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Within this page are a variety of resources and links to downloads that you can use professionally and to assist your patients.
First are items from SSEP, including archieved newsletters, see the product website page for professional and patient materials.
Second, many resources (both for porfessionals and patients) from CDAPP (California Diabetes and Pregnancy Program) are listed.
To follow next are published standards in the care of Diabetes and Pregnancy.
Finally, there are numerous free resources and patient materials on a variety of subjects. These are listed alphabetically by the resource group or subject. Direct website links and download links are provided when available: click on underlined or buttons below.
Diabetes & Pregnancy Self-Study Modules - 40 CE Credits. Online format - contact email@example.com
Details for all professional and patient resources on the product page.
2014 Spring - Breastfeeding Law Suite Settled
2014 Summer - MothertoBaby CA - Meds and More during Pregnancy
2014 Fall - Recognizing Supporting Partners
2015 Winter - Why Breastfeed
2015 Spring - The Gut Microbiome & "Omics" Technology: Impact on Diabetes and Reproductive Health
2015 Summer - Memorial to Deborah Rice & 2 NIH Reports
2015 Fall - SSE 2015 Conference & Guidelines for Diagnoses of Hyperglycemia in Pregnancy
2016 Winter - Treating Low Blood Sugar in Newborn (Page 2)
2016 Spring - SSEP 2016 Nov. Conference; Special Tests in Diabetes & Pregnancy
2016 Summer - Maternal Folate Levels may Reduce Child Obesity Risk; Healthy Diet may Reduce High B/P Risk after GDM
2017 Spring - Guidelines in Pregnancy after Weight Loss (Bariatric) Surgery
2017 Summer -Lipohypertrophy - New ACOG Technical Bulletin on GDM
2017 Fall - 2017 November Research Conference review; Oral Hypoglycemics
2018 Winter - Lactation and Progression to Type 2 after GDM
2018 Spring - Patient-centered care: What is it?
CDAPP offers many diabetes and pregnancy tools for free download.
The California Diabetes and Pregnancy Program is sponsored by the California State Department of Health, Maternal/Child Branch.
This program is dedicated to improving perinatal outcomes for women with diabetes.
Sweet Success promotes patient and professional education towards this aim.
Standards of Care
(Click below to Download resource)
AACE- Diabetes Guidelines - Chapter 9: Diabetes in Pegnancy - 2007
ADA – Standards of Medical Care for Diabetes – 2016
ADA- Standards of Medical Care for Diabetes - 2014
ADA - Diagnosis of Diabetes Position Statement - 2015
American Academy of Pediatrics: Clinical Report: Postnatal Glucose Homeostasis in Late-Preterm and Term Infants - 2011
Evidence Table for 2013 ADA- Standards of Medical Care for Diabetes
ACOG - 2013 - Practice Bulletin 137 - GDM
WHO - 2013 - Diagnostic Criteria of Hyperglycemia first Detected in Pregnancy
Gestational Diabetes Booklet: Focus on Meal Planning
By CommuniCare Health Centers, Davis, CA
Click on desired language below for appropriate booklet
Did You Have Gestational Diabetes When You Were Pregnant?
US Department of Health and Human Services
National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases Tip Sheet
"A fabulous website for people with diabetes to learn and to share.
By health professionals. For beginners, experts, and everyone in between!"
GlucoMenu is for patients with diabetes and pre-diabetes -
Eat Right, Exercise Daily, Live Better
Patient Education Videos
Milner-Fenwick- The Patient Education People
Standard or extended version of Gestational Diabetes management;
teaches pregnant women who have gestational diabetes self-management.
An Excellent Resource.
Breastfeeding Information Links
A Mother’s Ten Steps to Successful Breastfeeding(click to download)
This new flyer was developed to bridge the gap between mothers’ hopes for breastfeeding and
the low exclusive breastfeeding rates we see in Los Angeles County hospitals.
Baby Friendly Breastfeeding Guide (Your Guide to Breastfeeding, 2009)
Indian Health Service Breastfeeding Handouts
Breastfeeding is Best for your Baby
Other Tools, click links below
Birth Defect Research for Women
Birth Defect Research for Children, Inc. (BDRC) is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization that provides parents
and expectant parents with information about birth defects and support services for their children.
BDRC has a parent-matching program that links families who have children with similar birth defects.
Birth Defects National Registry
The Compliance Scale developed by Susan Rasmussen, RN and Colleen Johnson, RD who manage the Perinatal Outpatient Services/Sweet Success Program at Sierra Vista Regional Medical Center in San Luis Obispo, California, may be downloaded and copied. “The objective of this compliance scale is to provide the Healthcare Provider with accurate and measurable information regarding a patient's participation in the program.” For more information, contact Susan directly at firstname.lastname@example.org.
A1C to Mgdl Conversion Chart
mg/dL to mmol/L Conversion Chart
Cord Blood Banking
Promotes the benefits of public cord blood banking and provides the latest up-to-date information
and free resources for expecting parents
Download a free guide to Cord Blood Banking
Cord blood treats over 80 diseases including leukemia and lymphoma.
Donations are painless and are being used to save the lives of children and adults around the world.
Diabetes During Pregnancy Videos
Developed by Kaiser Permanente
English and Spanish versions available
Gestational Diabetes Mellitus Toolkit
The Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics
The Gold Standard Companion to Academy’s Evidence-based Nutrition Practice Guideline
Sharmila Chatterjee MSc, MS, RD, LD, CDE; Maria Duarte-Gardea, PhD, RD; Alyce M. Thomas, RD
The Gestational Diabetes Mellitus (GDM) Toolkit is designed to assist the registered dietitian in implementing the Academy’s Gestational
Diabetes Mellitus Evidence-Based Nutrition Practice Guideline. The toolkit is a great resource for new dietitians, students and those needing to learn
more about the nutrition care of those with GDM.
The toolkit includes:
A sample initial and follow-up progress note for documentation that utilizes the Academy's Nutrition Care Process and Standardized Language
An interactive progress note option for documenting electronically into a PDF file.
Three comprehensive case studies highlighting the care of a patient on insulin, oral medication and no medication.
An outline of the Encounter Process for patients/clients with GDM for initial and follow-up encounters.
List of GDM-related client education and professional materials.
Forms to monitor outcomes for 20 patients/clients which contain automatic calculations and graphs illustrating the progress of anthropometric,
behavioral and biochemical outcomes.
TAKE CONTROL - National Smoker’s Helpline
California Smokers’ Helpline - A free service funded by Prop 99
1-800-NO-BUTTS (English) 1-800-45-NO=FUME (Spanish)
Helpline services are available in English, Chinese (Mandarin and Cantonese), Korean, Spanish and Vietnamese
as well as a TDD line for the hard of hearing.
There are also specialized services for teens and pregnant women, as well as a line for tobacco chewers.
Services are free to anyone in California.
1-800 QUITE-NOW (1-800-784-8669) – Call. It’s FREE. It works.
Organizations supporting the same work as SSEP
American Diabetes Association
The American Diabetes Association is the nation's leading nonprofit health organization providing diabetes
research, information and advocacy.
American Pregnancy Association
The American Pregnancy Association is a national health organization committed to promoting reproductive and
pregnancy wellness through education, support, advocacy, and community awareness.
Healthy Smiles for kids of Orange County
Healthy Smiles – Healthy teeth begin at birth. For kids of Orange County California
Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation International
Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation International presents research, publications, advocacy, and how to get involved
Link: Type I Patient Handbook available for download on their resource page
LifeScan, a Johnson & Johnson Company, makes products to help improve the quality of life for people with diabetes.
March of Dimes
The March of Dimes is leading the way to find answers by supporting research into the causes of premature birth.
Did you know that premature birth is the leading cause of new born death in the first month of life?
Because premature birth can happen to any pregnant woman.
n nearly half the cases, the causes are unknown. I am joining the fight, and so can you.
Medtronic is the global leader in medical technology -
alleviating pain, restoring health and extending
life for millions of people around the world.
Mini Pharmacy Sweet Expectations Program
Mini Pharmacy has mail order supplies as part of a complete care program designed especially for diabetic patients.
Providing Pregnancy Risk Information to promote a healthier pregnancy
Teratology is the study of birth defects caused by exposures or substances taken during pregnancy.
The Pregnancy Risk Information Line is a statewide service operated by the California Teratogen Information Service (CTIS).
Their goal is to promote healthy pregnancies through education and research.
The service provides FREE information about the following exposures during pregnancy: over-the-counter Medications,
Prescription Medications, Vitamins/Supplements, Alcohol/Recreational Drugs, Vaccinations or Immunizations,
Diseases or Infections, Chemicals, Pesticides, Occupational Exposures, Paternal Exposures.
CTIS also provides information about the effects of medications taken while breastfeeding.
This service is offered to the general public, including pregnant and breastfeeding women, women planning their pregnancy, fathers, physicians, genetic counselors, midwives, nurses, social workers, and other health care providers.
The information and counseling is provided in a non-directive, and non-judgmental manner.
To speak with a counselor about your questions call: 1-800-532-3749 (in California) or send an email via the website.
Buy diabetes products incredibly cheap through our diabetes shop: medications, glucose monitors, test strips,
lancets, cholesterol monitors, blood pressure monitors, heart rate monitors, fat loss monitors,
ebooks, books, diabetes supplies, others.
National Institute of Health
DIETARY SUPPLEMENT LABEL DATABASE
Searchable collection contains product information & ingredients from labels of dietary supplements sold in U.S.
“Encouraging Women. Educating Families – Learn the basics of Postpartum Depression (PPD)”
Professional Education Center
Professional Education Center provides continuing education, focused in Obstetrics, for the health care professional
World Diabetes Foundation
Diabetes World strives "To provide current and accurate information on diabetes and its care.
Our goal is for all people with diabetes to lead healthy and fulfilling lives."
Websites of National Diabetes or Pregnancy focused Organizations
www.acog.com (American College of Obstetrics and Gynecology)
www.awhonn.com (Association of Women's Health, Obstetrical and Neonatal Nurses)
www.diabetes.org (American Diabetes Association)
www.diabeteseducator.org (Association of American Diabetes Educators)
www.jdrf.org (Juvenile Diabetes Research Center)
Websites of Diabetes Publications/Newsletters
Websites of Diabetes related Products