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  • Camping Time is Upon Us!

    By Carla Cox, PhD, RD, CDE, CSSD, FAADE, CPT | Jun 20, 2018

    School's out for summer and diabetes camps are in. Carla Cox shares her thoughts on how diabetes camps create valuable learning opportunities for both camp kids and counselors. If you haven't considered volunteering for one, you're likely to after reading this blog.

  • How to Help Men Stay on Top of their Diabetes Care

    By AADE | Jun 13, 2018

    Diabetes educator with male patient
    It's Men's Health Week, and this piece from guest blogger Timika Chambers covers how diabetes educators can engage their male clients with powerful questions regarding their plan for diabetes care.

  • Men’s Health Week: Stopping Type 2 Diabetes Before it Starts

    By AADE | Jun 12, 2018

    Truck Driver
    For this Men's Health Week post, we're focusing on truck drivers. Men in the profession are disproportionately affected by type 2 diabetes and we'd like you to help us get the word out about a free online program that can help reduce their risk for developing the disease.

  • New Gestational Diabetes Resources Are Here

    By AADE | Jun 11, 2018

    Nancy Drobycki, MSN, RN, CDE swore to one day help women with gestational diabetes receive the support they need from diabetes educators after her own diagnoses left her feeling overwhelmed and improperly supported. Read to find more info about the new gestational diabetes resources available through AADE.

  • A Novel Approach to Improving Access to DSME

    By AADE | Jun 06, 2018

    New technology could improve access to DSME
    Guest blogger Joanne Duncan-Carnesciali presents the key findings of her recent study, in which diabetes educators evaluated a new avatar-based technology for diabetes self-management education .


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