As a member of the DAI you will have access to trainings, events and quality, evidence informed resources to help you make a difference in your community!
10 Great Reasons to Be a Member
1. Connection: You are connected to a larger group banded together to produce positive results for public health in our region.
2. Annual Educational Conference: The annual Conference provides quality education and networking for public health professionals, healthcare professionals and those serving patients with Diabetes. You can contribute to the content, help plan the Conference or attend to enhance your professional development.
3. Public Policy / Advocacy: You can contribute to the advocacy program centered on assuring that individuals with Diabetes are being heard and their needs are being met.
4. Continuing Education and Professional Development: The association is committed to providing quarterly continuing education and professional development opportunities for our members. As a member you are able to attend for FREE or receive a significant discount on your registration.
5. Networking: You have many opportunities to network with colleagues, businesses, and citizens across Idaho. You will be building your contacts, sharing ideas, best practices and solutions to enhance your current job, find opportunities for career enhancement, etc. Networking events range from Annual Conferences to regional meetings.
6. Leadership Opportunities: You are provided opportunities to enhance your leadership skills through serving on the Board of Directors, Workgroups, and special projects.
7. Stay Informed: You will receive regular communication and access to current, evidence informed, Diabetes resources.
8. Funding: Funding opportunities will be made available and shared with members as available.
9. Make a Difference You will have opportunities to bring diverse perspectives and collaboratively identify solutions for reducing the impact of Diabetes for Idahoans.
10. Empowerment: You are part of a larger community. You are empowered to get involved in issues that affect your personal and professional communities and your quality of life.