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  • 3 Ways to Improve Access to Vaccines for People with Diabetes in Your Practice

    By AADE | Oct 08, 2019

    Get your yearly vaccine check-up
    Clinical Pharmacist and Certified Diabetes Educator Marisa Rowen at El Rio Heath in Arizona shares the three steps she took to maximize promotion of vaccines and to increase access to immunizations for PWDs in her healthcare system.

  • Nurturing Self-Care in People with Diabetes

    By AADE | Sep 30, 2019

    Self-care is a term that is increasingly used by the media, in technology and even in your favorite TV shows. But what does it mean and how does it translate to how diabetes care and education specialists can work with a person affected by diabetes? It all goes back to person-centered care.

  • Oral Evaluation for Adults with Diabetes

    By AADE | Sep 19, 2019

    Oral Health and the Link with Diabetes
    Are you familiar with the relationship between diabetes and periodontal disease? In this blog post, Diptee Ohja of the American Dental Association briefly introduces the bidirectional relationship between the two and shares a resource you can use to asses the percentage of adults with diabetes in your practice who may need a referral to a comprehensive oral evaluation.

  • Practical Considerations for Loaner Continuous Blood Glucose Monitors

    By AADE | Sep 16, 2019

    Person with diabetes talking to a diabetes care and education specialist
    With continuous blood glucose monitoring (CGM) systems seen as increasingly effective tools, providers have started using loaner devices. These loaner devices allow providers to prescribe treatments that can be adjusted effectively without the individual having to make a full purchase of the CGM system.

  • Learning About My Diabetes

    By AADE | Sep 04, 2019

    Diabetes Planning
    AADE is proud to support our partner Children with Diabetes in their annual Friends for Life conference in Orlando. This year AADE awarded scholarships to two diabetes care and education specialists, as well as a family affected by diabetes. In this blog post, 14-year old scholarship recipient Richelleng shares her experience and learnings from this year's conference.

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