Diabetes in School Health- WI

The original Diabetes in School Health! This program was started by Dr. Allison Pollock at the University of Wisconsin-Madison Pediatric Endocrinology Department in January 2020, thanks to the generosity and grant funding from Cars Caring for Kids.

Sessions Held:

3rd Wednesday of the Month, 3PM CST

Upcoming Sessions

Wednesday, January 18, 2023

“Culturally Sensitive Diabetes Care”

Wednesday, February 15, 2023

“How to Write an Individualized Health Plan”

Wednesday, March 15, 2023

“Health Psychology”

Wednesday, April 19, 2023

“Diabetes Technology Update”

Wednesday, May 17, 2023

”Session Topic TBA”

Want to Watch Past Sessions?

Click below to be directed to our listing of past presentations, highlights and extra resources.

Continuing Medical Education (CME) Credits

By creating an ICEP account, texting the session code provided, and filling out the post-session evaluation, participants will receive continuing medical education credits.

How to Join Our Live Wisconsin Sessions

Before the Session:

First Timer? Create an account with the UW Continuing Education System (ICEP). Be sure to enter both your name and phone number.
This only has to be done once.

Day of the Session:

Click this link to be directed to the Zoom Room used for all of our DiSH Sessions.

During the Session: You will be provided a "code" and a phone number. Text that code to the number provided, using the phone number associated with your ICEP account.

After the Session:

After texting the code, you will receive an email with a session evaluation to complete.
This allows us to track attendance to continue the DiSH program, and for you to claim continuing education credit.

Meet the DiSH Wisconsin Team!

Allison Pollock

DiSH Director, pediatric endocrinologist, affiliated with the University of Washington and University of Wisconsin. The mastermind behind the Diabetes in School Health Program!

Whitney Beaton

A certified pediatric clinical nurse specialist and certified diabetes care and education specialist (CDCES) with the American Family Children’s hospital pediatric diabetes program. Whitney prepares DiSH session content, runs DiSH sessions and facilitates discussion, and provides educational materials to DiSH participants.

Bobbi Burgess

A 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.

Jolene Eggert Chia

Social Worker, MSW

American Family Children’s Hospital

Louise Wilson

Louise serves as the State School Nurse and Health Services Coordinator for the Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction (DPI). Louise assists in planning DiSH sessions and relaying information and concerns from the Wisconsin school nurses to the DiSH team.

Kate Dougherty

Professional Development Specialist

UW School of Medicine & Public Health - Pediatrics Department

Jackie Allen


Diabetes Clinical Nurse Specialist, Children’s Wisconsin

Subscribe to DiSH Wisconsin Emails

Click the link below to be directed to our sign up form. By enrolling, you will receive session reminder emails and post-session emails that feature session highlights and additional resources.

Have a Session Topic Idea?

To submit your topic idea, use the link below to submit!


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