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Best Practices in
Tuesday, November 11, 2008
5:00 - 8:00 p.m.
@ ELYRIA PUBLIC LIBRARY, WEST RIVER BRANCH
1194 W. River Rd., • Elyria Ohio 44035
Continuing Education for
Cost $10.00 - Pre-registration is required – space is limited!
Healthy meal provided - following “Meeting Well” guidelines
This program is for health professionals involved in blood glucose screening and
monitoring activities in ambulatory, community or home settings. This includes
nurses, parish nurses, EMT’s, home healthcare workers and allied health
Questions? Contact the Lorain County General Health District
440-322-6367, 244-2209, or 236-8722/E-mail - firstname.lastname@example.org
To register, see attached registration form.
Comments from past attendees: This hands-on blood glucose monitoring (BGM)
update covers current recommended blood
“This information presented will definitely make a
difference in how we will approach community screenings.”
glucose measurement techniques, rationale, and
Nov, 2006 guidelines. Presented by: MaryAnn Nicolay, DTR
Diabetes Association of Greater Cleveland
“Excellent update.” Aug, 2007
“Very Comprehensive, hands-on activity very helpful” Nov., 2007
Nutrition Professionals: This program has been approved by the
Commission on Dietetic Registration for 2, level 2 CPEUs.
In accordance with rules 4723-14-01 and 4723-14-05 of the Ohio Board of Conducted through the Lorain County General Health District
Nursing, this activity meets the criteria of “Interdisciplinary continuing
education” and would count for 2.4 contact hours. This program was
approved by the Commission on Dietetic Registration. To claim these hours,
you need to keep the brochure and the Certificate of Attendance. For
additional information, contact DAGC at 216-591-0800.
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of Health, Bureau of Health Promotion and Risk Reduction, Cardiovascular Health Program. Its contents are solely the responsibility of the authors and do not
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