June 8, 2:30 – 4:00 PM

Title:  Effect of a PCMH Intervention on Provider and Staff Perception of PCMH Characteristics, Morale, Satisfaction, Burnout, and Work Environment
Presenter: Paige Fairchild
Poster Session:  B
Date/Time:  Monday, June 9, 9:45 – 11:15 AM

Title:  Diabetes Care in Health Centers: Who is Doing What in the Care of Patients with Diabetes?
Presenter: Kathryn Gunter
Poster Session:  B
Date/Time: Monday, June 9, 9:45 -11:15 AM

Title: Developing a Short-Form Version of the Safety Net Medical Home Scale
Presenter: Robert Nocon
Session:  Cutting Edge Advancements in Quality Measurement and Evaluation
Date/Time: Monday, June 9, 4:45 – 6:15 PM

Title: An evidence based synthesis of diabetes prevention programs for policymakers
Presenter: Chia-Hung (Ed) Chou
Poster Session: C
Date/Time: Tuesday, June 10, 7:30 – 9:00 AM

For general information about the Annual Meeting, click here.

 

AcademyHealth 2014 - Paige Fairchild's poster   AcademyHealth 2014 - Katie Gunter's poster   AcademyHealth 2014 - Robert Nocon's poster

Paige Fairchild, Katie Gunter, and Robert Nocon presenting posters at the 2014 AcademyHealth Annual Research Meeting

CCDTR Staff Member Nyahne Bergeron Awarded the Albert Schweitzer Fellowship

May 2013 – Nyahne Bergeron has been awarded the Albert Schweitzer Fellowship in Chicago for 2013-2014. The Albert Schweitzer Fellowship (ASF) website reports that “fellows are competitively chosen from health-focused graduate student applicants in a variety of fields—and have worked tirelessly to address health disparities and the social determinants of health throughout the greater Chicago area.” During her fellowship, Ms. Bergeron will initiate a program to promote exercise and physical fitness among minority adults living with diabetes on the South Side of Chicago. In collaboration with the Improving Diabetes Care and Outcomes on the South Side of Chicago project at the University of Chicago, and various South Side parks and fitness facilities, the program aims to address barriers to physical fitness, increase awareness of the benefits of exercise, and enhance physical activity among participants.

To learn more about the ASF, click here.

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