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Chronic Disease Prevention and Screening Section
Chronic Disease Prevention and ControlThe Chronic Disease Prevention and Screening Section (CDPS) is committed to achieving true improvements in people's health by encouraging healthy personal behaviors. Improved quality of life and extended years of healthy living for New Hampshire residents are the overall goals for all activities undertaken through Chronic Disease programs and services.

The CDPS released its Chronic Disease Strategic Plan Adobe Acrobat Reader Symbol on August 26, 2013. It is the result of three years of collaboration among the various chronic disease and related risk factor programs to integrate activities that will sustain the goals and strategies undertaken by the the Section.

Registration Now Available!

NH Chronic Disease Conference 2015
Living Well with Chronic Disease
May 12, 2015 9:00am-3:30pm
Grappone Conference Center
Concord, NH

  • Identify opportunities to promote prevention and improve the management of patients with chronic disease.
  • Explore care management strategies that promote patient engagement and health equity in pediatric and adult patients.
  • Describe how state and federal policies are impacting the care of patients with chronic disease.
  • Discuss ways in which technology can be used to engage patients in self-management.

$75 per person
includes meals, education materials, and 5.25 educational credits/contact hours

To register visit this web page

CDPS partners with health and education agencies, community health centers, local and national voluntary agencies and associations, the private sector, and federal agencies. The programs which make up the CDPS include the following:

The CDPS also works with other partners in New Hampshire to control other forms of chronic disease.

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