Please note: All presentations are CEU credit approved for up to three years from the date of the presentation.
You can receive continuing education credits for past Diabetes Telehealth Programs at no cost just like our live programs. 1.5 hours for nurses and 1 hour for dietitians (and others such as CHES) are available for several archived programs if you did not participate in the original live program.
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Terri DeJohn, MD spent 25 years in emergency medicine, and subsequently made the shift to wound care and hyperbaric medicine six years ago. She is a fellow in the American College of Emergency Medicine and is also board certified in Undersea and Hyperbaric Medicine. She is currently the Medical Director of the Hyperbaric Medicine and Wound Treatment Center of Utah. Under her direction, the clinic has achieved wound healing rates better than the national average. Dr. DeJohn loves to teach and is an adjunct professor in the Department of Surgery at the University of Utah. Presentations have included the venues at the International Undersea and Hyperbaric Annual Scientific Assembly and the University of Utah Grand Rounds.
Donna became a registered nurse at the Deaconess Hospital School of Nursing in Missouri in 1974, received her Baccalaureate of Science in Nursing from St. Louis University in 1977 and Master of Science from University of Utah in 1993. She became a nurse practitioner also at the University of Utah in 1995. She has been caring for persons with diabetes since 2001 at the Utah Diabetes Center. She is an adjunct professor at the University of Utah College of Nursing. She has a personal interest in diabetes; her mother has type 2 diabetes and her brother has type 1 diabetes.
Laura Shane-McWhorter is Professor (Clinical) at the College of Pharmacy, Department of Pharmacotherapy. She teaches therapeutics, including lectures on diabetes, psychiatry, complementary products, and OTC products to pharmacy students, physician assistant students, and nurse practitioner students. She also provides clinical support at a Community Health Center, providing patient education to underserved patients, particularly in the areas of diabetes, hypertension, and hyperlipidemia. She provides drug therapy consults to clinicians. At this site she also serves as a preceptor for Doctor of Pharmacy students and Pharmacy Practice residents. She has served on the AACP "Underserved Curriculum Task Force" that describes opportunities for pharmacy education in settings described as "safety net providers."
Anna Guymon has worked at the Weber-Morgan Health Department for the last five years, in the Tobacco Prevention and Control Program. Anna's work focuses on training healthcare providers on interventions for tobacco dependence, reducing tobacco disparities, educating opinion leaders and elected officials on the importance of tobacco prevention, overseeing youth coalitions, educating businesses on the Utah Indoor Clean Air Act and policy development. She recently assisted two Weber County hospitals to implement tobacco-free campus policies and helped coordinate a press conference to inform the general public.
Glen Steenblik is a licensed clinical social worker who has worked at Primary Children's Medical Center - Outpatient Diabetes Clinic at the Utah Diabetes Center for the past six years.
He was the Director of the Medical Social Work and Psychology Department at Primary Childrens Medical Center from 1995 to 2004. Prior to that he was the director of the Cottonwood Hospital Counseling Services Department.
He has provided medical social work services and has done clinical counseling with individuals, couples and families for over thirty years with Intermountain Healthcare. Caring for children diabetes has been part of his passion throughout throughout his career.
He received his college education at the University of Utah, earning his B.A. in history, followed by a Masters Degree in Social Work.
Besides his work in medical social work and maintaining a small private practice, Glen has served on the Board of Directors for the American Diabetes Association and as President of the Utah Society for Social Work Leadership in Healthcare.
Carol Rasmussen has been involved in diabetes education since 1991, volunteered for various diabetes organizations, holding several leadership positions in the Utah Diabetes Prevention and Control Program, American Diabetes Association and American Association of Diabetes Educators. She has been a Family Nurse Practitioner (FNP) since 2006, a FNP at Exodus health care in Magna since 2007, and providing diabetes education in a clinic setting as medical group visits.
Brett has worked in physical activity promotion for over 15 years, working in a variety of fields from personal training to policy development. He received his undergraduate degree at the University of Utah in Exercise and Sport Science. His graduate work continued with a Master of Science in Public Health and a Ph.D. in Public Health at Walden University. Brett’s dissertation focused on the role of perception of the built environment among 4th through 6th grade students and their parents in physical activity participation, with a focus on making a connection between public health and urban planning. Brett works with several committees at the state and local level to promote environments that are conducive to regular physical activity. He is currently the Physical Activity Coordinator at the Utah Department of Health Physical Activity, Nutrition, & Obesity Program.