AADE


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AADE

American Association of Diabetes Educators.
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The scale of AADE 2010 is more robust than what we have done in the past at Charleston," Colonel Richardson said.
Molly Nadler, AADE Executive Director, 1-800-621-8099 or 1-312-440-7464.
14) These findings conflict with ADA and AADE recommendations regarding diabetes care at school.
Conversely, AADE argues that, in reality, all treatment provided during the licensure exam is meticulously reviewed by trained examiners who assure that the treatments proposed are necessary and address definitive patient needs.
As the recipient of the AADE Award for 2011, Kathleen Gold will receive a grant from dLife to further develop her project, DiabetesLocal.
The AADE issued injection technique strategies that encourage the use of the smallest possible needle for improved patient comfort and insulin efficacy.
Self-Care Behaviors Diabetes Patients Want to Learn Reducing risks 49% Being active 46% Healthy coping skills 44% Monitoring 39% Taking medications 34% Note: Based on a 178-patient review of AADE assessment measures.
An Institute of Medicine study recommended that the American Association of Dental Schools (AADS) work closely with the AADE and state and regional boards to resolve licensure issues of validity and reliability in dental licensure examinations.
Ed Griffin's case study can be used as an example of how nurses can provide the AADE survival skills for a safe transition from hospital to home.
AADE asserts that the move will ensure the delivery of high-quality diabetes education and that it should be replicated by other states.
We need to increase the number of diabetes educators, and we also need to be flexible in our roles," AADE President Donna Tomky, NP, CDE, said in an interview at the meeting.
STRONG: In addition to retailers and manufacturers, a lot of groups have resources to contribute, including the ADA [American Diabetes Association], the AADE [American Association of Diabetes Educators], CWD [Children With Diabetes] and dLife, as well as consumer organizations and managed care plans.