American Association of Diabetes Educators Annual Meeting

The latest news from the AADE Annual Meeting, with perspective, interviews and clinician insight on the latest trends in diabetes education.

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In a changing health care landscape, diabetes educators hold unique advantage

August 17, 2018
BALTIMORE — A changing health care climate that emphasizes value and the prevention of complications over procedure-based care is creating new…
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At AADE 2018, ‘passion into action’ theme puts spotlight on diabetes educators

August 16, 2018
Turning “passion into action” is the theme for this year’s American Association of Diabetes Educators annual meeting, and…
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In transition from hospital to home, diabetes educators can take the lead

August 8, 2017
INDIANAPOLIS — Patients with diabetes seeking acute medical care today are sicker, frailer and have more complex medical conditions and…
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For patients with diabetes, consider ‘deprescribing’ to improve outcomes

August 7, 2017
INDIANAPOLIS — A provider considering prescribing or recommending a new medication for a patient with prediabetes or diabetes should also…
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VIDEO: AADE addressing place of diabetes educators in changing health care landscape

August 7, 2017
INDIANAPOLIS — In this video exclusive, Endocrine Today Diabetes in Real Life columnist Susan Weiner, MS, RDN, CDE, CDN, talks with AADE…
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Growing digital toolbox will elevate diabetes educator role

August 7, 2017
INDIANAPOLIS — A wealth of growing digital applications and products are rapidly changing the diabetes care landscape, and diabetes educators…
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VIDEO: ADA to increase focus on older adults with diabetes

August 6, 2017
INDIANAPOLIS — In this video exclusive, Endocrine Today Diabetes in Real Life columnist Susan Weiner, MS, RDN, CDE, CDN, talks with American…
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Simple steps can improve experience, avoid frustrations with CGM

August 6, 2017
INDIANAPOLIS — Continuous glucose monitoring has evolved to allow for an increasingly improved experience for the patient with diabetes, and…
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Glass half empty patient? New language, reframing can change ‘sticky’ negative thoughts

August 6, 2017
INDIANAPOLIS — The human mind often gravitates toward negative information and holds onto it, making it difficult for patients focus on…

For patients with diabetes, not all over-the-counter drugs are safe

August 6, 2017
INDIANAPOLIS — The idea that any medication available without a prescription is safe to take can be a dangerous one for those with diabetes…