Jennifer Clements provides a brief update of some of the most recently approved products for the management of diabetes, including Adlyxin, Soliqua 100/33, Xultophy 100/3.6 and Fiasp.
Our language can create a barrier to diabetes management or can enhance engagement in care. Carla Cox talks about the recently released language use paper and how educators can use language as a positive tool to help people with diabetes.
Do you know where your local Cooperative Extension office is? Guest blogger Pam Daniels explains how they help communities in a variety of ways, and how they can fit into diabetes education.
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.