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  • The Daily Distractions of Diabetes Educators

    By Barbara Walz, RN, BSN, CDE | Apr 26, 2018

    Daily distractions are all in a day
    In Barbara Walz's many years as a certified diabetes educator, she has become very familiar with the interruptions and challenges of work that sometimes encroach on the provider-patient relationship. In this piece, Barbara shares the guiding principles that keep her grounded and engaged at work.

  • Continuous Glucose Monitoring Technology – Wow!

    By Carla Cox, PhD, RD, CDE, CSSD, FAADE, CPT | Apr 23, 2018

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    Carla Cox knows how difficult it can be to keep up with emerging and changing diabetes technologies. In this post, Carla shares updates on 5 new continuous glucose monitoring (CGM) technologies you should know about.

  • Language, Culture and Simplicity

    By AADE | Apr 19, 2018

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    AADE member Lorena Drago shares her 3 key points for healthcare professionals to remember when speaking with people who have diabetes.

  • Progress and Collaboration in 2018

    By AADE | Apr 13, 2018

    AADE president Donna Ryan shares an update on all the activities AADE has done so far in 2018 (quite a few!). Read how we've used the expertise, compassion and patient-focused knowledge of AADE members to extend our impact and visibility.

  • Stop, Drop and Roll with the Diabetes–Planning for Emergencies

    By Molly McElwee-Malloy, RN, CDE | Apr 12, 2018

    Diabetes Planning
    Do you have an emergency plan for your diabetes management? The amount of people who don't won't surprise you, but it should scare you. Molly shares her thoughts on the questions every person with diabetes should be asked, or asking themselves, just in case.

 

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