online readings and live webinars
The Diabetes Educator Certification Review Focused CE Series gives healthcare providers the current knowledge about the diagnosis, pathology and treatment of diabetes mellitus. This continuing education series in a blended learning format will highlight the types of diabetes, discuss monitoring blood sugar levels, explain techniques for promoting safe medication use, integrate nutritional and activity treatment approaches, describe management issues for special populations, and review the qualifications for obtaining your certification to become a diabetes educator.
New York, NY
Putting Diabetes Educators at the Top of the Class continuing education (CE) seminar prepares healthcare providers with the current knowledge about the diagnosis, pathology and treatment of diabetes mellitus. This comprehensive two-day class will also prepare eligible diabetes educators with the essential information to take the National Certification Board for Diabetes Educators (NCBDE) exam.
The microbiome, consisting of trillions of m icroorganisms , resides in the human gut and play a significant role in keeping us healthy and preventing disease. Everything we consume has the potential to enhance, maintain or undermine the health of our microbiome. The complex relationship between what we eat, our physical activity and our environment determine the the make-up of our gut microbiota. We are only just beginning to appreciate the health consequences of specific microbiome profiles and what influences their make-up. Certain foods help good bacteria flourish while other foods negatively impact the microbiome. Physical activity, environmental irritants and allergens also influence the microbiome. Learn what can be done to keep our microbiome healthy and prevent disease .
Universal City, CA
Opportunities abound at the Universal City, Calif. Career Fair 2015! Join us at Hilton Los Angeles/Universal City on June 18, 2015 10:00 AM to explore RN job options with local and national healthcare organizations, discover the latest in healthcare trends by attending free educational seminars, and enjoy a fun and rewarding day designed just for registered nurses.