ADCES is proud to bring you a new podcast for your personal and professional growth. The Huddle: Conversations with the Diabetes Care Team features perspectives, issues and updates to inform your practice and elevate your role. Each episode dives into a variety of topics that directly impact your work in diabetes, prediabetes and cardiometabolic care; from advocacy to technology to new ways to support your clients.
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Mila Ferrer and Mariana Gómez are two leaders in the international peer support community with 50+ years of combined experience. They join us to give us insight into their work at Beyond Type 1 en Español, Beyond Type 2 en Español and online peer support groups. You’ll hear about how they develop materials that serve over 20 Spanish-speaking countries, new resources available to you and your Spanish-speaking clients, and gather practical tips to leverage these peer support communities to inform your practice.
The new ADCES practice paper, Technology Disparities and Therapeutic Inertia: A Call to Action for the Diabetes Care and Education Specialist, highlights a major obstacle to timely therapy optimization and the solution diabetes technology devices offer. Practice paper co-author Janice Macleod, CDCES, FADCES, LD, LDN, MA, RDN, joins us to discuss the key points from the practice paper and some action steps the diabetes care team can take to begin address barriers in practice. Find the full paper in the September issue of ADCES in Practice.
- Share the barriers you identified and how you resolved them through the ADCES Technology Community of Interest: www.adcesconnect.org/technology-coi
- MacLeod, J., Scher, L., Greenwood, D., Isaacs, D., Albanese-O’Neill, A., O’Neill, M. S., Golden, L., & Scalzo, P. (2021). Technology Disparities and Therapeutic Inertia: A Call to Action for the Diabetes Care and Education Specialist. ADCES in Practice, 9(5), 34–41. https://doi.org/10.1177/2633559X211032227
- Utilizing A Technology Framework to Reduce Disparities and Therapeutic Inertia, from the ADCES blog: https://www.diabeteseducator.org/news/perspectives/aade-blog-details/adces-perspectives-on-diabetes-care/2021/09/28/utilizing-a-technology-framework-to-reduce-disparities-and-therapeutic-inertia.
Thank you to the practice paper authors Janice MacLeod, MA, RD, CDCES, FADCES, LaurieAnn Scher, MS, RD, CDCES, Deborah Greenwood, PhD, RN, BC-ADM, CDCES, FADCES, Diana Isaacs, BCPS, BC-ADM, BCACP, CDCES, FADCES, Anastasia Albanese-O’Neill, PhD, APRN, CDCES, Megan S. O’Neill, PA-C, CDCES, Lisa Golden, MA, ED, HD, CRC, CDCES, and Patty Scalzo, MSN, NP, RN, CDCES.
The increasing cost of diabetes has driven individuals to make difficult choices to afford their care. Michelle Litchman, PhD, FNP, FAANP and Julia Blanchette, PhD, RN, CDCES join us to share their latest research on the topic and what diabetes care and education specialists can do to support clients.