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EPACE Learning:


Join a distinguished group of Public Health thought leaders in the area of Diabetes Prevention and Control. You will learn the latest science and trends from a panel of subject matter experts, have the opportunity to ask questions, and practice using your new knowledge through real-time participation small virtual groups. You will hear about real-world success stories from your peers, and work in collaboration with them to develop actions that work for you, whatever your capacity or priorities.

ePACE trainings are online, web-facilitated training sessions that incorporate all of the components and benefits of in-person training. These trainings use the latest in virtual media and social networking to provide a powerful learning and networking experience delivered by Emory University’s Centers For Training and Technical Assistance, in conjunction with CDC’s Division of Diabetes Translation (DDT).


There are no upcoming EPACE sessions scheduled at this time. Click here to view past events and training materials in the the EPACE archives.


ePACE is a series of highly interactive virtual conferences designed by Emory University’s Diabetes Training and Technical Assistance Center (DTTAC) to help you keep pace with changing science and practice. The name “ePACE”, stands for Educate, Practice, Apply, Collaborate and Evaluate. These actions describe the steps in the ePACE learning experience.

Watch the intro video below to learn more about EPACE, or click here to download a 1-pager with more information.