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11th Annual Northwood's Diabetes Update 2014

When: May 6, 2014 7:00 AM to 4:00 PM
Reuland's Catering/Conference Center Adjacent to the AmericInn 700 Hwy 51 North Minocqua, WI

This is a full day professional conference. In the afternoon, community members will also be invited to attend.

The statistics on the increasing incidence of diabetes in the US are staggering. According to the American Diabetes Association's estimates, if present trends continue 1 in 3 American adults will have diabetes by 2050. At the 11th annual Northwood's Diabetes Conference participants will learn steps they can take to buck that trend.

During the morning sessions, professionals will learn about new and better options for treatment, recent research in the field, and proven prevention programs they can offer their patients.

During the afternoon sessions, professionals and community members will learn about ethnic differences in risks and outcomes, revised nutrition recommendations and new evidence-based programs for self-management.

Program Agenda

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Cost: **CME Certification $110
All other professionals $100
Community members are welcome to come for free in the afternoon if not employed in a related field

CME: The American Academy of Family Physicians have accepted our application for 6.0 Prescribed credit(s).

Special Offer: Register three (3) professionals from one organization and get the 3rd one at 1/2 price.

Special rates of four (4) or more! Call Donna at 715.394.8170 to do group registrations and for more information.

Event Contact: Donna Sislo | 715-394-8170 | dsislo{atuws}
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