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"Type 2 Diabetes in the Pediatric Population" This is an open ACPA hosted dinner that all PPA members can attend. CE credit will be given.

When: 10/8/2014
From 6:00 PM until 9:00 PM
Where: McCormick & Schmick's
2667 Sidney Street
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania  15203
United States
Presenter: Scott Drab, Phann . D., CDE, BC-ADM
Contact: Lauren Simko

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 Type 2 Diabetes in the Pediatric Population


Please register for this dinner event by October 5th. There is a 50 person limit on a first come first serve basis. Because CE credit is being provided, this event is open only to pharmacists.

To Register On-Line

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1)  Click on the orange colored Registration button that says: "Click Here To Register For CE Programs"

2)  Click on the Register link for the program you wish to attend

3)  Please make sure you are selecting the correct program


For problems or questions regarding online registration, contact MyCECenter at: 800-232-4422


Speaker: Scott Drab, Phann . D., CDE, BC-ADM


Dr. Drab is an Assistant Professor of Pharmacy and Therapeutics at the University of Pittsburgh School of Pharmacy. Dr. Drab is also a Certified Diabetes Educator and Director of Today University Diabetes Care Associates which serves as a model and prototype for future care centers. He currently serves on several school and University committees including, Experiential Learning Committee, Curriculum Committee, and the Pitt Pathway Committee. He also serves as Faculty Advisor and Liaison between students and the National Community Pharmacists Association.


Target Audience: This activity is intended for nurse, pharmacists and dietitians involved in providing education and support to pediatric patients with diabetes.


Program  Goal: The goal of this knowledge-based  program  is to provide participants with current information about the presentation  and management of type 2 diabetes in children, adolescents, and young adults under the age of 20 years.


Program Objectives

  1. Describe the epidemiology, pathophysiology, and diagnosis of type 2 diabetes in youth
  2. State effective strategies for preventing type 2 diabetes in high-risk youth
  3. Discuss the unique challenges of managing type 2 diabetes in youth.
  4. Describe the prevention, diagnosis, and management of acute and chronic complications of type 2 diabetes in youth.
  5. Discuss the treatment of type 2 diabetes and its common commodities in youth.


Important Notice

To obtain continuing education contact hours for this event, be sure to obtain the "Instruction Page" from the program planner. This Instruction Page will outline the process for completing online fulfillment and printing of your CE Statement of Credit.

 Click HERE for full information!


There are no fees for this program.



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