How are you spreading the word during National Diabetes Month? Blogger Karen Kemmis is giving two presentations, and will be wearing her blue circle lapel pin all week.
Chris Memering began her nursing career in oncology. After seeing a favorite patient for the last time during her maternity leave, she started looking for a new career path and found diabetes education. Read about how Chris developed lifelong friendships and career partnerships through her work in diabetes education.
Guest blogger, Katie Doyle, shares her experience making Every Way Possible, a documentary short that depicts how diabetes educators can deliver culturally-competent care to diverse populations. Every Way Possible was made possible in part with support from the AADE Education and Research Foundation.
Jasmine Gonzalvo, PharmD, BCPS, BC-ADM, CDE, LDE struggled through pharma0cy school, but after a rotation at a diabetes camp, she discovered her passion for working with people with diabetes. Learn a few nuggets of wisdom she's gained from her experiences.
Molly McElwee-Malloy was diagnosed with diabetes at the age of 20. Today, she's a CDE working to make diabetes technology better. Read how she found diabetes education and why it's changed her life.