Our society is evolving. The way we live, work, and play has had a paradigm shift, due to our built environment and access to quality health care, specifically in the urban environment. This poses health challenges throughout our nation and our world.
It is estimated that two-thirds of the population is living with Type 2 diabetes. This is an alarming condition in which public health practitioners must take action.
Who can benefit from this webinar?
Students and professionals with an interest in understanding more about diabetes and its public health implications.
· Examine the psychosocial implications of diabetes in the urban culture.
· Explore various online and community-based service opportunities that will promote
the awareness of diabetes prevention.
· Describe pre-diabetes and diabetes diagnoses and how they impact the urban
If you’re unable to join the webinar on January 10th at 2:00 pm ET, you may still register and a link to the on-demand recording and text transcript will be sent via email after the presentation date.