Rachmiel Levine Medal for Service
Christine T. Tobin, RN, MBA, CDE
Christine T. Tobin, RN, MBA, CDE, from Atlanta, Georgia received the American Diabetes Association’s prestigious 2010 Rachmiel Levine Medal for Service. The award was presented at the Association’s 70th Scientific Sessions in Orlando, Florida June 25-29.
The Rachmiel Levine Medal for Service is presented annually to the American Diabetes Association’s President of Health Care & Education for his or her outstanding leadership and service to the Association.
Ms. Tobin has been a diabetes educator for 26 years in a variety of clinical settings. She has been an American Diabetes Association volunteer for 25 years. She has served on the Association’s National Board of Directors, as well as the Advocacy, Provider Recognition, Research Policy, and Finance Committees. She is also a member of the American Diabetes Association’s Pinnacle Society.
At the local level, Ms. Tobin is a member of the Atlanta Community Leadership Board and has served on the Fathers Day Council. Ms. Tobin has conducted seminars on diabetes-related topics, has written articles for diabetes publications, and has been a liaison to federal agencies including the Health Care Financing Administration and the Food and Drug Administration.
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