Diabetes and Schools C4879: FY25 UKRF Diabetes In Schools Training Program

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Abstract The Diabetes in KY Schools training program is geared towards school nurses and unlicensed assistive personnel (UAPs) who care for children and adolescents with diabetes within the KY school system. The online, on demand training program serves as a tool for school nurses who are training UAPs on the specifics of diabetes care and includes a competency checklist for assessing the UAP''s diabetes care knowledge. The program content provides an overview of diabetes care, including dietary and exercise recommendations, carbohydrate counting, managing blood glucose highs and lows, common diabetes medications, diabetes technology, and diabetes-related mental health considerations. The program was developed by a team of stakeholders consisting of diabetes experts from across the state of Kentucky. The stakeholder team leads the quest for educational support for school nurses and UAPs to ensure children and adolescents with diabetes in KY are safe at school.
StatusNot started
Effective start/end date7/1/246/30/26


  • KY Cabinet for Health and Family Services: $92,268.00


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