Strategies to Improve Outcomes for Patients with Diabetes

Jan 10, 2019  02:00 PM  EST

We are excited to announce an opportunity to engage the nursing leaders and care teams at your health center to improve diabetes care. The National Nurse-Led Care Consortium is convening a learning collaborative of nurse-led health centers to improve diabetes care using interventions identified by the Clinical Advisory Group and American Diabetes Association’s 2018 Standards of Medical Care. Enrollment is limited to eight (8) health centers.  Please submit your application by January 10 2019. The learning collaborative will begin in January 2019 and complete in May 2019. 

Registration for this webinar in now closed.

Participating health centers will receive: access to self-paced learning sessions and tools, live, online training sessions with peers, opportunities for peer-to-peer networking, a small stipend for participation, and 6 CME/CNE credits.


  • FQHC or look-alike or a health center interested in attaining FQHC/look-alike status
  • Nurse-led health centers (Definition: (1) nurses must be major providers of services at the health center and (2) at least one nurse (e.g., RN, APRN, CNM) must hold a clinical or administrative leadership position within the organizational structure of the health center)


  • Providers
  • Health center staff
  • Health center administration
  • Clinical directors

Participants are eligible to receive one (1) CME/CNE credit per module. Up to six (6) CME/CNE credits are available.