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Association of Diabetes Care & Education Specialists


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Perspectives on Diabetes Care

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  • Smart Watches and Fitness Trackers: 5 Lessons Learned to Help People with Diabetes Be More Active

    Sep 07, 2021
    Fitness trackers and smart watches can be effective tools in improving physical activity. Given the constant changes in devices and technology tools, staying up to date can be a very daunting task. Vivian N. Ayuk, PharmD, CDCES shares five diabetes tech lessons learned that have helped shape her organization's policies and conversations around technology use.
  • A Look Inside the FDA’s Review Processes for Medical Devices

    Aug 30, 2021
    Read on for a quick tutorial on how the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) classifies, reviews and allows any and all medical devices to enter the U.S. marketplace. Plus, catch up on how FDA has recently opened the door to integrated and interoperable diabetes devices.
  • Employing a New Taxonomy for Technology-Enabled Care

    Aug 26, 2021
    Technology-enabled tools are evolving and advancing. Evidence continues to support the use of these kinds of interventions to enable personalized diabetes self-management education and support (DSMES) services. A recently published paper has created a new technology-enabled self-management taxonomy that standardizes the description of technology-enabled interventions as well as helps to ensure future research applies the taxonomy to allow for evaluation and replication. Learn more about this new taxonomy here.


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ADCES Connect is designed to help members learn more about what's going on at the local and state levels, and in the industry. State Coordinating Bodies (CBs), Local Networking Groups (LNGs), and Communities of Interest (COIs) all utilize this community platform to create better member access for peer-to-peer professional development.

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