Guidelines-At-A-Glance Quick Reference CDs
Three CDs available as Quick Reference Sources. Purchase separately or at a savings when you purchase the whole set
GDM Management: Pregnancy Complicated by Pre-exisitng Diabetes: Calculating and Adjusting Insulin
GDM Patient Handout
Available in English or Spanish
21st National Diabetes and Pregnancy Research Conference
Motivate to Prevent
Expanded 2-Day Conference Format
Plus optional re-conference Workshops; Two to choose from
November 2-4, 2017
Discounts for SSEP members. You have the opportunity to join SSEP,
receive all their benefits and save instantly on this conference.
Savings available by registering for complete conference and workshop and by utilizing the Early Bird special (register by October 6)
Details available in downloadable brochure below
Registration is now open
PEC Education Partner, Sweet Success Extension Program (SSEP)
SSEP is a 501(c) (3) nonprofit corporation formed to promote Diabetes and Pregnancy guidelines through education.
SSEP promotes the CA Sweet Success Model of Care by making it available and accessible to diabetes and pregnancy programs nationwide. This model of care remains the leading authority in diabetes and pregnancy guidelines
and has been successfully implemented in various settings including managed care, primary care, clinics, offices,
medical centers and hospitals at all levels of care in numerous states, and at Indian Health Service facilities.
SSEP also supports the work of the CDAPP and Sweet Success Express
by developing education materials, assisting in conference development
and providing support services for health care providers nationwide.
Our partnership with SSEP allows you, the PEC customer, more options
in education regarding pregnancies complicated by diabetes.
Education for practitioners and for your patients, some products with CE credits available.
Healthy Moms - Healthy Families Exercise Video
A professionally produced 23 minute exercise video with real patients performing light aerobic exercises. The exercises are appropriate to perform at home without the aid of equipment and are appropriate for most women with diabetes prior to, during and after pregnancy