Family illness has landed Barbara Walz in the waiting rooms of healthcare systems over the past few weeks. The experience has been an enlightening one, providing insight into how the ever-evolving arena of diabetes healthcare sometimes leaves people with diabetes in the dark.
In addition to covering the physiology of diabetes and diabetes self-management, diabetes educators also play a role as the go-to health professional for information about new technology that makes diabetes management “easier.” DANA is the new tool to make this role easier. Read more to learn about DANA.
Jennifer Clements won't be able to attend the AADE's annual conference this year, but she's excited for all the individuals and colleagues who will make it. Read the highlights all attendees should be getting excited about here.
Chris Memering knows diabetes educators have so much technology to keep up with, yet not enough time. Since July 16, she's been test driving AADE's answer to this problem: DANA (Diabetes Advance Network Access). Read her thoughts on this new technology institute here.
Molly McElwee-Malloy has over eight years of experience of volunteering for AADE. She didn't always have mastery of the skills needed for her tasks, but she had the time and the motivation to learn. Learn more about how you too can develop important skills for your career by volunteering your time.