Diane Carr, MA
Diane has a BS in professional arts and an MA in Clinical Psychology from Ball State University. In 2011 she completed a Graduate Certificate in Foundations of Public Health from U of M. Diane has worked for the Ann Arbor Y for 21 years in various roles of Program Development and Management with an emphasis on Healthy Living, Chronic Disease Prevention and Risk Management. She has also been involved with the Community Engagement Council and/or the Community Advisory Board for MICHR (U of M’s Michigan Institute of Clinical Health Research) since 2008. Diane has worked to position the Y to be an essential community partner in meeting the health needs of the community through evidence-based programs such as the Diabetes Prevention Program, Livestrong at the YMCA for Cancer Survivors, and Moving for Better Balance for fall prevention.
Courses Taught by Diane Carr
Physical Activity for Chronic Pain and Other Conditions: Evidence-Based Approaches
April 4, 2017 from 1:00 - 2:00 pm Eastern
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