Thank you for your interest in DiSH-MT program development!
What is DiSH-MT?
Diabetes in School Health (DiSH) is a monthly school diabetes health teleconferencing program developed by pediatric endocrinologists alongside school nurses to help school-based personnel support and understand type 1 diabetes in the school setting. Thanks to a grant from the Leona M. and Harry B. Helmsley Charitable Trust, we are excited to be able to bring this incredible, customizable program to Montana!
Who are we?
Hi, it’s great to meet you! We are Montana Pediatrics, a network of pediatric providers across Montana who are committed to increasing access to health care and health equity for all of Montana’s children. Supporting children with Type 1 Diabetes and their families is an important part of our work and we’re excited to engage further with you and help support you and your students as much as you’d like. If you’re interested in the other ways we’re supporting children across Montana, check out The Work We’re Doing.
About this Survey:
Thank you for your interest in the DiSH-MT Program. We appreciate your responses to the survey below. The information you provide will be used in planning the content for the program, which aims to provide pediatric diabetes education collaboration opportunities for school health personnel across the state.
Sharing this Survey:
Please feel free to forward this survey and information to anyone who works in schools and helps manage student health.
If you have any questions about this survey, the DiSH program, or would like to learn more about our diabetes work, please contact Matthew Larsen, Diabetes Program Manager, at firstname.lastname@example.org or (406) 201-9241.Take the Survey