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American Diabetes Month with Dr. Shani V. Davis

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Doctors of the USA welcomes Dr. Shani V. Davis, Ph.D., ANP-BC, CDE, a member of the American Diabetes Association (ADA) Tampa Bay Community Leadership Board, to talk about diabetes and its health risks. Listen in as she shares new ideas and information to improve the lives of people affected by diabetes and build awareness of this epidemic. 

Dr. Shani Davis has been a board certified adult nurse practitioner and certified diabetes educator for over 12 years. She received a bachelor’s degree, and a master’s degree in adult and geriatric advanced nursing practice from Florida A&M University. Also, she completed the Doctorate of Philosophy in Nursing from the University of South Florida this past summer. The vast majority of her experience has been in endocrinology, and she has worked, presented, and instructed on advanced diabetes management strategies throughout Florida. Currently, she practices with 2 local physicians and teaches diabetes education in several other offices in the Tampa area. She serves on the boards of Diabetes Charitable Services, the American Diabetes Association Tampa Community Leadership Board, and she has been a member of the ADA’s Clinical Conference on Diabetes planning committee for the past 3 years. She holds membership in a host of professional and civic organizations, and serves the community as founder and leader of her church’s Health and Wellness Ministry, and through active membership in her service Sorority, Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc.

Check out the following websites:

1. American Diabetes Association for a host of information on diabetes for persons affected, their support systems, and health professionals.

2. Stop Diabetes for involvement in diabetes advocacy and outreach.

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