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Diabetes At Work-Resources For Businesses

A key component to living well to prevent diabetes and managing diabetes successfully is engaging in healthy options within environments where we live, work, play and learn.  DiabetesAtWork is one of several options available to various segments of society to support efforts of Georgians and others nationwide. is a collaborative effort of the National Diabetes Education Program (NDEP), National Business Group on Health, National Business Coalition on Health, and America's Health Insurance Plans providing resources for employers and businesses.

Listed below are a few resources to guide Georgians with reaching goals to prevent diabetes and live well with diabetes and pre-diabetes in places where we live, work, plan and learn.

Additional Resources:

2012 Numbers At A Glance

American Diabetes Association-Stop Diabetes @ Work

Diabetes Educators & Your Practice: Partnering For Better Outcomes

Diabetes Foundation of Georgia-Special License Plates for Georgia Diabetics & Parents

Diabetes Health Sense Resources: Healthcare, Business & School Professionals

Emory: Diabetes Educator Certificate Course for clinicians (Offered in May, August and November-2012)

Feet Can Last A Lifetime: Healthcare Providers Guide To Preventing Diabetes Foot Problems

Helping Students with Diabetes Succeed in School-Guide For School Personnel

Georgia Diabetes Prevention and Control Program

Georgia Lions Lighthouse Foundation: Free dilated eye exams and eyeglasses

Guiding Principles For Diabetes Care For Healthcare Professionals

Million Hearts Campaign & Southeast Hypertension Control Continuing Medical Education Program

Opportunities For Funding Directory-Foundation Center

Redesigning the Healthcare Team

Live Well, Age Well: Stanford Chronic Disease Self-Management Programs (CDSMP) in Georgia

YMCA Diabetes Prevention Program



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Diabetes and Pregnant: Gestational Diabetes

Programs and Resources: Live Well to Prevent Diabetes

Programs and Resources: Live Well with Diabetes

Resources: Healthcare, Business, School and Community Organizations

Resources: Manage Diabetes during Natural Disasters and Travel

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Family History and Diabetes 4 Questions





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