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Strategies to Integrate Clinical and Self-Management in Diabetes Care at ADCES22

Jun 13, 2022

By Carol Rasmussen MSN, FNP-C, CDCES, FADCESCarol_Rasmussen_headshot

Are you looking for tips and strategies to effectively provide care to diverse populations ranging in age, culture and care settings?  Are you interested in ways to incorporate other care team members to support people with diabetes and their caregivers? This August, ADCES22 will be full of education and knowledge-sharing opportunities to help you integrate clinical and self-managed diabetes care while utilizing interprofessional teams to improve outcomes and decrease provider burnout.

The session topics include:

  • Type 1 and type 2 school-aged kids: working with the school system and families
  • Young children and families
  • Older adults
  • Cancer in diabetes
  • Hearing loss and falls
  • Musculoskeletal issues
  • Working with healthcare systems and primary care

Diabetes care and education specialists are positioned to utilize evidence to individualize care plans for all people with diabetes over the lifespan.

Register today for ADCSE22 in Baltimore. Can't wait to see you there!

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The Association of Diabetes Care & Education Specialists Perspectives on Diabetes Care covers diabetes, prediabetes and other cardiometabolic conditions. Not all views expressed reflect the official position of the Association of Diabetes Care & Education Specialists.

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