2018 Stats : NMPMA Total Contributions - $12,725 NMPMA Participation: 59%
Thanks to NMPMA's 2018 Contributors
Lindsy Allen, John Anderson, Shanti Balkissoon-Castillo, Evan Bowles,
Carlos Cadena, Haywan Chiu, Leon Cohen, Michael Cohn,
Adam Cornejo,David Deetz, Nelida Dumitrache, David Fisher,
William Fitzpatrick, Brent Frame, Tyler Hille, Mark Haas,
Zac Haas, Bill Hesidence, Tyler, Hille, Benjamin Hockin,
Eve Hui, Damir Jozic, Gay Gustafson, Nathan Ivey,
Gerard Kerbleski, Glenda King, Seth Launer, Eric Lew, Sarah Mele,
Katrine Mitchell, Henry Mittleman, Gary Nelson, Stephanie Parks,
Michael Pincus, Jason Rockwood, Tommy Roe ,
Robin Ross, Faith Shapiro, Troy Shepherd, Janet Simon,
Frank Spinosa, Richard Stamm, Mark Tenny,
Justin Ward, Lawrence Ward, Darlo Vander wilt,
Ed Williams, Jonathon Williamson, Steve Wrege
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National Diabetes Education Program (NDEP) has released the update to Guiding Principles for the Care of People with or at Risk for Diabetes.
This resource provides a set of 10 clinically useful principles highlighting areas of agreement in diabetes care and prevention. APMA has signed on as one of the 20 professional organizations and federal agencies supporting the use of Guiding Principles.
In Guiding Principles, NDEP has not created new guidelines, but rather clarified where there is general agreement across a wide range of existing guidelines. These principles represent a set of sound practices that clinicians can rely on to improve care for their patients with diabetes.
Opioid Resources from APMA - Here's the Link