Dr. Alice Y.Y. Cheng discusses the Diabetes Canada 2018 Clinical Practice Guidelines for the Prevention & Management of Diabetes in Canada.

Date & Time

May 4, 2018 8:00 AM - 4:00 PM (Central Time)

Registration

Cost    

Professional Member: $100

Student: FULL TIME STUDENTS ONLY        $100

Non-member: $150

Early Bird Cost    (if applicable)

Professional Member: $75

Student: $75

Non-member:$120

Registration Date

Open: March 1, 2018

Close: April 30, 2018

Early Bird Date

(if applicable)

Open: March 1, 2018

Close: April 13, 2018

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Speakers from the First Nations & Inuit Health Branch of Health Canada will spend the morning discussing NIHB coverage for diabetes medications, as well as treatment with Indigenous medicines. They will look at the impact of residential schools on nutrition and diabetes management, cultural safety and building trust. 

In the afternoon Dr. Alice Y.Y. Cheng will discuss the Diabetes Canada 2018 Clinical Practice Guidelines for the Prevention & Management of Diabetes in Canada. 

Speakers:

Katy Windl, BSP, CD (Saskatchewan Regional Pharmacist, Non-Insured Health Benefits Directorate, First Nations & Inuit Health Branch Department of Indigenous Services Canada/Government of Canada) 

Nina Onyskevitch RD, CDE (Acting Team Lead for the Healthy Living Team working with the First Nations and Inuit Health Branch in the Department of Indigenous Services Canada)

Dawn Sinclair (Mental Wellness Team Lead First Nations Inuit Health Branch Health Canada) 

Peter McCallum (Program Consultant, First Nations Inuit Health SK) 

Dr. Alice Y.Y. Cheng (Endocrinologist, Credit Valley Hospital and St. Michael's Hospital Associate Professor, Dept of Medicine, University of Toronto)

***Subject to change***

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