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Thursday, May 26 • 11:55am - 12:45pm
Going DEEP into Rural Oklahoma with the Diabetes Empowerment Education Program

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TMF Health Quality Institute, the medical quality improvement organization for the state of Oklahoma, is offering an opportunity for multiple people in rural communities to access appropriate, comprehensive, evidence-based diabetes self-management education (DSME) services. TMF, via their CMS contract, has developed a Train-the-Trainer project, whereby health professionals, along with capable volunteers, can elect to become trained and certified to deliver the Diabetes Empowerment Education Program (DEEP), which was designed by the University of Illinois/Chicago. The DEEP program is one of only two evidence-based DSME programs which CMS has sanctioned the medical quality improvement organizations throughout the nation to use as they train people in local communities to deliver DSME services and address the current gap in access to good DSME programs particularly noticeable in rural areas. During this presentation, staff from TMF in Oklahoma, along with several partners who have become trained and certified to deliver DEEP, will discuss the benefits of this evidence-based DSME program and methods for spreading it more widely in rural areas of Oklahoma.

Speakers
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Margaret Enright, MPH, CDE, CPHQ

Margaret Enright, MPH, CDE, CPHQ, has been a Certified Diabetes Educator (CDE) for over 25 years and is currently employed by TMF Health Quality Institute (which is currently the medical Quality Improvement Organization for the state of Oklahoma). In previous positions, she has been the Director of Health Education and Diabetes Education for a large primary care group practice in Central Oklahoma, where she provided DSME services for hundreds... Read More →
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Adrianna Halstead, RD, LD

Adrianna Halstead, RD, LD, is a Registered & Licensed Dietitian at the Lincoln and Logan County Health Departments. She currently co-facilitates several community health programs including DEEP, Heartland OK, the USDA Eat Healthy Be Active Workshops and the Stanford University Chronic Disease Self-Management Workshops. Ms. Halstead also provides individualized nutri-tional counseling for weight management and diabetes, as well as other... Read More →
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Mary Overall, RN, BSN

Mary Overall, RN, BSN, is a graduate of Mercy Hospital School of Nursing in Oklahoma City. Ms. Overall received a BS in Adult Education from OCU in Oklahoma City, a Master in Nursing from OU College of Nursing, and has many hours of post-graduate education. She is a retired Nurse Administrator and Former CEO of Central Oklahoma CARELINK, Co-Founder and Co-Facilitator of the Faithful Fit & Strong Faith Health Collaborative, a member of the... Read More →
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Carrie Smith, BS

Coordinator, Diabetes Empowerment Education Program
Carrie Smith, BS, is the State coordinator for the train-the-trainer program expanding the Diabetes Empowerment Education Program (DEEP) throughout Oklahoma. In that role she works in partnership with multiple organizations who allo-cate staff to deliver the DEEP curriculum to the people with diabetes in their communities. Tis curriculum covers eight different topics and is funded by CMS. Ms. Smith’s employer, Primaris, is part of the... Read More →



Thursday May 26, 2016 11:55am - 12:45pm
Boomer Room Embassy Suites Norman - Hotel & Conference Center

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