Webinars

​​​​Previously recorded​ webinars


Spatial Clustering of Type 2 Diabetes in Youth and Associated Determinants of Health in a Rural American Indian Community  |  Recorded July 21, 2021

In this presentation, Dr. Chirstine Wey Hockett presented results from a secondary analysis identifying spatial clustering of type 2 diabetes on an American Indian Reservation and the social determinants of health associated with increased incidence of type 2 diabetes.

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The Indian Health System for American Indians and Alaska Natives  |  Recorded March 3, 2021

In this presentation, Dr. Kelly Moore provides an overview of the Indian Health Service, Urban Indian Health Organizations, and traditional medicine.

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Indian Health Service and Tribal Costs for Treating Diabetes and Related Comorbidities & Services Implemented to Limit Diabetes-Related Morbidity  |  Recorded Dec. 10, 2020

In this presentation, Dr. Joan O'Connell reports on patient outcomes associated with utilization of education, case management, and clinical pharmacy services by American Indian and Alaska Native adults with diabetes using data from the Improving Health Care Delivery Data Project. The Data Project was developed, in collaboration with the Indian Health Service and Tribes, to analyze existing electronic health data on health coverage, health status, service utilization, and treatment costs in order to identify and prioritize strategies to improve health outcomes and resource use.

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Lessons from implementing diabetes prevention initiatives among youth: The Tribal Turning Point Program Trial  |  Recorded Nov. 5, 2020


In this presentation, the study investigators and implementation team describe Tribal Turning Point, a lifestyle program to reduce type 2 diabetes risk factors in American Indian children. They share preliminary findings and discuss successes and challenges for program delivery, before and during the COVID-19 pandemic.

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A gestational diabetes risk reduction and preconception counseling program for American Indian and Alaska Native girls — stopping GDM​ | Recorded Jan. 9, 2020

In this presentation, Drs. Moore and Charron-Prochownik, study Principal Investigators, share resources and key findings from the Stopping GDM project.

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Medical home implementation and trends in diabetes quality measures for Alaska Native and American Indian people in primary care |  Recorded Oct. 24, 2019

This webinar describes Southcentral Foundation’s health care transformation and diabetes quality measures before and after the transformation. Presented by Dr. Denise Dillard, Director of Research at Southcentral Foundation in Anchorage, Alaska. 

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Cultural adaptation of a diabetes nutrition education program for American Indian and Alaska Native adults with type 2 diabetes |  Recorded Aug. 21, 2019

This webinar describes a multi-phase cultural adaptation of a program for AI/AN adults with type 2 diabetes. This presentation by Dr. Sarah Stotz shares key findings specific to the cultural adaptation of the “What Can I Eat? Healthy Choices for People with Type 2 Diabetes (ADA WCIE).”

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Cultural adaptation of an evidence-based diabetes self-management education intervention for priority populations  |  Recorded May 28, 2019

This webinar describes the development, implementation, and outcomes of a diabetes self-management education intervention that was culturally tailored first for Native Americans in the southwest, then African Americans and Latinos in Detroit, MI, and subsequently for Native Hawaiians and Pacific Islanders in Hawai`i.

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Dissemination and implementation research: What it is and harnessing it for diabetes prevention and care  |  Recorded Jan. 23, 2019

This webinar offers a brief overview of dissemination and implementation (D&I) research, with an emphasis on implementation science frameworks and mixed-methods approaches. It covers how D&I research may be used for diabetes prevention and care programs and provides resources for further information.

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Mobile and digital health: Opportunities for impacting diabetes among native communities  |  Recorded Oct. 24, 2018

This webinar offers a brief overview of the state of the evidence in using mobile and digital solutions for prevention and self-management for diabetes followed by consideration of the extent to which these solutions are relevant and appropriate for Native populations. 

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