As the autumn harvest begins to stock shelves, Karen Kemmis is thinking about how to cultivate new diabetes educators. As with any fruitful harvest, one must first start with a seed.
Mentoring and leadership are crucial in helping future diabetes educators grow into the profession and leadership roles, says Molly McElwee-Malloy.
Not all Hispanic people are the same, says guest blogger Mila Ferrer. Understanding the groups within the Hispanic community is crucial to helping them manage their health care.
For Hispanic Heritage Month, guest blogger Sandra Arevalo shares five common misconceptions about Hispanic people with diabetes, and how to avoid them.
Jennifer Clements reviews the recently released AADE position statement on the role of diabetes educators in formulary and medical device decisions. Read and share the statement.