Psychosocial Issues of T1D with Dr. Nicole Johnson

February 19, 2020, Hartford, CT
7:00 pm - 9:00 pm

Free

Nicole Johnson, Dr.PH, MPH, MA has served as a diabetes advocate since she was diagnosed with type 1 diabetes in 1993. She is most well known for her time as Miss America 1999 when she brought awareness to diabetes by sharing her personal story. Most recently she has turned her focus to diabetes research focused on quality of life, psycho social issues, and family dynamics. Registration required. Please register by February 12 by emailing jmuskrat@jdrf.org or by calling 860-321-2264.

“The facts are staggering, just as the overwhelming evidence demonstrating how underserved the T1D community is when it comes to psychological services.  Behavioral health services are desperately needed by individuals and families, and we have an unprecedented opportunity to create pioneering programs that integrate these services into the comprehensive, holistic care of people with T1D.” – Nicole Johnson, Dr. PH, National Director of Mission, JDRF

Venue

Mark Twain House

351 Farmington Avenue
Hartford, CT 06105
Directions

Event Contact

Jon Muskrat
860-321-2264 | jmuskrat@jdrf.org

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