Diabetes at Work is a resource of the National Diabetes Education Program (NDEP) a program of the National Institutes of Health and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Launched in April 2002, Diabetes at Work is the first online resource specifically designed to address the management of diabetes in the workplace.
Using this Web site
The Diabetes at Work site has been redesigned to improve access to frequently used resources and provide more opportunities for sharing among workplace wellness implementers. Elements of the Web site are described below.
The primary navigation links are located across the top of the page and outlined on the bottom of every page. The following links are part of the primary navigation.
Learn more about Diabetes at Work, the National Diabetes Education Program and other resources from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and other organizations.
This section includes basic information about diabetes prevention and management as well as the complications of diabetes. An overview of worksite wellness practices is also provided.
This section includes strategies and tools to plan worksite wellness efforts to prevent and manage diabetes and its complications.
This section includes strategies and tools to build and implement worksite wellness efforts to prevent and manage diabetes and its complications.
This section includes strategies and tools to promote worksite wellness efforts to prevent and manage diabetes and its complications and to engage the community in your efforts.
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