The ADA and the AHA launch a long-term awareness and education initiative for the prevention of deaths due to cardiovascular complications in patients with T2D.
One clinic shares results after replacing magazines with tablets allowing patients to examine their risk of developing diabetes.
Guidelines on dietary sugar appear to be based on low-quality evidence.
Joan K. Bardsley, MBA, RN, CDE, describes a joint position statement regarding implementation of diabetes self-management education.
Clinicians may be able to help ease the problem of female sexual dysfunction by talking to patients and learning about new treatments.
Diabetes educators can help patients with obesity achieve long-term weight loss and prevent gaining it back.
The Holy Grail of health care is delivery of quality care at a reduced cost. But what exactly is quality care? How do we really know we are cutting costs?
Increasing awareness of and knowledge about genetic testing for type 2 diabetes can benefit diabetes educators.
Joan K. Bardsley, MBA, RN, CDE, FAADE, offers her perspective on the current state of health care and what needs to change.
Taking steps to increase the visibility and convenience of healthier foods may help people lose weight.
Identifying unhealthy sleep habits at routine visits may help patients with diabetes improve health outcomes.
Joan K. Bardsley, MBA, RN, CDE, discusses the theme of this year's annual meeting of the Association of Diabetes Educators.
The Conversation Map tools help incorporate guidelines to help clinicians individualize diabetes management.
Diabetes self-management education is an important aspect of diabetes care, and clinicians need to increase its use.
Focusing on what the patient does right is most beneficial in diabetes management.
AADE, ADA and AND released position statement on when a patient should be referred for diabetes self-management education.
A systematic review of evidence may help answer question of whether DSME benefits patients with diabetes.
Thoroughly instructing patients on CGM can help improve diabetes outcomes.
Strategies for modifying behaviors may help with weight management by enhancing motivation and accountability.
Certified diabetes educator pharmacists can play a greater role in helping patients with diabetes manage medications.
Diabetes educators in industry roles are uniquely poised to foster collaboration between industry and clinical practice.
Nutrition and lifestyle modifications form cornerstone of therapy.
Results highlight importance of addressing psychological issues, behavior change strategies and more.
Ann Albright, RD, PhD, of the CDC, discusses components of the National DPP.
About 33% of girls with type 1 diabetes have an eating disorder.
Popular technologies are ushering in new ways to help patients, clinicians manage diabetes.
Individualized education found to be beneficial for young CGM users.
Identifying foot problems early in diabetes can prevent serious and extensive complications.
Using technology to engage patients with diabetes is important in the changing landscape of health information.
Hypoglycemia is a serious problem for those with diabetes, and clinicians must educate their patients about the risks.
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