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This week, Barbara Walz blogs about how the role of a diabetes educator goes beyond helping patients regulate their blood sugar. 

She encourages educators to think about using a more holistic approach when working with people with diabetes. 

Read her post here: http://ow.ly/I2hMi
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In previous posts, AADE guest blogger Katie Doyle has educated us on what it's like to be a world traveler with type 1 diabetes. 

This week, we took a virtual journey with her to Finland, as she learned about international diabetes education.

Read her post here: http://ow.ly/I2hMi
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A pregnant woman with diabetes will most likely find that maintaining a steady BG is difficult.

In this week's blog post, AADE blogger Carla Cox explores the crucial role played by diabetes educators when working with pregnant patients.

Read her post here: http://ow.ly/I2hMi
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Would like to talk to someone about their experiences about their diabetes. Your perspective matters and would appreciate a time to talk. email me pottanat.george@gmail.com for more information!
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In this week's post, AADE blogger Barbara Walz provides readers with a summation of important recent activity in the world of diabetes care.
Read her findings here: http://ow.ly/HF8Mf
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Hi +Susan Lueck, you can learn more about the CDE exam here: http://www.ncbde.org/
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We surveyed some of our members and asked them to sum up AADE in one word. See what they came up with! 
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In this week's post, blogger Karen Kemmis prepares for AADE's 2015 Leadership Forum in Chicago, and reflects on the many benefits of being involved as a member.

Read her post here: http://ow.ly/FfGI1
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Being snowed in made AADE blogger Amy Campbell think about emergency preparedness for people with diabetes. 

Read her tips here: http://ow.ly/I2hMi
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In this week's blog post, AADE blogger Karen Kemmis reminds diabetes educators of their responsibility of spreading the word on the importance of PWD receiving diabetes education. 

Read it here: http://ow.ly/I2hMi
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This week, AADE blogger Jennifer Clements provides a brief review of the European Association for the Study of Diabetes' position statement about the management of hyperglycemia.

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This week, we bring you another guest blog post from Katie Doyle, a world traveler with type 1 diabetes.
In this week's post, she details some experiences that she's had with checking her BG meter while traveling.
Read more here: http://ow.ly/HM3GG
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In this week's post, AADE blogger Amy Campbell explores the connection between working night shifts and the probability of developing diabetes.
Read her tips for action here: http://ow.ly/HkNzo
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Have them in circles
167 people
Aparna Kakade's profile photo
Jeri Greenfield's profile photo
Diana Echenique's profile photo
Peggy Hoffman's profile photo
Carole Slater's profile photo
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Diabetes Fit For Life's profile photo
The College Diabetes Network's profile photo
Deborah Dillon's profile photo
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800-338-3633
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200 W Madison St Suite 800 Chicago, IL 60606
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Empowering healthcare professionals with the knowledge and skills to deliver exceptional diabetes education, management and support.
Introduction
Founded in 1973, AADE is a multi-disciplinary professional membership organization dedicated to improving diabetes care through education. With more than 13,000 professional members including nurses, dietitians, pharmacists, and others, AADE has a vast network of practitioners involved in the daily treatment of diabetes patients.