In May 2016, the CDC released a second lifestyle change curriculum for the National Diabetes Prevention Program (National DPP) called Prevent T2. Organizations that have been delivering the lifestyle change program have the option to begin using the Prevent T2 curriculum with their groups.
If your organization is planning to switch to Prevent T2, now is the time for you to get to know this new curriculum better. Why did we call it "Speed Dating with Prevent T2"? Well, much like speed dating, this webinar will allow participants to "meet" this new curriculum and get acquainted quickly in order to learn more details, beyond first glance, and make a determination on next steps to ensure a smooth beginning of this new endeavor.
This webinar is an opportunity for trained Lifestyle Coaches who have been using the 2012 CDC curriculum to understand more about Prevent T2 and how to effectively transition from 2012 to Prevent T2. Participants will learn the following:
- key differences in the two CDC-approved curricula
- what you need to know to ensure a smooth transition as a group facilitator
- tips for best practice using the Prevent T2 materials
This webinar is an optional webinar for those wanting to quickly learn about the Prevent T2 curriculum and how it differs from 2012. The CDC has said that trained Lifestyle Coaches do not need to be re-trained to switch to the Prevent T2 curriculum.
By the end of the webinar, the participant will be able to:
Define three differences between the 2012 CDC curriculum and the Prevent T2 CDC curriculum
Describe the differences between the program tools provided in the 2012 curriculum vs. the Prevent T2 curriculum
Describe the purpose and use of the weekly action plans
List three tips for successful facilitation with the Prevent T2 materials
This webinar is open only to those who have been formally trained as Lifestyle Coaches either by DTTAC or a DTTAC Master Trainer Select (organizational Master Trainer). This is not a replacement for Lifestyle Coach training.
Sarah Piper, MPH, CDE
Sarah Piper, MPH, CDE, is the Director of
Training and a Master Trainer with the Diabetes Training and Technical
Assistance Center (DTTAC). In this role,
Sarah facilitates and coordinates DTTAC Lifestyle Coach trainings for
organizations around the country. In addition, she manages both DTTAC Master
Trainers as well as oversees DTTAC’s Master Trainer SelectTM program to ensure the
highest quality training delivery. Sarah has trained hundreds of Lifestyle
Coaches and is very passionate about the lifestyle change program.
joining the DTTAC team in 2011, she spent 16 years in direct service settings
including a community based nonprofit, a large urban hospital and a rural
Navajo reservation. In these roles, Sarah developed and delivered diabetes
education and prevention programs as well as conducted staff training on topics
such as health literacy, patient empowerment and group facilitation.
received a Bachelor of Science in human development from Arizona State
University and a Master of Public Health from Emory University. She became a
certified diabetes educator (CDE) in 2004.
Cost: The fee for this webinar is $50.00 per person, payable by credit card only. CE credit is not available for this webinar.
If you are unable to attend the live webinar, you may register and select the "recorded" version of the webinar. A link to the recorded version will be sent to you a few days after the webinar.
Tuesday, December 13, 2016 1:00 PM - 2:30 PMEastern Time
Webinar via Adobe Connect and phone
Diabetes Training and Technical Assistance Cen (DTTAC)
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