Division of Program Coordination, Planning, and Strategic Initiatives (DPCPSI)
National Institutes of Health
U.S. Department of Health and Human Services
NIH Consensus Development Conference: Diagnosing Gestational Diabetes Mellitus

Get Involved!

Stakeholder participation will be a key aspect of the NIH’s Consensus Development Conference on Diagnosing Gestational Diabetes Mellitus. Therefore, we encourage you to use these tools to reach out to colleagues and constituents at professional, advocacy, and voluntary organizations to help promote the conference.

What can I do?

Registration icon Attend the conference!
  Register to attend.
  Participants can ask questions and make comments throughout the proceedings, and provide feedback on the draft report during the open comment period.
Can't attend?
  Register to view the webcast. (live or archived)
  Webcast viewers will have an opportunity to submit comments regarding the panel's report online.

Web button icon Encourage stakeholder groups to add a gestational diabetes web button to their site.
  Large vertical button (240 x 400 jpg)
  Medium horizontal button (336 x 280 jpg)
  Small square button (250 x 250 jpg)
  Web button HTML codes

Email icon Send an email to your colleagues.
  Email conference info. (Send automatically to your colleagues.)
  Link above not working? Copy and paste the prewritten text. (MS Word)

Newsletter icon Encourage others to mention the conference in newsletters.
  Short length newsletter drop-in (260 words - MS Word)
  Medium length newsletter drop-in (310 words - MS Word)
  Long length newsletter drop-in (460 words - MS Word)

Presentation Slide icon Include a slide in an upcoming presentation.
  Title and conference questions slides (1.28 MB, MS PowerPoint)

Follow NIHprevents on Twitter Discuss the Diagnosing Gestational Diabetes Mellitus conference on Twitter!
  For anyone attending or following this conference, the hashtag is #NIHGDM.

ODP logo Learn more about the Planning Committee for this conference.
  See the members of the Planning Committee.

Question icon Contact us with any questions or comments.