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Two-fold challenge for the Diabetes Association AGM

Epidemiologist Dorothea Hazel

Epidemiologist Dorothea Hazel while challenging the Montserrat Diabetes Association at their Annual General Meeting, reminded the association that “the reward for work is more work.”

Miss Hazel delivered the feature address when she issued the “two-fold” challenge to the members. 1. Continue What you do; and 2.  Look for new avenues.

In the conversational address about diabetes at the AGM which was held under the “Diabetes Education and Prevention”, said that Association must continue educating the general public and persons living with diabetes, along with continuing the Diabetes self-management course, providing screening opportunities, and  being good examples.

She urged: “Target your education to the younger members of our society… Do not be satisfied until a majority of our children can recite the risks and symptoms of diabetes.”

In conclusion, her conversational address, interacting with the audience at times, Miss Hazel encouraged the members to, “focus on your VISION for our population. Always remember WHY you do what you do, and the unacceptable consequences of doing nothing.”

Photo Miss Dorothea Hazel delivering Diabetes AGM feature address

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Epidemiologist Dorothea Hazel

Epidemiologist Dorothea Hazel while challenging the Montserrat Diabetes Association at their Annual General Meeting, reminded the association that “the reward for work is more work.”

Miss Hazel delivered the feature address when she issued the “two-fold” challenge to the members. 1. Continue What you do; and 2.  Look for new avenues.

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In the conversational address about diabetes at the AGM which was held under the “Diabetes Education and Prevention”, said that Association must continue educating the general public and persons living with diabetes, along with continuing the Diabetes self-management course, providing screening opportunities, and  being good examples.

She urged: “Target your education to the younger members of our society… Do not be satisfied until a majority of our children can recite the risks and symptoms of diabetes.”

In conclusion, her conversational address, interacting with the audience at times, Miss Hazel encouraged the members to, “focus on your VISION for our population. Always remember WHY you do what you do, and the unacceptable consequences of doing nothing.”

Photo Miss Dorothea Hazel delivering Diabetes AGM feature address