Association of Diabetes Care & Education Specialists


ADCES The Art and Science of Diabetes Care and Education, 5th Edition


The Art and Science of Diabetes Care and Education, 5th Edition

The go-to reference for all things diabetes, covering everything from clinical guidelines to DSME program management and patient education.

ADCES Members save $50


Quick Guide to Medications-9th edition


Quick Guide to Medications, 9th Edition

A convenient pocket-size resource. Includes:

  • Current information for insulins, fixed-dose combinations and oral-glucose lowering agents
  • Storage guidelines for mixing insulins, prefilled syringes and pens

ADCES Members save $6​



Diabetes Education Curriculum: A Guide to Successful Self-Management, 2nd Edition

Your all-in-one guide to meet the varying needs
of your program participants. Includes instruction
plans, discussion questions, teaching and learning
tips, and advanced detail information

ADCES Members save $35

ADCES Education: Webinars

2020 ADA Standards of Medical Care in Diabetes: Review the newest updates to the American Diabetes Association's Standards of Medical Care in Diabetes from the diabetes care and education specialist's perspecitve.

CGM Data in Clinical Practice: Understand how to review and apply CGM data, generate discussion points, and facilitate treatment changes as these devices become more affordable and accessible
Free to ADCES Members

Contemporary Approaches to Managing Diabetes in Individuals with Cardiovascular Disease: Incorporate Cardiovascular Outcomes Trials (CVOTs) data and the importance of cardiovascular health into your teaching plans

Gestational Diabetes: New Evidence for Diagnosis and Management: Refresh your gestational diabetes knowledge with new recommendations to support women with GDM during and after pregnancy

Glycemic Management in People with High Cardiovascular Risk: Integrate the results of CVOTs into your daily practice and be able to identify those who are most likely to benefit from pharmacotherapy targeting cardiovascular risk reduction

Guidelines for Non-insulin Medication Management of Type 2 Diabetes: Review various case studies and understand how different blood glucose lowering agents fit into therapy

Immunization Education: Turning a No into a Yes: Arm yourself with strategies and published data to address participant resistance to getting the recommended vaccinations

Inhaled Insulin: What Diabetes Educators Need To Know: Understand the technical aspects of inhaled insulin, how to overcome any challenges with use, and how to identify people who might benefit from using it
Free to ADCES members

Medical Nutrition Therapy to Reduce Risk for and Manage Cardiovascular Disease: Individualize and apply medical nutrition therapy to manage or reduce the risk of cardiovascular disease in people with diabetes

Nutrition Facts Label Update: Identify the nutrition facts labeling changes implemented in January 2020, and how they impact your practice, your patients/clients and potential revisions to diabetes nutrition education tools. 

The Next Generation of CGM: How Flash Glucose Monitoring is Revolutionizing Diabetes Management: Utilize CGM reports to improve time in range, medication management and hypoglycemic reduction, and learn to identify those who could benefit from CGM
Free to ADCES members

Reducing Cardiovascular Risk in T2DM with SGLT2 Inhibitors and GLP1-Receptor Agonists: Translating Evidence into Patient Outcomes: Learn educator-driven strategies to optimize the appropriate use of pharmacological agents as part of type 2 diabetes and cardiovascular disease self-management
Free to ADCES members

Reducing Glycemic Variability in Type 1 Diabetes: An Example of Non-Insulin Treatment Options: Discover how newer non-insulin glucose-lowering agents can help prevent hyper- and hypoglycemia in people with type 1 diabetes
Free to ADCES members

Treatment After Metformin: Considerations for Therapy Selection: Identify appropriate treatment options for add-on therapy with Metformin for people with type 2 diabetes
Free to ADCES members