Diabetes educators need to know the latest research in the field and be able to apply it.
AADE helps with both. We publish The Diabetes Educator, our peer-reviewed, indexed journal focusing on clinical practice and research, and AADE in Practice, which offers practical tools and strategies for applying that research and best practices. Every month, AADE members receive a copy of one or the other.
Here are some of the articles you will find in the May issue of AADE in Practice and June's The Diabetes Educator:
10 Tips to Help Patients Afford Their Medications, J. Meece
The Value of an ROI in Promoting Prevention: One Center’s Journey and Perspective, J. Troupe
It Takes a Village to Control Diabetes, S. Arevalo
Translating U-500R Randomized Clinical Trial Evidence to the Practice Setting: A Diabetes Educator/Expert Prescriber Team Approach, Bergen et al
Strategies for Sustained Weight Management: Perspectives From African American Patients With Type 2 Diabetes, Fitzpatrick et al
Food Insecurity and Depression Among Adults With Diabetes: Results From the National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey (NHANES), Montgomery et al
Do you have research to share or a story to tell? Consider submitting an article.
AADE in Practice: Diabetes educators are creative and resourceful. You dig deep to find ways to impact your patients, and we know the results can be miraculous! Share your stories with AADE in Practice so other diabetes educators can benefit from your insight, experiences, tools, joys and solutions. Opportunities range from feature-length articles to short practice pearls. Learn more about submitting an article to AADE in Practice.
The Diabetes Educator: A peer-reviewed, indexed journal, The Diabetes Educator publishes original research supporting the science and art of diabetes care and education. Feature articles include Original Research, Meta-analysis, Systematic Reviews, Integrative Reviews (not literature reviews) and Perspectives in Practice. The Tool Chest and Professional Development departments provide a forum for sharing innovative strategies. Learn more about submitting a manuscript to The Diabetes Educator journal.