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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Dr. Jackie A. Smith is a professor (clinical) in the College of Nursing at the University of Utah. Prior to joining the College in 2000, she was the patient education coordinator at University of Utah Hospitals and Clinics where she earlier served as the quality resource coordinator and project facilitator for the Strengthening Hospital Nursing Program. She has a wide variety of experience in the community, hospital, and academic environment. She has served as a disease control educator, executive director of the Governor's Council on Health and Fitness, health care consultant, grants officer, project administrator for the Health Professions Academy and adjunct assistant professor in the University Of Utah Department Of Health Education and the Marketing Department in the School of Business. At the College of Nursing she teaches courses in the undergraduate, masters and doctor of nursing practice levels. Classes include: Global and Community Epidemiology, Introduction to Clinical Epidemiology and Population Science, Evidence-based Practice, Program Planning and Development, Program Management and Evaluation.
Libbey Chuy has a Master's in Public Health from the University of Utah, a bachelor's in Health Education from Brigham Young University, and is also fluent in Spanish. Libbey has held several roles at the Association for Utah Community Health, but is currently project lead for the state-wide Patient-Centered Medical Home Practice Transformation project for 10 participating member organizations. She also holds the Telehealth Coordinator for AUCH, leads clinics in implementing telemedicine projects and is active in many state-wide technology-based initiatives.
Prior to AUCH Deanne pursued a second career in nursing after serving 22 years as a flight attendant for Delta Airlines. While at Delta Airlines, Deanne was a member of the Care Team; a division of Delta's critical incident response team to serve families in an aviation disaster. Deanne has been a volunteer for Planned Parenthood Association of Utah since 1993 and also volunteers her time instructing for the Red Cross and American Heart Association. As a nurse, she has worked for Intermountain Healthcare as a critical care nurse and for private practice in Reproductive Endocrinology and Infertility. Deanne is a certified trauma nurse, TNCC and pursuing an MSN degree to license as a Family Nurse Practitioner.
Sarah Woolsey, MD, is board-certified in Family Medicine and a current Medical Director with HealthInsight. She is the lead clinician on the Utah Beacon Communities Project that aims to transform the care of people with Diabetes using our health information technology.
Korey Capozza, MPH, is the patient and Consumer Engagement Director for the HealthInsight Utah. She is directing a number of innovative technology-based initiatives to empower patients to improve their own care.
Dr. Hayley Miller is currently a fellow in Diabetes, Endocrinology and Metabolism at the University of Utah. She garnered a degree in Food and Nutrition from the University of Wyoming before attending the University of Washington for medical school. She completed 2 years of Internal Medicine residency at Gundersen Lutheran Hospital in La Crosse WI. She then accepted a fast-track fellowship offered by the University of Utah. Hayley’s academic pursuits stemmed from her own history with type 1 diabetes. She was diagnosed at age 10, but diabetes became her obsession when her little brother, Pax, was diagnosed 10 years later. Her early experience as a participant in clinical trials created a passion for diabetes research. She has been featured in publications with Satish Garg for examining MDI & CGM and is active in the local JDRF chapter.
Christina (Christy) Porucznik, PhD MSPH, is an Assistant Professor, in the Division of Public Health of the Department of Family and Preventive Medicine. Her area of research interest is in appropriately timing measurement of environmental exposures. Dr. Porucznik is the Director of the Women in Medicine and Science (WiMS) program for The University of Utah School of Medicine. She teaches in the Division of Public Health and serves on numerous graduate student committees (MPH, MSPH, and PhD). Dr. Porucznik is a La Leche League Leader, the Co-Director of the Salt Lake Mothers’ Milk Donation Center, and will be a member of the board of the Mountain West Mothers’ Milk Bank. Before joining the faculty in 2005 Dr. Porucznik served as an Epidemic Intelligence Service Officer with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention at the Utah Department of Health and as a Lieutenant Commander in the Commissioned Corps of the United States Public Health Service. She worked for the United States Environmental Protection Agency, Human Studies Branch, while completing graduate study at the School of Public Health at the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill.