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Amy Campbell, RD, CDE

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My name is Amy Campbell and I am a dietitian and certified diabetes educator. I currently work in public health in Lexington, Kentucky. I have been working in diabetes for over 7 years.

Kentucky has a strong network of diabetes educators and I work closely with the Kentucky Diabetes Prevention and Control Program and Kentucky Diabetes Network to develop programs for people with or at risk for diabetes at a state level.

For my local AADE chapter, the Kentucky Association of Diabetes Educators (KADE), I worked with web developers to create a highly functional website for our members. I enjoy seeing how technology can benefit both diabetes professionals and patients.

Diabetes is such an interesting field because self-management plays a major role in good blood sugar control. It is really neat when a patient comes back and is excited to share with me how exercising lowers their blood sugar. Those "aha" moments in diabetes education are what make what I do so enjoyable.


Recent Posts:

  • Updates on Taking and Monitoring Medication

    By Amy Campbell, RD, CDE | Aug 03, 2012

    AADE blogger Amy Campbell discusses the AADE12 virtual meeting session on taking and monitoring medication

  • The Raw Milk Debate

    By Amy Campbell, RD, CDE | Jul 11, 2012

    AADE blogger Amy Campbell discusses both sides of the raw milk debate

  • Is there really a difference between needle sizes?

    By Amy Campbell, RD, CDE | Jun 06, 2012

    AADE blogger Amy Campbell reacts to Mayo Clinic Diabetes blog on needle size.

  • Ask for Appreciation!

    By Amy Campbell, RD, CDE | Apr 26, 2012

    AADE Blogger Amy Campbell asks, "When was the last time you asked for appreciation from your patients?" While most of us have difficulty doing this, it's real stories that can help to demonstrate your effectiveness to the financial decision-makers. Amy shares how she decided to "throw it out there" and the positive results it had for her and also for her patient!

  • Are your patients on the alert for Medicare fraud?

    By Amy Campbell, RD, CDE | Mar 23, 2012

    OIG has issued an alert to the increase in scam artists targeting Medicare patients with diabetes. We can help our patients prevent this from happening to them!

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