October 21 - 22, 2013, Arlington, Virginia
October 21 - 22, 2013
Hilton Crystal City
Robin L. Smith, PhD
Keynote Speaker - Day 1
Louis W. Sullivan, MD
Keynote Speaker - Day 2
Pedro Jose Greer, MD
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The American Diabetes Association has convened forums that provide platforms to address the onset of diabetes in high-risk populations.
In 2013, the Association will be holding its 6th Disparities Partnership Forum, entitled Overcoming Diabetes: Diabetes Care in High Risk Populations. This year’s Forum will focus on cultural competency, health equity and health literacy as it relates to health care and social determinants of health. Participants will have the opportunity to learn from Hispanic/Latino, African American, Asian American Native Hawaiian & Pacific Islander and American Indian/Alaska Native thought leaders and practitioners. Come join us for this unique opportunity to learn more and help Stop Diabetes®.
This Forum is designed to facilitate dialogue among healthcare professionals, community health educators, community leaders, government officials, patient advocates, policy makers, program administrators, students, and other professionals involved in working with patients at-risk for or with diabetes.
To view the promotional brochure, click here.
No on-site registration will be offered.
Should you have any questions or need additional information, please contact Debra Kilpatrick Byrd, Director, High-Risk Programs and Health Disparities at Dkbyrd@diabetes.org or 703-299-2007.