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The Alaska Diabetes Prevention and Control Program focuses on:
- Monitoring the burden of Diabetes in Alaska
- Providing education and information to the Alaskan public
- Developing community-based Diabetes programs throughout Alaska
- Translating research into clinical practice by helping provide professional educational programs
- Partnering with other organizations to provide resources to Alaskans
Diabetes News & Announcements
August is National Immunization Awareness Month!
If you are an adult with diabetes:
There is a list of immunizations recommended for you.
Stay aware and be sure you are up-to-date on your immunizations.
For questions e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you are a provider:
Many diabetes patients don't get recommended vaccines
Researchers found extensive nonadherence to national guidelines for hepatitis B, influenza and 23-valent pneumococcal polysaccharide vaccines among diabetes patients, who are considered to be at risk for infection and infectious disease complications. The findings were published in the journal Clinical Diabetes.
We understand the need for resources to help inform patients about Diabetes, and their risk.
Do you know the American Medical Association and Centers for Disease Control and Prevention have developed a toolkit to help prevent Diabetes. Find out more!
There are Diabetes Prevention Programs (DPP) available in Alaska. One of the barriers for DPP is outreach to eligible clients. We need providers to actively refer to this program. Find out more…
We know enrollment of DPP among women with or without a history of gestational diabetes is effective in preventing diabetes long-term. Find out more…
When referring your client, take into consideration the risk-benefit for the individual client. Studies show DPP to be effective, however the degree of effect varies depending on the individual client and variation of risk of Type 2 Diabetes. Find out more…
We have diabetes self-management programs available throughout the state.
People with diabetes and/or other chronic diseases can:
Information from the CDC
Health Fairs in your Community
Diabetes affects all
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