McGill University Health Centre is recruiting young Canadians (ages 14-24) with Type 1 Diabetes for a study. They would like to gather feedback (via a 20 minute long online questionnaire) on how youth living with type 1 diabetes feel they are being judged by others due to their disease. The goal of the study is to find better ways to help these individuals cope with their disease.
Participants will complete a 20 – minute online questionnaire and receive a $10 gift card from Amazon.ca
This study is funded by the Canadian Diabetes Association:
They are on social media:
Visit www.youngdiabetes1.ca if you are interested in participating.
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SOADI would like to reintroduce Georgia Baum with her new title 7 Generations Gestational Diabetes Prevention Program coordinator as well as introduce her assistant, Krista Ruthven. This team is excited to take on the task of educating and creating awareness regarding Gestational Diabetes for the Indigenous families they affect and continuously promoting healthy lifestyle choices throughout the entirety of the pregnancy process and beyond.
As the website illustrates there is a lot of awesome resources and training available for pre-pregnancy,
… Read more 7 Generations Gestational Diabetes Prevention Program
Friday November 4, 2016
9:30am to 3:00pm
Fort Erie Native Friendship Centre
796 Buffalo Road, Fort Erie ON
Reserve your seat by October 19, 2016 – please contact Sally Quider at:
firstname.lastname@example.org or 905-948-4930 ext.4220.
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Kingston Community Health Centre:
263 Weller Ave, Kingston ON
Friday October 14th 2016 From: 1:00-7:00pm
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Powerful words from Chief Isadore Day to open the 2016 National Indigenous Diabetes Prevention Conference.
… Read more Chief Isadore Day’s Opening at The National Indigenous Diabetes Prevention Conference