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Being Active, Having Diabetes: Keep Your Patients Moving

  • 01 Dec 2010
  • 11:00 AM
  • Webinar from American Association of Diabetes Educators

Being Active, Having Diabetes:
Keeping Your Patients Moving

December 1, 2010: 1 - 2:30 pm EST
1.5 hours CE credit

About this Webinar:

The holidays abound, food is everywhere, stress is sky high and glucose is out of control. With so many activities going on this time of year, staying active not only decreases the chances of putting on those extra pounds, it also decreases stress and aids in glucose control. Learn how to get your patients started, stay motivated and be healthy.

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About the Presenter:

Gary Scheiner, MS, CDE. As a Certified Diabetes Educator and Type-1 diabetic for 20 years, Mr. Scheiner knows and applies the latest techniques for achieving optimal diabetes control. He has authored four books: You Can Control Diabetes, Think Like A Pancreas, The Ultimate Guide to Carb Counting, and Get Control of Your Blood Sugar.

Participants will be able to:

Describe the benefits of regular activity on glucose control
Explain the relationship between exercise and glucose control
Identify strategies for motivating patients to begin activity

For Groups 1-20:
- $175 Members
- $225 Non-members

For Groups over 20:
- Email education@aadenet.org for more information or call (800) 338-3633.

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