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Mental Health and Diabetes in Youth e-Program

Date: 09 Nov, 2016 - 31 Dec, 2016

Learning Objectives for the course were developed in collaboration with regional health care providers. Research and writing were done by SFBLF with review by an international team of experts in Canada, Australia and the United States.

Course Learning Modules

The course includes 5 Modules. Estimated time for successful completion is 5 – 10 hours including study of additional resources provided. Once registered, you have 6 months to complete.

-   Setting the Context
-   Diabetes in Youth
-   Mental illness in Youth
-   Diabetes and Mental Illness Together in Youth
-   Preparing Youth and their Families for Transition

 A Certificate will be issued on successful completion of all Modules. The course has been accredited by the Australian Diabetes Educators Association (ADEA) for their members.

 The course is part of our tribute to Sir Frederick Banting, co-discoverer of insulin and Canada’s first Nobel Laureate, on the occasion of his 125th birthday anniversary year.

For more information

 Course fee schedule, registration and additional details: www.bantinglegacy.ca/e-Learning