Webinar-Technology & Travel: Diabetic Pumps, Devices, and Apps

Course Type: Webinar
Contact Hours: 1.0

November 2, 2016
12:00-1:00 PM ET
11:00-12:00 PM CT

FREE for AAOHN Members

Understanding the impact of diabetes in the workplace has been a large focus in 2016 for AAOHN. The Year of Managing Diabetes in the Workplace project provided by AAOHN in conjunction with the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) has given the OHN an opportunity to gain knowledge and skills to help support employees who have diabetes. This final session will be a review of the information presented at the National AAOHN Conference in Jacksonville, Florida in April. The focus will be on technology and travel including an update on the latest devices and apps that employees may find useful for diabetes self management. The OHN who attends this course will not only learn updated information about technology but there will also be a discussion about emergency situations associated with diabetes and travel health for employees with diabetes.

Joint Provided by the University of Michigan Center for Occupational Health and Safety Engineering

Presenter Information: 

Dr. Kim Olszewski is owner and nurse practitioner at Mid State Occupational Health Services Inc in Pennsylvania, as well as Director of Nurse Practitioner Programs at Bloomsburg University.  Dr. Olszewski has more than 26 years of occupational health experience, including return to work issues.  Diabetes is a common health condition seen in the occupational health setting, and employers are faced with the challenges of safely returning the employee to work.  Dr. Olszewski has successfully worked with employers on both educational and return to work strategies for a variety of health conditions, including diabetes and sleep disorders.

 Dr. Pamela Allweiss has had an Intergovernmental Practice Agreement with the Centers for Disease Control, Division of Diabetes Translation since 1999, working on diabetes education programs in the workplace as part of the NDEP (National Diabetes Education Program), a joint CDC and NIH program. She is an Endocrinologist who completed her residency in Internal Medicine at the LA County- USC Medical Center, a fellowship in Endocrinology at Cedars Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles, and was the chief clinical fellow at the Joslin Clinic in Boston. She received a Masters of Science in Public Health while completing a residency in Preventive Medicine and Occupational Health at the University of Kentucky. She has previously presented at AAOHN and ACOEM Conferences.

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