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AADE12 Virtual Meeting


The Virtual Meeting provides a shortened online version of the live meeting, that you can access from the comfort of your home or office. Virtual Meeting attendees can receive continuing education hours, visit the virtual exhibit hall, view posters online, and interact with all attendees.

Registration is now closed.

CLICK HERE for Registration Including 10.5 CE Credit hours

Already registered? Click here to access the AADE12 Virtual Meeting. You will be able to access the Virtual Meeting and to watch sessions and complete your sessions evaluations to earn CE credit until December 31, 2012.

To access your CE Hours:
1) View General Session and Breakout Sessions located in the Education Room.
2) To earn your CE credit hours - visit the Resources tab
- Click on the Breakout Sessions tab (or General Sessions tab) on the left-hand side of the page.
- Click on the corresponding link for the session that you watched, this will be on the right hand side of the page.
- This will bring you to the sessions evaluation. Fill out the evaluation completely. At the end, your CE statement will download on your screen and be emailed to you.

For any additional questions you may have regarding the Virtual Meeting, please email:

Cancellation requests are not accepted.


AADE12 Virtual Meeting Elements

AADE12 Virtual Meeting Benefits Paid Access
Access to Online Exhibitors & Materials x
Access to Poster Sessions x
Access to Material until December 1, 2012 x
Video Footage from all 3 General Sessions (for 3.0 CE hours) x
5 Breakoout Sessions on Demand (for 7.5 CE hours)* x

Breakout Sessions Avaliable for CE Credit during the AADE12 Virtual Meeting Include:

  • From Literature to Practice: Updates on Medication Taking and Monitoring
  • New Frontiers in the Prevention of Type 1 and Type 2: Diabetes Educators Needed
  • New Patient Specific Approach to In-Patient Diabetes Education
  • A New Approach to Using Insulin Pumps in the Hospital
  • Racing to Control...Start to Finish: Glycemic Control in the Hospitalized Patient