Professional Development Programs at Camp Nejeda

The Camp Nejeda Foundation is pleased to offer "Managing Diabetes in Children" educational seminar for nurses. The seminar includes the following objectives:

  • Pathophysiology of Type 1 Diabetes
  • Basal/Bolus Insulin
  • Traditional insulin administration
  •  Rationale of carbohydrate counting
  •  Utilizing advanced features of "smart pumps" efficiently
  • Assisting in insulin dose adjustments as needed
  • Recognizing causes, treatments, and prevention of DKA and hypoglycemia
  • Recognizing and preventing complications in the overall healthcare of the child with diabetes
  • Introduction to Continuous Glucose Monitoring
  • Type 2 Diabetes in children


This program typically has approval by the American Association of Diabetes Educators, an accredited approver by the American Nurses Credentialing Center's Commission on Accreditation, for 4.5 contact hours.

For more information about the program call our office at 973-383-2611 or email


Program Cost $90

Click here to download the Spring 2015 Information and Registration form for the "Managing Diabetes in Children" Educational Seminar

2016 Seminar Dates and Locations to be announced soon



Managing Diabetes in Children Educational Seminar for Nurses 
Program Schedule 

9:00 Type 1 Diabetes

9:30 Basal/Bolus Insulin and Carb Counting

10:30 Pumps and CGMs

11:30 Conventional Insulin

12:00 Lunch is served

12:30 Blood glucose testing, pattern management, exercise and sick day

12:45 Ketones

1:00 Hypoglycemia

1:30 Type 2 Diabetes in children

2:30 General medical needs of children with diabetes including Celiac Disease

3:00 Evaluation and questions

The Camp Nejeda
thanks its major sponsors!

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