National Diabetes Education Program
Related NDEP Web Sites
National Institutes of Health
CDC and the National Institutes of Health jointly sponsor the National
Diabetes Educational Program. The NIH
NDEP Web site has information on awareness campaigns, publications,
and how to become a NDEP partner.
Diabetes At Work
Business managers may be unaware of the potential impact of diabetes
and what they can do about it in the work place. On the Diabetes
Web site, businesses can use an assessment tool to estimate the potential
prevalence and costs of poorly controlled diabetes among their employees.
A fact sheet is available on
this Web site, which is hosted by the Washington Business
Group on Health (WBGH), and was developed in collaboration with NDEP, the American Association of Health
Plans, and the National Business Coalition on Health.
Press Release: November 11, 2002
Agencies Team Up with Business to Ease the Burden of Diabetes at Work
Better Diabetes Care
The National Diabetes Education Program (NDEP) developed Better
Diabetes Care as a practical tool to help health care professionals make a difference in
the way diabetes is prevented and treated. The NDEP’s team
of diabetes experts asserts that systems change is essential in order
to provide the type of evidence-based patient-centered care needed to
effectively manage diabetes and prevent the serious complications
associated with this serious disease. This site provides models, links,
resources and tools to help the professional.
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