This education is open to nurses and Aboriginal Health Professionals only. This session will be held concurrently with the education session in Port Lincoln. The presenter will be streamed live from the Port Lincoln location with participants able to see and speak with the presenter and participants at the Port Lincoln location. There will be SAPMEA staff on site to support the delivery of this session.
- Explore the role of the health professional and person with diabetes in achieving improved health outcomes from lifestyle strategies
- Investigate the impact of healthy eating, physical activity and stress on diabetes management and overall health
- Focus on strategies effective in educating and motivating people to adopt a healthy lifestyle, including strategies used by the participants to "think outside the square"
Please note: This education session will follow SAPMEA’s social distancing measures. See our COVID-19 protocols page for full information.
Thursday, December 10
6:00pm - 8:30pm
Adelaide Road Motor Lodge, 212 Adelaide Rd, Murray Bridge
Ms Kirrily Chambers
Credentialled Diabetes Educator & Advanced Practice Pharmacist
Dinner provided with no cost to attend.
or Call sapmea on (08) 8234 1173
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