Most recent webinar
Recorded September 19, 2023
Presenter Lee Ann Sherrill, RN, CDE, gives an overview of the National Diabetes Prevention Program and about her experiences with program implementation, recruitment, retention, evaluation, and her team's unique approach to addressing challenges in each of these areas.
Previously recorded webinars
Recorded June 13, 2023
Presenters Angela Brega, PhD, and CDR Joyce Oberly, MPH (Osage, Comanche, Chippewa-Cree), speak about considerations and strategies specific to interventions or programming for American Indian and Alaska Native populations.
Dissemination & Implementation Methods: Identifying Priority Implementation Strategies for Native Communities | Recorded April 4, 2023
Presenters Amy Huebschmann, MD, and Lea Sacca, PhD, speak about implementation strategies and methods specific to interventions or programming for American Indian and Alaska Native populations.
Addressing Rigor, Subjectivity, and Bias in Qualitative Research | Recorded January 11, 2023
Presenters Elizabeth M. Pope, PhD, and Sean Bruna, PhD, discuss the definitions of subjectivity, bias, and rigor in qualitative research and best practices to address subjectivity and bias to improve the rigor of qualitative research.
Gestational Diabetes and Breast-feeding Patterns among Native Women: Evidence from the Pregnancy Risk Assessment Monitoring System (PRAMS) Survey | Recorded September 22, 2022
Presenter Lucy Hebert, PhD, discusses the risk and protective factors related to gestational diabetes, breastfeeding initiation, and breastfeeding duration among American Indian and Alaska Native women.
What Can I Eat? Diabetes Nutrition Education Program for AI/ANs with T2D – Experiences from Site Coordinators and Educators | Recorded July 14, 2022
Presenters Nilofer Couture, MS, RDN, Ulela Harris (Eastern Band of Cherokee), Heather Garrow, MS (Saint Regis Mohawk), Nancy O’Banion, MS, Dawn Pavli, RDN, and Heather Pontius, RDN, discuss their experiences in recruitment and retention, facilitating the intervention, making remote education classes more interactive, collecting data for evaluation, and engaging their community.
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Food Insecurity and Diabetes in Indian Country: Lessons Learned from a Produce Prescription Program on Navajo Nation | Recorded May 12, 2022
Presenters Kelli Begay, Kymie Thomas, and Tiona Grant discuss the impact of COVID-19 on Native people with diabetes, strengths of tailored communication that contributed to high vaccination rates in AI/AN communities, and remote diabetes education and care for AI/ANs with diabetes during COVID-19.
AI/AN Resilience and Opportunities for Improved Diabetes Health During COVID-19 | Recorded February 3, 2022
This webinar featured an expert panel discussion on the impact of COVID-19 on Native people with diabetes, strengths of tailored communication that contributed to high vaccination rates in AI/AN communities, and remote diabetes education and care for AI/ANs with diabetes during COVID-19.
CAIANDTR Renewal & Kickoff Webinar | Recorded November 18, 2021
During this webinar, the Center for American Indian and Alaska Native Diabetes Translation Research (CAIANDTR) shared a detailed overview of the center and plans for the 2021-2026 renewal period.
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.Download the July 21, 2021 presentation slides >
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.
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.
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.
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.