Join Us in Celebrating National Diabetes Education Week
November 6 – 12 is your time to shine! During National Diabetes Education Week (NDEW), we will be showcasing your passion as diabetes educators and highlighting all the good you do for those affected by diabetes. Read about how we're celebrating.
Health Observances and Trending Articles
Stay in the loop and check out this month's trending articles.
Share Your Knowledge at AADE17
The Annual Conference Planning Committee invites you to submit an education session proposal to be considered for presentation at AADE17, where more than 3,500 diabetes educators and other healthcare professionals are expected to gather next August.
You've Got Stories: We Want to Hear Them
Have a story to tell? Share your experiences with your fellow diabetes educators. AADE in Practice is looking for practice-focused articles – some short, others in-depth – that explore the heart and science of diabetes education.
Updates to The Value of Diabetes Education Evidence
Over the last several years, we have made it a priority to build a body of evidence demonstrating the value of diabetes educators and DSME in enhancing a variety of outcomes: clinical, financial, utilization, behavioral and satisfaction.
diaTribe: An informative Patient Resource
With the tagline, Making Sense of Diabetes, diaTribe is an online resource designed to keep your patients (and you) on the forefront of diabetes news and technology/medication advancements.
New Practice Guidelines on Continuous Glucose Monitoring and
Continuous Subcutaneous Insulin Infusion Therapy in Adults
New guidelines on Continuous Glucose Monitoring and Continuous Subcutaneous Insulin Infusion Therapy from the Endocrine Society were recently published in the Journal of Clinical Endocrinology and Metabolism. Take a look at the new guidelines and learn why they're important for diabetes educators.
Dive into Diabetes Education in Chicago
CORE Concepts® Course is taking over the Chicagoland area on Wednesday, November 2 through Friday, November 4. Earn 22 CE and leave with confidence in your knowledge of diabetes education.
Take Your Program to the Next Level in Newark
Now that you’re operating a diabetes education program, do you find yourself asking what else you can do to make your program stand out? Attend the Sustaining Your Diabetes Education Program on Friday, November 4 to find out what other services you can offer and bill for while developing the business skills to improve your ROI.
New DSMES Program Management Certificate Program Now Available
AADE now offers the DSMES Program Management Certificate Program (12.5 CE) to provide the business and program management skills needed to run all aspects of a successful program. Gain the business skills needed to market and grow your program, while effectively handling reimbursement.
New Online Courses Now Available
We've been hard at work to bring you new CE opportunities. Check out the latest additions to our online course catalog.
We Need Your Help: Volunteer to Review Continuing Education Activities
Enhance your professional development and help ensure the integrity of AADE educational programs by volunteering to be an AADE peer reviewer for 2017 live and self-study continuing education activities.
AADE's Industry Allies Council
The AADE Industry Allies Council (IAC) is a group of key industry partners who demonstrate strong commitment and support to the professional community of diabetes educators and the organizational goals and work of AADE. About 18 industry companies participate on the council each year, and a majority of these partners serve a global audience.
In a new effort to highlight members of the IAC and their partnership with AADE, we are launching IAC Spotlight. This will be a brief feature in the monthly eFYI newsletter to share how the various IAC partners work in conjunction with AADE to support diabetes education and diabetes educators.