Diabetes Health Challenge Newsletters

Women In Government is taking steps to be more green and now distributes all of our newsletters electronically. We are very excited about lowering our impact on the environment, while still continuing our research efforts in diabetes. Please contact us at policy@womeningovernment.org with any questions or requests for hard copies.


This Issue: QUARTERLY VOLUME III: ISSUE 1, SPRING 2013

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DIABETES HEALTH CHALLENGE QUARTERLY VOLUME III: ISSUE 1, SPRING 2013

The Importance of Community Outreach Programs

Upcoming Events at Women In Government

The National Diabetes Education Program 

5-2-1-0 Success

Awareness Activities

Health Apps for Smartphones

Outreach Amplified


This Issue: QUARTERLY VOLUME II: ISSUE 4, WINTER 2012

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DIABETES HEALTH CHALLENGE QUARTERLY VOLUME II: ISSUE 4 WINTER 2012

The Importance of Partnerships

Diabetes Today

Academic-Public Health Partnerships:  Combining Research with Community Benefit

Clinic-Community Partnerships

This Issue:  QUARTERLY VOLUME II: ISSUE 3, Fall 2012

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DIABETES HEALTH CHALLENGE, QUARTERLY VOLUME II: ISSUE 3, FALL 2012

Reducing Diabetes - The Role of Policy

"Food Deserts" and "Swamps":  The Impact of Systems and Environments on the Food We Eat

Policy Tool:  Financial Incentives

Sugar-Sweetened Beverage:  Sticky Situation or Opportunity for Policy?

Diminished "Walkability"; Increased Disease


This Issue:  QUARTERLY VOLUME II: ISSUE 2, Summer 2012

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DIABETES HEALTH CHALLENGE, QUARTERLY VOLUME II: ISSUE 2, SUMMER 2012

The Dramatic Increase of Diabetes in Children:  What Lies Ahead?

Let's Move!  America's Move to Raise a Healthier Generation of Kids

Recent Events at Women In Government:  Diabetes State Briefing - Raleigh, North Carolina

Gestational Diabetes:  Affecting Generations of Women and Children

Policy and Program-Level Interventions to Keep Children with Diabetes 'Safe at School'

Farm to School - Linking Student Health to Locally-Grown Foods

Legislator Spotlight:  Representative Stacey Guerin, R - Maine

Student Health:  Competitive Food Regulations Increase Student Health While Maintaining or Improving Revenue Streams, Study Finds


This Issue:  QUARTERLY VOLUME II: ISSUE 1, SPRING 2012

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DIABETES HEALTH CHALLENGE, QUARTERLY VOLUME II: ISSUE 1, SPRING 2012

Announcing the Launch of the Diabetes Disparities Legislative Toolkit

Recent Events:  Women In Government's Diabetes State Briefings

State Profiles - California, Indiana, and Maryland

Diabetes-Related Healthcare Costs Expected to Rise, Could Reach $500 Billion by 2025

Alternative Methods for Addressing Diabetes and Diabetes-Related Disparities


This Issue:  QUARTERLY VOLUME I: ISSUE 2, FALL 2011

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DIABETES HEALTH CHALLENGE, QUARTERLY VOLUME I: ISSUE 2, FALL 2011

Announcing the Launch of the Diabetes Legislative Toolkit, 2nd Edition

Updated Fast Facts About Diabetes

Going Viral With Social Media Campaigns

Sample Facebook Posts and Twitter Tweets

Activities for Diabetes Awareness Month

Sample Diabetes Legislation in 2011


 

This Issue:  QUARTERLY VOLUME I: ISSUE 1, SUMMER 2011

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DIABETES HEALTH CHALLENGE, QUARTERLY VOLUME I: ISSUE 1, SUMMER 2011

Rethinking Our Approach to Obesity:  Christina Ferguson JD, Director, Stop Obesity Alliance

The Diabetes Health Challenge Campaign to Educate, Empower, and Engage:  Deanne Canieso MPH, Health Policy Fellow, WIG

Illinois Forms Legislative Diabetes Caucus:  Deanne Canieso MPH, Health Policy Fellow, WIG

The Diabetes Consumer and the U.S. Diabetes Index:  Gary A. Puckrein, PhD, CEO, National Minority Quality Forum