Association of Diabetes Care & Education Specialists


AADE16 Presentation Slides

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GS01 Diabetes Management and Education in the Era of HealthcareTransformation – An Optomist’s View

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F01 Diversity - Working With Others Different From Ourselves and Understanding our Own Bias

F02 Sleep: Implications of Interrupted, Insufficient Sleep on Metabolism, Obesity, Type 2 Diabetes Risk, Glucose Management

F03 Telehealth: Professional Practice Considerations to Deliver Diabetes Care, Education and Support

F04 How to Build and Sustain a Hospital Unit-Based Diabetes Management Mentor Program

F05 Facilitating Healthy Behaviors to Prevent and Manage Diabetes: Results of the NDEP & AADE Diabetes HealthSense Study

F06 Current State of DSMT Reimbursement and Healthcare Reform

F07 Techniques to Integrate Mindfulness into Your Toolbox

F08 Help Clients Overcome Diabetes Data Smog: Perspectives from a CEO with Diabetes

F09 Diabetes Educators and Care Coordinators Create a New Paradigm for Primary Care

F10 Diabetes Management Across the Spectrum of Kidney Function

F11 FDA Guidance on Closed Loop Artificial Pancreas Systems: From DIY to FDA Approved

F12 Motivational Interviewing: A Sense Making Approach

F13 Culinary Medicine Helps Overcome Hurdles to Healthy Eating

F14 Weight Loss Medications in Prediabetes and Type 2 Diabetes: Who, When, How?

F15 FDA Guidance and an Educator's Perspective on the Avalanche of Apps

F16 A New Model to Increase Access to Diabetes Education: Partner and Train Primary Care Staff

F17 Treatment and Care of Cystic Fibrosis Related Diabetes (CFRD): A Team Approach

F18 Demystify Twitter and Become a Tweeter: A Hands-On Workshop

F19 Working From a New Mindset: Flourishing

F20 Hypoglycemia in 2016: Detection, Treatment and Prevention

F21 Inpatient Glycemic Management: How We Got Others To Follow Our Lead

F22 How Diabetes Educators Can Work With Federal and State Policymakers to Promote Quality Diabetes Care and Education

F23 CGM Before CSII Initiation -- Reverse Your Thinking

F24 Can Diabetes Educators Be Care Coordinators?

F25 DSME/S for Older Adults with Cognitive Decline

F26 Looking Beyond A1C as the Gold Standard Diabetes Outcome

F27A Knowledge and Attitudes of Certified Diabetes Educators Regarding Genetic Testing for Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus

F27B Diabetes Educator-Ambassador(CDE-A) Involvement Improves Diabetic Control and Cardiovascular Risk factors At Primary Care Level

F28 Diagnosis and Treatment of Diabetic Retinopathy

F29 A Delivery System Reform Incentive Payment Project in a Multi-site Community-based Primary Care Setting

F30 Improving Diabetes Self-Management Education (DSME) Access, Medicaid Coverage, and Practice Outcomes across the U.S: Lessons Learned from State Health Departments

F31 Becoming a Certified Diabetes Educator (CDE®): Facts, Common Myths, and Exciting News

SP05 Erectile Dysfunction (ED)- it's not just about sex; The "LINK" between Diabetes, ED, and Cardiovascular disease


GS02 Embracing Change — Off Balance on Purpose

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S01 Aligning Payment Models with Effective Diabetes Program Management

S02 Collaboration and Cohesiveness in Communities: Promoting Diabetes Education and Patient Resources

S03 Knowledge and Attitudes of Certified Diabetes Educators Regarding Genetic Testing for Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus

S04 Professional Education - How to Activate other Members of the Healthcare Team to Support Diabetes Education in the Hospital and through Transition

S05 Meeting National Guidelines in Inpatient Diabetes Care: A Performance Improvement Initiative

S06 Medicare's Everyone with Diabetes Counts (EDC) Program: Overview and What’s Happening in California

S07 Shared Dietetic Appointments: A New Treatment Model for Enhanced Diabetes Education Dube

S07 Shared Dietetic Appointments: A New Treatment Model for Enhanced Diabetes Education Sands

S08 Evidence-Based Nutrition Guidelines to Control the ABC’s of Diabetes

S09 Teens Helping Teens: a New Strategy for Group Diabetes Care

S10 Anticipating the Availability of Artificial Pancreas Systems: What to Expect in the Clinic?

S11 Improve Patient Engagement Utilizing Coaching Technique

S12 A Healthy Beginning: Diabetes and Preconception Health

S13 The Diabetes Technology Revolution: Utilizing Tools and Technology Data to Maximize their Use and Improve Patient Outcomes

S14 The Potent Power of Patient Leadership

S15 Tailoring Treatment Plans and DSME for Food Insecure People with Diabetes

S16 Insulin Therapy and Delivery Today and Tomorrow

S17 How Diabetes Educators Can Create Smooth Sailing for Kids, Parents and School Personnel

S18 Optimizing Pregnancy Outcomes with  Diabetes Education:  Before, During, and After Pregnancy

S19 Helping Individuals Deal with Diabetes Stigma and Guilt Guzman

S19 Helping Individuals Deal with Diabetes Stigma and Guilt Brown

S20 Type WE: The Positive Power of Life Partners in Diabetes Self-Management

S21 Off to College and Beyond: Resources and Programs to Launch Young Adults with Diabetes

S22 Maximize Medication Adherance by Minimizing Barriers

S23 Beyond Depression - Serious Mental Illness & Diabetes: The Role of the Diabetes Educator

S24 Is Glucagon Ready for Prime Time?

S25 The Joint DSMES Position Statement One Year Later: Use of Implementation Science to Integrate Into Practice

S26 Diabetes Technologies and Devices: From Accuracy to Cybersecurity

S27 Fetal Programming of Adult Diabetes and Obesity: Unintended Consequences

S28A Using a Weight-Based Hypoglycemia Treatment Protocol for Insulin Pump Therapy

S28B Advanced Diabetes Training for the Community Pharmacist

S29 Diabetes Self-Management Education via Telemedicine in the Air Force

S30 Transitioning Care from Parent to Young Adult Applying a Family Systems Approach

S31 Maintaining Your Certified Diabetes Educator (CDE®) Credential: Remind Me Again – How Do I Renew?


GS03 Obesity Management in Diabetes Care and Education: Explore
Our Current and Future Armamentarium

D01 Where the Jobs in Industry Are and the Skills You Need to Find Them

D02 The e-community: How eHealth Can Engage People and Providers Greenwood

D02 The e-community: How eHealth Can Engage People and Providers deBronkart

D03 Change Champions: Engage with Members Evolving Our Profession

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D04 Treatment and Management of Obesity as a Chronic Disease Kyle

D04 Treatment and Management of Obesity as a Chronic Disease Lindquist

D05 Sharing Evidence-Based Hope with Your Clients

D06 The Montana Cardiovascular Disease and Diabetes Prevention Program

D06 Strengthening Diabetes Prevention and Self-Management Education Programs

D07 Strategies to Achieve Joint Commission Certificate of Distinction for Inpatient Diabetes Care

D08 Sugar Coating Oral Health: Things To Consider

D09 Diabetes Educators as the Leaders in Digital Health

D10 It's Time to “FITT” Exercise into DSME Through Effective Exercise Counseling

D11 What Will it Take Prevent or Delay Type 1 and Type 2 Diabetes? 

D12 Glycemic Challenges in Patients with Cancer and Diabetes

D13 What Do Diabetes Educators Need to Know About NAFLD and NASH?

D14 Hot Topics in Nutritive and Nonnutritive Sweeteners

D15 The Business of Diabetes America: Delivering Profitable Diabetes Care

D16 Obesity, Insulin Resistance, and Gut Microbiota

D17 Can a Mobile Technology Increase the Value and Effectiveness of Diabetes Education? 

D18 Healthy Eating for All: Use of Food Insecurity Screening Tools to Improve Diabetes Outcomes

SS01 A Beginner's Guide to Continuous Glucose Monioring

D19 How to Monetize Your Services and Market Your Skills

D20 The Art & Science of Safe and Effective Insulin Injections: What We Learned at the FITTER Congress in Rome Seley-Jornsay-Tomky

D21A Characteristics and Self-Management Behaviors of Individuals with Prediabetes

D21B Development of a Simplified Self-Reported “Diabetic-Behavior Scoreboard” as a Promising Assessment Tool to Key Diabetic Behavior

D22 Helping Clients Achieve Acceptance with Cognitive Behavior Therapy and a Spiritual Approach

D23 Diabetes Technology:  the Hype, the Hope, and the Harvest

D24 Drug Induced Dysglycemia - How Sweet It Is!

SS02 Optimizing Insulin Therapy Through Applied CGM

D25 Upsides and Downsides of SGLT2s

D26 Inpatient Strategies to Drive Hospital Systems Towards The Triple Aim Goals in Diabetes Care

D27 The National Diabetes Prevention Program and AADE's Diabetes Prevention Program Craver

D27 The National Diabetes Prevention Program and AADE's Diabetes Prevention Program Schoon

D28 Blue Pill, Pink Pill? How to Manage Sexual Dysfunction in Women with Diabetes

D29 Mastering the “Why?", “Whether To?" and “How?" of Successful Behavior Change in Diabetes Care

D30 Explore and Embrace the AADE Practice Competencies


M01 How to Hook People on Exercise and Keep Them Engaged

M02 Insulin Pump Therapy Management : The Collaborative Art and Science of Supporting an Adult “Pumper”

M03 “Moonlighting” In the Diabetes Arena: Creative Ways to Supplement Your Income

M04 Diabetes Wheel of Fortune: Help People Choose the Best Mobile Health Solutions for Them

M05 The Role of Community Health Workers in Improving Diabetes Outcomes

M06 Model for Delivering Patient Education in the Provider's Office Setting

M07 ’Please Don’t Cry!’ Effective Ways to Handle Emotions (Yours and Your Patients’)

M08 Money Matters in Medical Nutrition Therapy (MNT) & Diabetes Self-Management Training/Education (DSMT/E): Increase Your Insurance Reimbursement NOW!

M09 Using LEAN Problem Solving Methdology to Improve Diabetes Programs

M10 Make the Primary Care Connection with Health Coach Support, Care Coordination & Digital Health

M11 Simple Strategies for Promoting DSME and Retaining Participants: What Diabetes Educators Can Learn from Marketers

M12 Food Psychology: Why We Eat More than We Think

M13A Fingersticks and Fruit: Implications of Skin Preparation for Point of Care Glucose Testing

M13B Beyond Diabetes Self-Management Training: Mind-Body Skills Training in a Group Health Coaching Setting

M14 No Guts No Glory: Microbiota and Diabetes

M15 The Development and Implementation of A Diabetes Minor for Graduate Nursing Students at UCSF