Association of Diabetes Care & Education Specialists


AADE17 Presentation Slides

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GS01 Knowing What to Eat, Refusing to Swallow It

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F01 Dialysis and Transplant for Diabetes Educators

F02 Strategies to Get Action and Commitment from Your Toughest Patients

F03 Intuitive Eating: Helping Patients Make Peace with Food

F04 Sharing Evidence-Based Hope

F05 An Educator’s Use of Outpatient Insulin Dosing Decision Support Software

F06 Connected Health and Digital Connections: A Look into the Future

F07 Diabetic Eye Disease: Preventing Blindness and the Role of the Diabetes Educator

F08 Beyond Metformin: Practical Tips for Drug Selection in Patients with Type 2 Diabetes

F09 Diabetes Educators: Driving Public Health Through DSMES and DPP–The Montana Experience


F10 Diagnosis or Death: How to Prevent the Missed Diagnosis of Diabetes

F11 The Power of “Me Too”: An Analysis of Peer Health in the Diabetes Online Community

F12 Shedding Pounds with Pharmacologic Agents for Obesity in Patients with Diabetes: Is It Worth It?

F13 What to Do About Rejected Medication and Reimbursement Claims

F14 The National Diabetes Prevention Program (DPP) and the AADE DPP Model

F15 Global Diabetes Education Perspectives: Similarities, Differences and Opportunities

F16 Reducing Hypoglycemia Risk

F17 Hot Topics in Nutrition Management and Dietary Patterns Across the Diabetes Spectrum:Translating Research into Practice

F18 Anatomy of a Recipe: Creating Professionally-Crafted Recipes That Resonate!

F19 Surgical Limb Salvage: Proven Methods to Improve Quality of Life for People with Diabetes

F20 How Weight Bias Stands in the Way of Addressing Childhood Obesity

F21 Proof that Diabetes Educators Do It Better:Supporting Persons with Diabetes

F22 Hyperglycemia/Hypoglycemia and Glycemic Variability in the Hospital

F23 CGM Review of FDA Guidance on Cardiovascular Outcomes for Diabetes Medication Trials and Application to Clinical Management

F24 All Are Not the Same: Dietary Variations Among Hispanics and Latinos with Diabetes

F25 Using the AACE Algorithm to Get to Goal with Combination Therapy

F26 Addressing the Psychosocial Needs of Patients During Diabetes Education

F27A Program Active II: A Comparative Effectiveness Trial to Treat Major Depression in T2DM

F27B Motivational Interviewing (MI) for Diabetes Medication Adherence: Development
of Structured MI Conversation Tools for Addressing Adherence Challenges

F28 The Revised 2017 National Standards for Diabetes Self-Management Education and

F29 Food Insecurity and Diabetes Management

F30 Leveraging Diabetes and Digital Technology to Develop Pro Cyclists with Diabetes and Eliminate Diabetes Stigma

F31 Becoming a Certified Diabetes Educator: Facts, Common Myths and Exciting News

SS01 Diabetes and ED: Your Role in Helping Couples Cope - Candid Conversations with Couples Who Have Conquered ED


GS02 Why Negativity Sticks and What to Do about It

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S01 Oral Health and Diabetes Management: Pathways to Success

S02 Diabetes Technology in the Wild: What Matters to Patients and How to Keep Up

S03 A Novel Strategy for the Management of Inpatient Hyperglycemia in Patients with Type 2 Diabetes

S04 Beating the Boredom: Using Different Teaching Techniques

S05 The Diabetic Ear: Collaboration of the Audiologist and Diabetes Educator

S06 Walking Down the OTC Aisle: Self-Care for Patients with Diabetes

S07 Student Centered Care: 21st Century School Nursing Practice

S08 Finding New Ways to Deliver DSMES to Cut Through the Clutter

S10 Screening for Diabetes Distress and Depression:What Should the Diabetes Educator Do?

S11 Evaluation of CDC Investments to Increase DSMES Access and Utilization: Lessons Learned from Work with State Health Departments, the American Association of Diabetes Educators, and the American Diabetes Association

S12 The Algorithm for DSMES Referrals: A Toolkit Made for Diabetes Educators to Share Critical Referral Times Locally and Nationally

S13 Zebras in the Herd - The Less Common Types of Diabetes

S14 The Use of Continuous Glucose Monitoring with Multiple Daily Injections of Insulin in T1D and T2D: The DIAMOND Study

S15 How Are Diabetes Educators Revitalizing DSMES Programs Before They Close?

S16 The Changing Marketplace: The Nutrition Facts Label, Evolving Consumer Values, and Putting Sugars in Context

S17 OpenAPS and DIY Diabetes

S18 Updates on GDM: New Insights on Nutrition and Future Risks to Mom and Baby

S19 Technology Works Best When It Is Accurate

S20 Transitioning the Patient from Hospital to Home: It’s Complicated

S21 Seniors with Diabetes: Why Are They Different?

S22 Money Matters in Medical Nutritional Therapy (MNT) and Diabetes Self-Management Education (DSME):Increase Your Insurance Reimbursement

S23 How to Hook People on Exercise and Keep Them Engaged

S24 Effective Nutrition Counseling for Diabetes: Cutting Through the Controversies and Discovering the Evidence

S25 Healthy Baby, Healthy Mom: Lessons Learned from a Nutrition and Diabetes Expert with Type 1 Diabetes

S26 An In-Depth Look at Metformin: Potential New Uses for an Old Drug

S27 Seeking Answers to the Burning Questions: Research in Diabetes Education

S28 Improving Employee Health: Developing an Employer-Endorsed Program for Employees with Diabetes

S29 Sugar-Coating Oral Health: Things You May Want to Consider

S30 Why Not Make It Plain? Incorporating Plain Language Strategies in Diabetes Education

S31 Maintaining Your Certified Diabetes Educator Credential: Remind Me Again - How Do I Renew?


GS03 Let’s Get Digital

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D01 Mental Health, Diabetes, and the Need to See Beyond A1C

D02 The New Concentrated Insulins: Is U-500 Insulin Becoming a Dinosaur?

D03 Transitions in Care: The Female Patient Throughout the Lifecycle

D04 Metabolic Surgery: Therapeutic Outcomes and the Role of Continuous Glucose Monitoring in the Management of Hypoglycemia

D05 New Models of Care: Diabetes and the Triple Aim

D06 Population Health Diabetes Education: Leveraging Digital Health and Patient Generated Health Data (PGHD)

D07 Diabetes Outcomes Beyond A1C: Time in Range and Beyond

D09 Medication De-Prescribing in Patients with Diabetes After Implementing Lifestyle Changes

D10 May the Force Be with You: Super-Creative Diabetes Self-Management Education Program Community Marketing Activities

D11 Insulin Omission and Diabulimia: A Focus on Therapeutic Approaches 

D12 Success Beyond A1C: How Social Support Networks Help Improve Diabetes Outcomes

D13 Precision Medicine in the Prevention of Type 2 Diabetes

D14 Leveraging Diabetes Education and Disease Management Programs to Meet the Needs of Patients and a Changing Healthcare Industry

D15A Non-FDA Approved Activity Related to RT-CGM Use Identified Through Photo Surviellance

D15B Lived Experiences of Longevity of Type 1 Diabetes

D16 How Can Diabetes Educators Harness the Potential of Digital Health?

D17 Perioperative ‘Sweet’ Success 

D18 Why Words Matter in Diabetes Education

D19 Making Sense of Glucose Data - Meters and CGM

D20 Educating the ‘Difficult’ Patient

D21 Empowering Young Adults with Diabetes into Independence: Resources for off to College and Beyond

D22 The Classification of Diabetes Mellitus

D23 DAWN2 and Ethnicity: What Do Diabetes Educators Need to Know

D24 What Skills Do I Use? A Sense Making Approach to Motivational Interviewing

D25 Different Generations, Different Strategies: A Workshop in Customizing DSMES

D26 Real World Experience with the Hybrid Closed-Loop Insulin Delivery System

D27 Blindness and Vision Impairment: A Common Yet Overlooked Complication of Diabetes

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D28 Lessons Learned on the Journey to Standardizing Inpatient Diabetes Care and Maintaining It

D29 Intensifying Insulin Therapy with GLP-1 Receptor Agonists

D30 Sugar Surfing’ or Dynamic Diabetes Management

D31 Board Certified-Advanced Diabetes Management (BC-ADM)



M01 Interprofessional Collaboration: Can Physical Therapists Be Part of the Diabetes Management Team?

M02 Current and Future Community Diabetes Self-Management Models

M03 Mode Matters: Matching Patient Goals with the Appropriate Exercise Regimen to Improve Diabetes Related Health Outcomes

M04 Cardiovascular Risk Management in Diabetes Mellitus

M05 Vital DSM Technology Acquisition; Policy vs. Need: Obtaining Coverage for and Using CGM Technology in Infants and Very Young Children

M06 Certified Diabetes Educators (CDE) Force Multiplier: How Inpatient Diabetes Educators Can Have Maximum Impact with Scarce Resources

M07A CDE Pharmacists in the United States

M07B Association Between Lifestyle Coach Training and Retaining Participants in CDC-recognized Lifestyle Change Programs for the Prevention of Type 2 Diabetes: A Mixed-Methods Analysis

M08 Insulin Dosing for Fat and Protein

M09 Self-Monitoring of Blood Glucose for Older Adults: Hazards and Strategies

M10 Medical Nutrition Therapy for Cancer and Diabetes: How Can Nutrition Reduce Cancer Risk for Persons with Diabetes? How Do You Nutritionally Manage the Dual
Diagnosis of Cancer & Diabetes?

M11 Medical Home Collaborative Care Can Work:The Community Volunteer in Medicine (CVIM-PA) Experience

M12 Hypoglycemia Safety Initiative: Choosing Wisely; for the Wise Diabetes Educator

M13 Advocacting for the Future of Diabetes Education

M14 Gut Check: The Microbiota’s Role in Obesity and Diabetes

M15 Culinary Medicine: Principals and Practices