Continuous Glucose Monitoring Course
The Continuous Glucose Monitor Course is a self-paced, 5-module online course developed and facilitated by AADE that focuses on the technology of continuous glucose monitoring, both professional and personal use, reimbursement and also using continuous glucose monitoring in your practice. This course is accredited for continuing education credits for nurses, pharmacists and registered dietitians. There is a final exam at the end of the course, with a mandatory passing rate of 70% for you to receive CE credit.
Praise for this course:
"Very comprehensive course -- it really helps to see the big picture as well as the
details. Even for someone who is very experienced with CGM, there are still plenty of things
- Gary Scheiner MS, CDE, Owner & Clinical Director - Integrated Diabetes Services
Discounted Member price: $295.00
Nonmember price: $415.00
Bulk discounts are now offered for groups. Please note discount prices vary depending on a registrant’s status as an AADE member or non-member.
- For groups of 3-5, a 10% discount is available. The discount pricing makes the course $265.50 for AADE members, and $373.50 for non-members.
- For groups of 6-10, a 15% discount is available. The discount pricing makes the course $250.75 for AADE members, and $352.75 for non-members.
To register a bulk discount or to get pricing for groups of 11 or larger, please contact AADE’s
Member Services team at 800-338-3633 x 100 or
Please note: Course registrations are nontransferable, and registration information must be processed in the name of the individual taking the course. AADE Members cannot register a colleague to receive the Member discount.
Module 1: Introduction to Continuous Glucose Monitoring
The goal of this module is to gain an appreciation of the considerable history of the category of continuous glucose monitoring globally and the current trends in the increased acceptance of CGM as a self-management tool for your patients with insulin-requiring diabetes.
Module 2: The Technology of Continuous Glucose Monitoring
The goal of this module is to understand the technology behind the category of continuous glucose monitors and how technology attributes can lead to optimal performance of glucose sensors.
Module 3: Professional Use of Continuous Glucose Monitoring
The goal of this module is to review the professional literature and reimbursement guidelines that supports professional use CGM and outline the benefits, challenges and current trends in using professional CGM.
Module 4: Personal Use of Continuous Glucose Monitoring
The goal of this module is to give a comprehensive overview of the clinical literature that support the clinical benefit of personal CGM for various patient profiles as well as outline the current reimbursement environment for personal use CGM.
Module 5: Continuous Glucose Monitoring in Your Practice
The goal of this module is to highlight the practical aspects of using CGM in your practice – how to introduce CGM to your patients, training aspects of CGM, both device and therapy training, interpretation and coding and reimbursement.
The key learning you will gain from this advanced course is a comprehensive understanding of where continuous glucose monitoring is in the United States, the clinical validation for the efficacy of the therapy, clear understanding of CGM reimbursement and the variety of ways CGM can be used in your practice and with your patients to improve clinical outcomes and practice management.
Keri L. Weindel MS,RD,CDE
Keri has been actively involved in the technology and advocacy of CGM since 2006. Currently, Keri directs and is responsible for both global and domestic professional education for the category of CGM at Dexcom Inc. She has also developed and implemented healthcare provider and patient education to advocate for the technology and promote the understanding and utility of CGM as a therapy in diabetes management throughout various mediums (web, in-person, group education, etc.). Keri specializes in the intensive insulin therapy and treatment in Type 1 and Type 2 diabetes.
Ms. Weindel has been commissioned by the American Association of Diabetes Educators as the leading subject matter expert and educator in the technology and use of continuous glucose monitoring and we thank her for sharing her expertise in the topic.
It is the policy of the American Association of Diabetes Educators to require that anyone who has an opportunity to affect continuing education activities content (e.g. authors, presenters and program planners) with products or services from a commercial interest with which s/he has financial relationships, discloses those financial relationship/s with commercial entities to participants.
Disclosure of a relationship is not intended to suggest or condone bias in any presentation, but is made to provide participants with information that might be of potential importance to their evaluation of a presentation.
Relevant disclosures (or lack thereof) among educational activity planners and faculty are as follows:
- Keri L. Weindel MS, RD, CDE:
- Leslie E. Kolb RN, BSN, MBA Nurse Planner: None
- Chris Olsen, Distance Education Manager: None
The approval of this educational offering by the AADE does not imply endorsement of specific therapies, treatments, or products discussed in the presentations.
CE Credit Information
To receive a Statement of Credit, you must review the full content of the program and complete the course evaluation. Upon successful completion of the entire course and the post-test, learners will receive 12 hours of continuing education credit and a Statement of Credit. Statements of Credit will be issued electronically following completion of the course and exam.
Learners will have 6 months to complete the entire course once registered.