This section brings together the professional opportunities AADE offers to give you the education, information and solutions you need for your patients and your practice.
Divided into types of education, the following catalog includes face-to-face meetings, live and archived Webinars, online self-study programs, brochures and publications.
Learn more about our effort to expand access to diabetes education by becoming an accrediting body for diabetes self-management education/training.
Attracts thousands of diabetes educators to learn, network and explore through more than 100 educational sessions, nearly 300 exhibitors and numerous social events.
Learn about the latest AADE research initiatives and gain access to research libraries and clinical trial information.
AADE's practice documents inform and support the practice of diabetes education. They include official documents such as position statements; white papers; the Guidelines for Practice of Diabetes Education and supporting Competencies for Diabetes Educators; the Scope of Practice, Standards of Practice, and Standards of Professional Performance for Diabetes Educators; and the National Standards for Diabetes Self-Management Education.
Information on a training for healthcare professionals new to diabetes education or seeking to advance their careers in the field.
Information and resources to assist in the implementation of the behavior change framework, the AADE7™, into practice.
Connecting diabetes educators with job opportunities across the nation.
AADE publishes a a bi-monthly journal, monthly association e-newsletter and a quarterly practice newsletter.
Technical documents, fact sheets and other information tools published by AADE.
AADE Education and Research Foundation Scholarships and AADE Recognition Awards available annually to members.
A blog written by diabetes educators for diabetes educators.
Information about AADE's Diabetes Prevention Program and the CDC's National Diabetes Prevention Program.
Learn about this initiative that targets adult populations disproportionately affected by type 2 diabetes.