Local Networking Group Offers Scholarship for Aspiring Diabetes Care and Education Specialists
In a move to foster the growth of future healthcare professionals dedicated to diabetes care, the ADCES Central Virginia Local Networking Group has announced an exciting opportunity for students aspiring to become Certified Diabetes Care and Education Specialists (CDCES). The group is offering a fully paid registration to the Virginia Coordinating Body Annual State Conference along with potential travel expenses for one deserving student.
The conference, set to take place on October 26 and 27, 2023, at The Place at Innsbrook in Glen Allen, VA, promises a comprehensive exploration of cutting-edge topics related to diabetes care and education. The scholarship recipient will not only have the chance to attend the full conference but also engage in a networking dinner and program on the evening of October 26, graciously sponsored by Novo Nordisk.
Interested students are required to submit their name, affiliated school, and contact information to firstname.lastname@example.org by September 25th. The email's subject line should read "CVADE Scholarship, Networking/Education Dinner." A randomized drawing will be held on September 27 to select the fortunate recipient, who will then be notified via email.
The Virginia Coordinating Body Annual State Conference is renowned for its dedication to advancing diabetes care and education standards. The event offers an unparalleled platform for attendees to learn, network, and gain insights from prominent experts in the field. This year's conference theme, "Translating Diabetes Standards of Care into Practice: Meeting the Challenges," will cover a wide array of critical topics.
The lineup includes sessions on integrating diabetes technology into clinical practice, addressing therapeutic inertia, understanding the relationship between diabetes and food insecurity, and updates on current diabetes legislation and advocacy. These sessions aim to equip attendees with the knowledge and tools needed to provide patient-centered care that aligns with the latest diabetes care standards.
This scholarship opportunity aligns with the ADCES Central Virginia Local Networking Group's commitment to nurturing the next generation of diabetes care and education specialists. Even those who do not secure the scholarship are encouraged to attend the conference at the student rate, as it presents an exceptional chance to kickstart a career in diabetes care.
As the deadline for scholarship applications approaches, students with a passion for diabetes care and education are encouraged to seize this golden opportunity to immerse themselves in the latest industry trends, connect with experts, and contribute to the enhancement of diabetes care on a broader scale.