Watching the progress of technology that enhances the management of diabetes has been amazing over the decades. Here are some diabetes technology highlights from 2018.
Burnout can lead to poor outcomes, inadequate relationships with our clients and individual dissatisfaction. As we approach the new year, it is time to be mindful about burnout. Learn about seven strategies for starting off fresh in 2019.
It’s that time of year again, when we take a moment to reflect on what 2018 has meant to us and all the wonderful people who were a part of it. For me, 2018 was stellar and one of the reasons why is that I got to see DANA launched.
As more diabetes educators are encouraged to do research, or are finding it of interest, it is important that we think about the purpose of research. It is also critical that we understand the steps of doing research so that the results are valid and can be shared with the wider community.
Vein disease is a progressive disease with a slow onset that can often remain undiagnosed. Many of us have seen varicose veins, but deeper varicose veins which are buried under tissue often go undetected by many. Learn more about the vein disease and how to prevent it in people with diabetes.