To Achieve 5% Weight Loss Goal for the National Diabetes Prevention Program
Effective dates for CE credit: 09/25/2019 – 09/25/2021
high-risk individuals with prediabetes, weight loss can prevent or delay the
progression to type 2 diabetes mellitus (T2DM) and improve cardiovascular risk
factors. Evidenced-based interventions such as the National Diabetes Prevention
Program (DPP), lifestyle change program, can reduce adults’ risk of type 2
diabetes by 58% when participants lose 5-7% weight loss. In this session, learn
weight change patterns, unique strategies and theories around weight
loss/management, and positive health behaviors that can be maintained
will be able to explain the purpose and benefits of the National Diabetes
Prevention Program and weight loss being a factor in reducing one’s risk of
type 2 diabetes, as well as the role of behavior modification with weight loss
and be able to describe the difference between weight loss and weight loss maintenance.
end of this presentation, the participant will be able to:
-- Describe the scientific evidence that supports the National Diabetes
-- Define the National Diabetes Prevention Program and the
role lifestyle coaches have in participants weight loss journey
-- Identify the role of behavior modification as the
cornerstone of obesity treatment
-- Appreciate obesity as a chronic disease that will
relapse if treatment stops
-- Describe ways to adjust treatment plan if weight loss
progress less than expected or progress stalls
-- Review the difference between weight loss and weight
-- Articulate the barriers to weight loss maintenance
-- Identify key components of successful long-term weight
This recording of an online presentation is a knowledge-based learning activity.
ADCES Webinars are designed for individual or groups of diabetes care and education specialists, including
RNs, RDs, Pharmacists, Nurse Practitioners, Clinical Nurse Specialists,
Physician Assistants, MDs, and other health care providers interested in
staying up to date on current practices of care for people with
diabetes and other related conditions.
James O. Hill, PhD
Professor and Chair, Department of Nutrition Sciences
The University of Alabama - Birmingham
Jessica Bartfield, MD
Assistant Professor, Department of Surgery
Obesity Medicine Specialist
Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center
Association of Diabetes Care & Education Specialists
The Association of Diabetes
Care & Education Specialists is accredited as a provider of nursing
continuing professional development by the American Nurses Credentialing
Center’s Commission on Accreditation.
This program provides 1.0 contact hour(s) of continuing education credit. This program discusses 0.0 contact hour(s) of pharmacotherapeutic
approved by the California Board of Registered Nursing, Provider # 10977, for 1.0 Contact Hour(s).
The Association of Diabetes Care & Education Specialists (AM001) is
a Continuing Professional Education (CPE) Accredited Provider with the Commission
on Dietetic Registration (CDR). CDR Credentialed Practitioners will receive 1.0 Continuing Professional
Education units (CPEUs) for completion of this activity/material.
Continuing Professional Education Provider Accreditation does not constitute
endorsement by CDR of a provider, program, or materials.
Association of Diabetes Care & Education Specialists is accredited by the Accreditation
for Pharmacy Education as a provider of continuing pharmacy
This program provides 1.0
contact hours (0.1 CEUs) of
Dates: 09/25/2019 - 09/25/2021
It is the policy of the Association of Diabetes Care & Education Specialists to require that anyone who has an opportunity to affect
activities content (e.g. authors, presenters and program
with products or services from a commercial interest with which s/he
financial relationships, discloses those financial relationship/s with
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of a relationship is not intended to suggest or condone bias in
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are as follows:
James O. Hill, PhD has no relevant financial disclosures to report.
Jessica Bartfield, MD has no relevant financial disclosures to report.
Erin Horetski has no relevant financial disclosures to report.
Lavin-Tompkins, MSN, RN, CDCES, BC-ADM has no relevant financial disclosures to
Joanne Rinker, MS, RD, CDCES, LDN, FADCES has no relevant
financial disclosures to report.
Natalie Blum, MPH has no relevant financial disclosures to
has no relevant financial disclosures to report.
The approval of this educational offering by the AADE
does not imply
of specific therapies, treatments, or products discussed in the
of Relevant Financial Relationships and Mechanism to Identify and Resolved
Conflicts of Interest
Undertaking review of the educational activity by a
content reviewer to evaluate for potential bias, balance in presentation,
evidence-based content or other indicators of integrity, and absence if bias,
and reviewing participant feedback to evaluate for commercial bias in the
presented on: 09/25/2019
You will have access to this learning activity for a
period of six months after you enroll, or whenever the activity's CE credits
Care and Education Specialists
To satisfy the
requirements for renewal of certification for the Certification Board for
Diabetes Care and Education (CBDCE), continuing education activities must be
diabetes related and approved by a provider on the CBDCE list of Approved
Providers (www.cbdce.org). CBDCE does not approve
continuing education. The Association of Diabetes Care & Education
Specialists is on the CBDCE list of Approved Providers.
Certified Advanced Diabetes Management (BC-ADM)
is the administering body for the Advanced Diabetes Management credentials.
Continuing education programs offered by ADCES can be used toward fulfilling
BC-ADM Certification and recertification requirements.