Welcomes the participants to the webinar. Debbie: Welcome to the Webinar, “Lions – Let’s Get Ready for Diabetes Alert Day! We are excited that so many of you have joined us today.
Debbie : The LCI staff serving you today from Health & Children’s Services Department includes Marilee Kadar, Manager (MK greets the group ) ; Aimee Inks, Department Assistant (Aimee greets the group) , and myself, Debbie O’Malley, coordinator. Our presenters, from our partner, the National Diabetes Education Program, or “NDEP”, will be introduced to you shortly. Please note that this webinar is being recorded for future access -- the audio and slides from this webinar will be posted on the LCI Website. When it is ready, we will send the link to everyone who registered for today’s webinar. We will mute all lines to reduce background noise.
Debbie: Let’s review or agenda for today. By the conclusion of the webinar: you will have learned about new resources and special events. You will learn about our partnership with NDEP and the benefits to you as Lions. You will also learn how you can make a difference in one day and how to use some of the NDEP resources as you plan for Diabetes Alert Day on March 27. Later, we will have time for Q & A, which Marilee will now explain. Marilee…
Marilee: As all of your lines are muted, you may submit your questions for our NDEP presenters during this webinar. Simply type your questions using the “Questions” box. All of you should see a control panel on your screen. On the right side of your screen, you will find “Questions” box. At the end of our partner’s presentation, we will have approximately 10 minutes to answer questions. We will try to answer as many as possible. If we are not able to address all of your questions today, we’ll be sure to give our responses to all participants after the webinar, via e-mail.
Marilee : We’re pleased to let you know that new diabetes program resources were recently introduced for LCI’s Diabetes Awareness and Action Program. Perhaps you have seen them. A few are shown here. The diabetes general brochure for Lions explains the importance of diabetes awareness, and ways that you can make a difference through every day community outreach and participation in annual diabetes events. A Lions project idea sheet has been developed with suggestions for your diabetes projects and activities. Also, two new bookmarks have been created for distribution at Lions or community events. All publications are available on the LCI website for download, or they may be ordered for a nominal charge.
Marilee: There are several events throughout the year to promote Diabetes Awareness, and they offer great opportunities for you to get involved with diabetes service projects. This photo shows Kuala Lumpur North Lions Club, in Malaysia, forming a Blue Circle of Hands on World Diabetes Day 2011. The blue circle is the global symbol for diabetes. Here is a list of events for your club or district: Diabetes Awareness Month is held every November and provides an opportunity for Lions to join together to promote diabetes education, prevention and control. World Diabetes Day is held on November 14 of each year and is sponsored by the International Diabetes Federation. We are seeing increasing Lions’ participation during these two November events. Diabetes Alert Day is held on the 4 th Tuesday of March each year in America. This year Diabetes Alert Day is March 27. 2. World Sight Day is held each October and provides an additional opportunity to promote diabetic eye disease or diabetic retinopathy.
Marilee: The Strides Program was introduced in 2006, and many of you may have held Strides Walks. The Program name has been slightly changed. It is now: Strides: Lions for Diabetes Awareness , and it has been updated with new resources. The Strides program enables Lions to engage and empower their communities to join together in the fight against diabetes. Strides events not only include walking, but they can incorporate other physical activities as well, such as: cycling, running, dog walking, dancing or other enjoyable activities to promote the benefits of healthy exercise. Strides is a family friendly event that conveys a sense of optimism and Lions’ community support for those affected by diabetes. Strides also increases Lions’ visibility within the community. All Strides publications are available for downloading on the website. The new Strides pin shown here can be ordered from Health & Children’s Services. Educational handouts are available for community education. If funds are raised through a Strides event, the club or district sponsoring the Strides event can decide where those funds shall be donated, such as a Lions foundation, another diabetes-related project or your local diabetes camp.
Marilee: Lions and NDEP have been working together nearly 15 years to advance awareness of diabetes education, prevention and control. In 2006 we launched the Strides Program which incorporated co-branded publications with NDEP. We continue to work with NDEP and want you to be aware of all of the resources that are available to you through this important partnership. Together, we can help to prevent and control diabetes and its serious complications. Let’s go to our first Poll Question, which Aimee will now present. Aimee…
Aimee: Before we hear from our presenters, we will now move to our first Poll Question: “Do you Use LCI’s NDEP co-branded resources?” Please check all that apply. The selections are as follows: ___ ___ ___ ___ We will give you about a minute to complete the poll. The poll is now closed. Thank you for participating. Marilee will now share the results of the poll. Marilee: Based on the results, Sample: Majority use and print NDEP resources….That’s great! We also see that ____ % have little awareness about NDEP resources. As you hear from our presenters today, you will learn more about the NDEP resources that can greatly enhance your service projects and activities to support those living with diabetes. I will now turn it over to Debbie as we proceed with this webinar.
Debbie: It is a privilege to have two of our NDEP colleagues with us today. For the past 15 years – Joanne Gallivan has served as the Director of the NDEP at the National Institutes of Health. In 2006 she received the NIH Director’s Award for her leadership of NDEP. She is a Registered Dietitian with her Bachelor of Science degree in nutrition and her Master’s degree in community nutrition. In 2012, Joanne received the NIH Director’s Award for her contributions to the HBO documentary, Weight of the Nation. She has authored several articles on the National Diabetes Education Program and has made many presentations about diabetes and NDEP at professional and consumer meetings.
Debbie: Diane Tuncer is the Deputy Director of NDEP. Prior to joining NDEP, Diane was Managing Director of External Communications for the American Diabetes Association (ADA). She has more than a dozen years in agency public relations and communications, providing social marketing, integrated marketing communications, medical research recruitment, alliance building, and corporate communications support to companies, government and organizations across the board. Diane is one of our partners that presented at the 2011 LCI Seattle Convention’s Diabetes Partner Seminar. The message Joanne and Diane will share carries great importance, as together we join in the fight against diabetes! We are pleased to introduce Joanne Gallivan and Diane Tuncer!
Joanne: [show tip of iceberg when Joanne says] It is estimated that nearly 26 million Americans have diabetes. But this is just the tip of the iceberg. [click to advance animation to show what’s under the iceberg when Joanne starts to say] There are another 79 million Americans who are estimated to have prediabetes, which increases a person’s chances of developing type 2 diabetes.
Marilee: Lions, we now have about 10 minutes to take questions for our presenters, Diane and Joanne. Thank you to those who have already submitted their questions. Again, if we are not able to respond to all questions now, we will answer them through e-mail after the webinar. Please use your “questions” box which is visible on your screen. Our first question for Joanne and Diane is __________________________ Another question for you: _______________________________________ Several Lions want to know: ______________________________________ [After 10 minutes of Q & A is completed:] Marilee: Thank you Lions – you have asked some great questions! And thank you, Diane and Joanne, for your wonderful presentation and answers to our questions.
NDEP: [ NDEP will thank our Lions participants and explain contacting them. ] Debbie: Thank you, Joanne and Diane, for sharing valuable information about resources and opportunities for Lions – especially for ways they can incorporate NDEP resources for Diabetes Alert Day. Aimee, will now present our final Poll Question. Aimee…
Aimee: We will now move to our final Poll Question: (read poll question): How do you plan to use NDEP resources? (please check all that apply) The selections are: We will: Participate in Diabetes Alert Day. Share NDEP resources on social media. Circulate the risk test Distribute NDEP handouts in our community. Host a diabetes healthcare professional to speak at a local event. We will give you a few moments to complete the poll. ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Marilee: The poll is now closed. Thank you for participating. Sample: The poll shows that a majority of you plan to participate in Diabetes Alert Day. That’s great! In addition, ___% have indicated that they will share NDEP resources on social media. ___% will be circulating the risk test. ___% will be distributing NDEP educational handouts in the community ___% plan to host a diabetes healthcare professional to speak at a club or community event. We are sure you will find a wide array of tools and resources to get involved in Diabetes Alert Day and make a difference. If you have encouraged just one individual at risk for diabetes to take the risk test, you will have made a difference! Please be sure to visit the NDEP’s website to learn more. We thank our partner NDEP and each of our professional presenters for sharing all of this information with us today. Thank you, Diane and Joanne.
We also want to mention the LCI Service Activity Report. We encourage your club secretary to report your club’s service activities via the online Service Activity Report. This report enables us to learn about various diabetes projects and activities worldwide and helps us to understand the way service differs, or is the same, within our clubs in various countries or geographical areas.
Debbie: Thank you, everyone, for your participation in this webinar, Lions, Let’s Get Ready for Diabetes Alert Day! In a few days, the recording of this webinar will be available on our website. Marilee, Aimee and I hope you have enjoyed this webinar and have gathered new information you can take back to your clubs. Please contact us if you have any questions or comments. We look forward to hearing from you. You may send any inquiries to email@example.com. This concludes the webinar. Have a good day, everyone!
Lions let's get ready for diabetes alert day!
Welcome to the Webinar: Lions –Let’s Get Ready forDiabetes Alert Day!
Welcome!Lions – Let’s Get Ready for Diabetes Alert Day!
LCI Staff LCI Staff with you today: Marilee Kadar, Manager Debbie O’Malley, Coordinator Aimee Inks, Department Assistant Health & Children’s Services Department firstname.lastname@example.org 3
Agenda for Today’s Webinar • Lions Support the Fight Against Diabetes New Resources Special Events Partnerships • LCI and NDEP Partnership Benefits to Lions Diabetes Alert Day Q&A 4
Asking QuestionsUsing the control panel:Type your question in the “Questions” box now. 5
Lions Support the Fight Against Diabetes New Resources More materials and partner info on LCI website! 6
Lions Support the Fight Against Diabetes Special Events for Diabetes Diabetes Awareness Month November World Diabetes Day November 14 Diabetes Alert Day 4th Tuesday of March - USA World Sight Day October – Diabetic Retinopathy 7
Lions Support the Fight Against Diabetes Strides: Lions for Diabetes Awareness Engage and Empower Your Community! Strides Information Kit: helps you to organize a successful Strides event Co-branded handouts: Help educate your community 8
Working Together Lions Clubs International and National Diabetes Education Program (NDEP) Partners to advance diabetes awareness, prevention and control. 9
Poll Question: Do you use LCI’s NDEP co-branded resources? Please check all that apply: Yes, we download and print locally. Yes, we order from LCI for a nominal fee. We plan to use them in the future. No, we were not aware of these resources. 10
NDEP Partner Representatives Joanne M. Gallivan, M.S., R.D. Director National Diabetes Education Program (NDEP) 11
NDEP Partner Representatives Diane M. Tuncer Deputy Director National Diabetes Education Program (NDEP) 12
Objectives • Provide an overview of NDEP, its materials and campaigns • Highlight NDEP’s offerings for Diabetes Alert Day • Discuss opportunities for/benefits of collaboration 13
Global Burden of Diabetes • WHO estimates that more than 346 million people worldwide have diabetes more than double by 2030 without intervention • 1 in 3 U.S. adults could have diabetes by 2050 if current trends continue 14
Diabetes: The Tip of the Iceberg Diabetes in U.S. 25.8 million* 18.8 million diagnosed; 7.0 million undiagnosed Prediabetes 79 million† Over 90% undiagnosed*All ages† Age 20 and olderSource: CDC diabetes fact sheet 2011 15
NDEP National Diabetes Education Program • U.S. Department of Health and Human Services program jointly sponsored by: • National Institutes of Health • Centers for Disease Control and Prevention • With over 200 public and private partners 16
NDEP National Diabetes Education Program • Seeks to reduce the burden of diabetes in the U.S. by facilitating adoption of proven approaches to prevent or delay the onset and progression of diabetes and its complications. 17
NDEP Partners • Federal Partners • Partner Organizations – including Lions Clubs International (LCI) • State Diabetes Prevention and Control Programs (DPCPs) • Private/Corporate Partners 18
NDEP’s Offerings for Lions ClubsDiabetes Prevention Diabetes Control 19
Diabetes Prevention Campaign: A Family History Approach 20
Diabetes Prevention Materials • Ideas for campaign implementation • Template news releases • e-Newsletter copy/feature articles • Web banners • Print PSA/posters • Live-read radio PSA scripts • Talking points and media tips • e-signature • Diabetes Risk Test 21
Diabetes Control Campaign: Managing Diabetes 22
Diabetes ControlResources• Ideas for campaign implementation• Template news releases• e-Newsletter copy/feature articles• Web banners• Podcasts• Print PSA/posters• Live-read radio PSA scripts• Talking points and media tips• e-signature• Template print ads 23
NDEP Materials Development Process• Translating science into plain language• Focus on health literacy• Focus group testing with target audience(s)• Many materials are available in English, Spanish, and 16 additional languages. 28
NDEP and Health Literacy • Review of NDEPs most popular publications for health literacy/plain language principles, including: Content Literacy Demand Health Numeracy Graphics and Visuals/ Layout and Design Learning Stimulation, Interaction and Motivation Cultural Appropriateness 29
NDEP and Behavior Change: Diabetes HealthSense 30
NDEP and Behavior Change Lifestyle Change Videos• A series of three to five minute videos focused on helping people make lifestyle changes and cope with the demands of diabetes.• Feature people living with diabetes and NDEP partners and experts.• Available on Diabetes HealthSense and can be shared from NDEP’s YouTube channel. 31
NDEP and Behavior Change Diabetes HealthSense 32
NDEP and Behavior Change Diabetes HealthSense 33
NDEP and Behavior Change Xavier: Goals• Wants to lose some weight• Has a hard time “sticking with it”• Really doesn’t like to exercise 34
NDEP and Behavior Change The Winters Family: Diagnosis and Concerns • Mother recently diagnosed with prediabetes • Concerned about her own and her children’s future health 36
NDEP and Behavior Change Resource Used: Eat Smart. Play Hard. • Behaviors: healthy eating, physical activity • Audience: parents, child caregivers • Source: USDA Food and Nutrition Service www.fns.usda.gov/eatsmartplayhardhealthylifestyle 37
Diabetes Alert Day You can make a difference in one day! 38
NDEP and Diabetes Alert Day American Diabetes Association Alert Day ® (March 27, 2013) Coming Soon! 39
NDEP and Diabetes Alert Day Diabetes Risk Test 40
NDEP and Diabetes Alert Day Overview of Materials for Partners Coming Soon! 41
NDEP and Diabetes Alert Day Social Media Activities• Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/ndepgov o Check out NDEP on Facebook o Participate in NDEP’s Facebook event encouraging people to take the Diabetes Risk Test and NDEP’s Family Health History Quiz• Twitter – http://www.twitter.com/ndep o Follow us @NDEP o Retweet @NDEP o Promote hashtags #diabetes and #diabetesalertday○ YouTube – http://www.youtube.com/ndepgov o Watch NDEP’s new YouTube videos o Subscribe to the ndepgov YouTube Channel o Like and share NDEP’s videos o Embed NDEP videos on your blog or website 42
Year-Round Resources/Activities for Lions www.YourDiabetesInfo.org 43
What is NDEP Promoting this Quarter? Quarter 1, for example…www.ndep.nih.gov/partners-community-organization/index.aspx www.ndep.nih.gov/resources/promotions/index.aspx 44
Benefits of Collaboration for Lions• Evidence-based• Tested with target audiences• Culturally-tailored, consumer- friendly, easy-to-read• Translation / adaptation of materials – by language and audience• Copyright free / may be reprinted• Organizations may add their logo• Ready to print files 45
Benefits of Collaboration for Lions (continued)• Partner Spotlights via NDEP’s News & Notes monthlye-newsletter• Frankie Awards 46
Asking QuestionsUsing the control panel:Type your question in the “Questions” box now. 47
Thank you!National Diabetes Education Program Changing the Way Diabetes is Treated www.YourDiabetesInfo.org www.diabetesinformacion.org 1-888-693-NDEP (1-888-693-6337) 48
Our Final Poll Question How do you plan to use NDEP resources? Please check all that apply) We will: participate in Diabetes Alert Day. share NDEP resources on social media. circulate the risk test. distribute NDEP handouts in our community. host a diabetes health care professional to speak at a club or community event. 49
Service Activity ReportReportServiceActivities 50
Thank you for your Participation! A roaring “Thank you!” email@example.com www.lionsclubs.org The Health & Children’s Services Department: Marilee Kadar, Manager Debbie O’Malley, Coordinator Aimee Inks, Department Assistant 51