Mental Health and Diabetes in Youth e-Program Registration
Registration and Fees
Standard registration fee is $75.00 CAD per participant + HST for this course. If you are a member of an SFBLF partner organization or a high school, college or university student or wish to register a group, please contact email@example.com for registration assistance.
There is a flat rate for all students of $50.00. Otherwise, the following fee schedule applies:
Group Size Standard Partner
1 $75.00 $65.00
2 – 5 $70.00 $60.00
6 – 20 $65.00 $55.00
21 – 50 $60.00 $50.00
51 – 150 $55.00 $50.00
> 150 Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Participants will be notified by email with access instructions once registered. Please allow 5-7 business days for your login information.
By registering for this program, you are providing the Sir Frederick Banting Legacy Foundation (SFBLF) consent to send updates relating to our Fight Diabetes programs including the Mental Health & Diabetes in Youth course and related educational and awareness initiatives. SFBLF does not share email addresses with third parties.
The Mental Health and Diabetes in Youth eProgram consists of 5 modules. Please be prepared to invest 5-10 hours to complete this program successfully; considering supporting reference and resource documents may require additional time. You have 6 months to complete the course.
If you encounter any difficulties with the Registration Process, please contact email@example.com for assistance
Genesis of the Course
The comorbidity of diabetes and mental disorders in youth and the rising numbers of Type 2 cases bring new challenges for health care providers with respect to:
* Recognition and interpretation of symptoms;
* Delivery of disease self-management education for youth and their families;
* Preparation and implementation of effective treatment and transition plans to assist youth and their families to move successfully from the paediatric to adult healthcare system.
This course is a response by SFBLF to help mitigate the resulting ‘knowledge gap’ identified to us by educators and health care providers at our annual Banting Legacy Transition Symposium in November 2014 and confirmed by a regional validation survey of health care providers in 2015.
Learning objectives were established in collaboration with regional health care providers. Content was researched and written by SFBLF and reviewed by an international team of diabetes educators, mental health experts, physicians and paediatricians in Canada, the USA and Australia.
Goals of the Course
1. Enhance understanding of respective challenges facing health care providers who support youth living with diabetes and those who support youth living with mental disorders.
2. Nurture cross discipline communication.
3. Provide planning and implementation frameworks, references and resource material to assist health care providers to leverage their experience and creativity to improve ‘connections’ and identify ‘solutions’ that bridge the gap in care available for youth living with both diabetes and mental disorders.
In this course you will explore:
* The global context for prevalence of diabetes and mental disorders in youth.
* Major global, national and regional initiatives now emerging to improve disease prevention and the delivery of care for diabetes or mental disorders or both in support of youth.
* The ‘state of the art’ for selected aspects (e.g., surveillance, processes, evidence, practices, research gaps) relating to youth living with diabetes or mental disorders or both.
* The ‘common ground’ and bi-directional relationships among obesity, diabetes and mental disorders in youth including the resulting common ‘problem-space’.
* The added complexity affecting transition processes for youth living with comorbid diabetes and mental disorders.
* Planning models and examples of tools available to assist with aspects of screening and development of integrated plans to achieve transition success and continuity of care.
Course Learning Modules
The course includes 5 Modules. Estimated time for successful completion is 5 – 10 hours including study of additional resources provided. Once registered, you have 6 months to complete.
- Setting the Context
- Diabetes in Youth
- Mental illness in Youth
- Diabetes and Mental Illness Together in Youth
- Preparing Youth and their Families for Transition
* Self-paced, audio and graphics supported presentation
* Participants can pause and repeat narration, move randomly between Screens within a Module and view the narration text in a sidebar for each Screen.
* Selected Screens include interactive features as well as ‘Learn More’ buttons
* Each Module is supported with:
– extensive references available as a pdf download and cited in the sidebar for each Screen
– additional resources that can be downloaded for reference and further independent study
* A Feedback Survey is included at the end of the course.
Health care professionals, school teachers, staff and volunteers of community outreach foundations and organizations seeking enhanced understanding of the challenges faced by youth living with diabetes and mental health issues; and all those with an interest in understanding and helping to advance the current state of the art for provision and continuity of care.
* Each Module ends with a Quiz involving 8 questions. A score of 75% is required before being able to move to the next Module.
* A Certificate of Completion will be issued following a successful passing grade for all Modules.
The Australian Diabetes Educators Association has accredited this course. Completion will result in 5 CPD points for ADEA members.
Course Support for Participants
* Content transformation to the e-Learning platform by ycommunicate.com inc.
* The course runs on the e-Learning platform at Georgian College, Ontario, Canada.
* Online Course registration, administration and technical support are provided by the Georgian College e-Learning team.