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  • What the Friends for Life Conference Taught Me About Language And Other Highlights

    By ADCES Perspectives on Diabetes Care | Aug 20, 2019

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    AADE Foundation scholarship recipient Suzanne Sheres shares her key learnings from Children with Diabetes' 2019 Friends for Life Conference in Orlando, including the use of language in diabetes care and education.

  • Changing My Outlook to Diabetes Care Through the Friends for Life Conference

    By ADCES Perspectives on Diabetes Care | Aug 14, 2019

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    AADE Foundation scholarship recipient Matthew J. Naliborski shares his key learnings from Children with Diabetes' 2019 Friends for Life Conference in Orlando. Highlights include the use of language in diabetes care and education, and shared decision making between providers and people with diabetes.

  • Take Action During the August Congressional Recess

    By ADCES Perspectives on Diabetes Care | Aug 05, 2019

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    Members of the US House of Representatives and the US Senate have left Washington, DC for their home districts for the month of August. This presents a unique opportunity for advocates to connect with their legislators while they are at home.

  • diabeEducating the Public on Diabetes Self-Management

    By ADCES Perspectives on Diabetes Care | Jul 17, 2019

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    Recently, a journalist made an insensitive comment about people managing their diabetes in public which angered many. Guest blogger Suzanne Lohnes share her response as both a diabetes educator and a person with diabetes who has often had to manage her diabetes in public.

  • ADA Time in Range Guidelines: What They Are, Their Importance and How This Affects Diabetes Educators

    By ADCES Perspectives on Diabetes Care | Jul 11, 2019

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    In June 2019, the American Diabetes Association published its first recommendations for time-in-range targets when using continuous glucose monitoring in research and practice. he recommendations were developed by an international panel of 43 physicians, researchers, and individuals with diabetes who are experts in CGM technologies and diabetes research and care in order to provide guidance for clinicians, researchers, and individuals with diabetes to utilize, interpret and report CGM data in routine clinical care and research.

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