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Diabetes Education Classes For now, due to COVID-19, we are not offering diabetes classes.  Please talk to your healthcare provider to receive a referral for a one on one virtual visit with an educator. In the mean time, here are some additional education links that...

   About The Jim Tyree Diabetes Education Library, located on the 5th floor Endocrinology Clinic at DCAM, is designed to provide our patients with any additional resources they need beyond the clinic. Although designed with Kovler Diabetes Center patients in mind, the library is open...

About The Jim Tyree Diabetes Education Library, located on the 5th floor Endocrinology Clinic at DCAM, is designed to provide our patients with any additional resources they need beyond the clinic. Although designed with Kovler Diabetes Center patients in mind, the library is open to...

This October, the University of Chicago will offer world-class continuing medical education linking diabetes, hypertension, strokes and lipid management. The Midwest Medical Forum will take place at the McCormick Place Convention Center (West), 2301 S. Lake Shore Drive, Chicago, Illinois Oct. 26-28. The three day...

Experts at the Kovler Diabetes Center can help organizations educate their employees about diabetes prevention and management. Depending on the area of interest, we will develop a customized program on topics such as living a healthy life, managing type 2 diabetes, even understanding the economic,...

Turn to Kovler when seeking diabetes education and support, or if you have questions about our services. We offer classes and free programs and events – both on and off-campus – to help you lead a healthy, happy life. Diabetes Education Classes Kovler offers diabetes education...

The American Diabetes Association Annual Scientific Sessions is a highly anticipated event that showcases progress in all aspects of the science and practice of diabetes. The Scientific Sessions were supposed to be held in Chicago this year, which would have been particularly meaningful as Dr....