The second installment of Diabetes in School Health, started through Seattle Children’s Hospital and the Washington Department of Public Instruction, in Seattle, Washington.
3rd Wednesday of the Month, 3 PM PST
Wednesday, September 21, 2022
“New Parent Designate Adult (PDA) Modules Overview”
Wednesday, October 19, 2022
“Diabetes Technology: Omnipod 5”
Wednesday, November 19, 2022
“Managing Diabetes in a School Setting”
Wednesday, December 14, 2022
“Addressing Parent Concerns about Blood Sugar Mangement”
*THIS IS the 2nd WEDNESDAY OF THE MONTH*
By pre-registering for the session through pdEnroller, attending the live session, and filling out the Clock Hours Evaluation, DiSH participants will receive free Clock Hours.
Before the Session
Participants seeking clock hours must pre-register through pdEnroller for the DiSH session series.
If you are new to pdEnroller, first create a free account. Then login to pre-register for the DiSH session series. Returning users to pdEnroller must also log in and pre-register for every DiSH session series.
On pdEnroller Search:
"Diabetes in School Health ECHO Teleconferencing Program"
Day of the Session
Participants may join our Zoom Room through the link listed on the pdEnroller “Attendee Page” or via the link included in the pre-registration confirmation email.
In the Zoom Room, participants will be shared a link to check in as attendance. Anyone who wants to receive clock hours for attending MUST check in for EVERY session.
After the Session
In May, Participants who pre-registered and attended the DiSH sessions will receive an email following the final session to complete the "Clock Hours Evaluation" form. Once the evaluation is complete, the Clock Hours will be awarded in total.
Without pre-registering for the session, participants will not receive an email to fill out the Clock Hours Evaluation and will not receive Clock Hours, even if they attended the session.
DiSH Director, pediatric endocrinologist, based out of the University of Washington and affiliated with University of Wisconsin. The mastermind behind the Diabetes in School Health Program!
Lynette serves as the School Nurse Corps Administrator from the Northwest Education Service District 189 in Washington.
A first year medical student at the University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health. Bobbi serves as the project coordinator, and creates all promotional content for the DiSH Program including emails and social media!
A nationally certified school nurse who serves as a School Health Services Consultant at the Washington Office of the Superintendent of Public Instruction.
An Administrator for Educational Service District 123 in Washington. He has worked to place school nurses in Southeast WA in order to expand available nursing services through grant programs, and nursing co-ops.
Senior Director for health services and student support at the Washington ESD 113.
Click the link below to be directed to our sign up form. By enrolling, you will receive session reminders and post-session emails that feature session highlights and additional resources.
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