Helping the tornado victims in Oklahoma
Diabetes can be difficult to manage during a natural disaster when people are forced from their homes. AADE encourages people with diabetes who are having difficulty to seek emergency services provided by the American Red Cross. Remember to identify yourself as someone who has diabetes when speaking with emergency care workers. People should also contact their diabetes educator for additional advice and guidance, if possible.
Helpful resources include
Diabetes Emergencies from the American Red Cross, and
Diabetes Care During
Emergencies from the CDC.
For those in a position to help, the AADE strongly encourages donations to the American Red Cross .
Check out our new Insulin Pump Online Course
AADE has developed a new online course called Insulin Pump Therapy that will give you a comprehensive understanding and 360 degree view of this innovative therapy. Learn more
Be Heard: Vote for your 2014 Leaders
The slate has been announced and voting is now open! Select the leaders you think will best
represent you in 2014. Voting is open through June 17th.
Join 3,000 of your colleagues at AADE13
The AADE Annual Meeting, August 7-10 in Philadelphia, is your yearly opportunity to enhance your professional development and career options, broaden your perspective and meet the requirements of your credentials. Learn more
AADE blog discusses new diabetes treatment
New treatments for diabetes are emerging in the healthcare market. AADE blogger Jennifer Clements discusses Invokana, a new, FDA approved therapy for lowering blood sugar in patients with type 2 diabetes. Read her post
AADE13 Annual Meeting & Exhibition
Get powerful knowledge that will improve the health of your patients. Register today for one stop access to CE, networking and the latest products.
CORE Concepts Course - Chicago, IL
Earn 20+ CE and learn the art and science of diabetes education in this popular course. Register by August 6th to save $75 .