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The Georgia Department of Public Health, Chronic Disease Prevention Section, is pleased to announce a scholarship opportunity to attend a three-day certified diabetes educator (CDE) seminar facilitated by Emory University. Professionals preparing to take the Certified Diabetes Educator (CDE) examination will find that the seminar facilitates their study. The program supports public health nurses, pharmacists, health educators, and dieticians. There will be a total of 4 scholarships awarded.
The scholarship will include the cost of registration and lunch. The scholarship will not include travel, meals, parking, or examination fee.
How to Apply
The Scholarship Committee requests a completed application. All pertinent details regarding the three-day certified diabetes educator (CDE) seminar, eligibility requirements to sit for the CDE examination, and the scholarship application can be found in the attached application. All complete application must be submit to Allison.Smith@dph.ga.gov no later than May 1, 2018 by 5:00pm.
Notification of Award
Applicants will be notified of the status of their application by the Chronic Disease Prevention Section by May 7, 2018.
Scholarship recipients will attend the May 2018 seminar (May 21-23, 2018).
Application: CDE_Emory_ScholarshipApplication 5.21.2018
The annual Georgia OBGyn Society spring social event is May 16th, 2018!
Be sure to register early. This year, we will be at the Royal Lakes golf and country club in Flowery Branch, GA. See all the details in our brochure below.
The Georgia Obstetrical and Gynecological Society has more than 950 members throughout Georgia and has been active since 1951. Run by a volunteer statewide Board of Directors composed of OBGyn physician members, the Society engages in a number of services and activities to serve members including: advocacy for members, advocacy for women’s health and continuing medical education.Learn More