Combating Diabetes Health Disparities in Washington DC
The solution to health disparities lies in a collective community effort. Sorogi is excited to support the Make A Difference pharmacy ambassadors to improve diabetes management for DC residents. The Make a Difference program developed by Sorogi aims to increase access to diabetes resources in vulnerable communities in Washington, DC by engaging pharmacies to become accredited providers of Diabetes Self-Management Education and Support (DSMES) services. By leveraging the relationship and trust pharmacists have cultivated over the years within the community, the program ensures DC residents living with diabetes will be better equipped and empowered to take control of their health. Through a rigorous selection process, Sorogi was able to select four independent pharmacies to become providers of DSMES and inaugural ambassadors of the Make a Difference program.
“Sorogi is excited and honored to lead this initiative in the District, foster community partnerships, and provide required training to our inaugural pharmacy ambassadors as they begin their journey to obtain national accreditation and become trusted providers of diabetes education and support.”—Dr. Vivian Nnacho Ayuk, PharmD, CDCES (CEO)
Sorogi congratulates the following Make A Difference Pharmacy Inaugural Ambassadors
Follow Sorogi Health on Facebook and LinkedIn as we highlight these pharmacies on Mondays in August, beginning Monday, August 9th. #MakeADifferenceMonday
Training Opportunities for DC Health Professionals
Sorogi is offering the following ADCES pre-recorded trainings to DC Health professionals for CE credit.
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