Educational Opportunities

We believe that continuing education for our school nurses is a vital part of keeping current in their careers and enables them to continue to manage their students with diabetes with confidence and with the most up-to-date foundation of knowledge!

We offer a series of courses throughout the year that we believe will help meet these goals.  Each class is $20 per person,  is approximately 60 minutes long, and will provide the participant  1 contact hour (not CEU) in most cases.

The Spring 2024 series includes 3 more mini-sessions:

Class 1:  Wednesday, February 21st, 1-2PM:  Diabetes Technology Update:  What’s New with CGM and AID for Youth with T1D:  Cari Berget, RN, MPH, CDCES, instructor, CU School of Medicine, Barbara Davis Center, manager and director of the PANTHER Research Team

Class 2:  Thursday, April 11th, 1-2PM:  Special Considerations includingEmergency & Lockdown Procedures for Students with Diabetes:  Dr. Fran Cogen, Pediatric Endocrinologist, SASWG member, Director of the diabetes program, Children’s National Health System in D.C. co-presenting with Crystal Woodward, MPS Director, Safe at School Government Affairs & Legal Advocacy (registration for this class will open March 11th)

Class 3:  Wednesday, May 1st, 1-2PM:  Stages of Type 1 Diabetes: Kimber Simmons, MD, MS, Assistant Professor of Pediatrics, Children’s Hospital Colorado, Barbara Davis Center

The zoom class link will be sent 2-3 days prior to the class.  Please note, the link will be sent to the email that you use to register (ex: your PayPal email if you register through PayPal).  If you want it to go to a different email address, contact us directly at with that information.

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