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Event : AADE_CE_LV1


Session : AADE1101IND
W01- Best Practices in Presentation Skills: How to Market Your Practice
Best Practices in Presentation Skills: How to Market Your Practice
Conference : Individual Programs
Speaker(s) : Colin Maiorano, BS
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$50.00


  • This workshop is for presenters who want to take their presentation skills to the next level and want all of the “best practices” packaged into easy-to-implement tools and templates for immediate use. The tools in this workshop are neatly wrapped into a comprehensive system that provides solutions for the top challenges advanced presenters face. In this highly interactive workshop, you will apply mind-mapping techniques to organize your presentation and put into practice tools to increase clarity, engage your audience and project credibility. You will also learn how to simplify complex ideas into understandable concepts and motivate your audience to take action.


Session : AADE1102IND
W02- Medical Management of Diabetes after Gastric Bypass Surgery
Conference : Individual Programs
Speaker(s) : Walter J. Pories, MD, FACS
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$50.00


  • Type 2 diabetes is no longer a hopeless disease. To everyone’s surprise, the gastric bypass, an operation designed to cause weight loss, produces full, durable and safe remission of our nation’s most expensive disease, a chronic illness that is the biggest cause of blindness, amputations and liver failure and a major cause of heart disease and stroke. In addition, the operation also produces remission of hypertension, sleep apnea, cardiopulmonary failure, NASH, GERD and polycystic ovary disease with a 78% reduction in mortality. All these statements are true, but it is also true that the bariatric surgical patient is not returned to “normal” by their operations, but, instead, is confronted by new challenges which, although less dangerous, still very significant. This presentation will review the indications, outcomes and complications of surgery with an emphasis on the perioperative and long-term care, not only in terms of health but also in terms of family relationships.


Session : AADE1103IND
W03- Implementation of DSME using Shared Medical Appointments in Primary Care for Adults
Conference : Individual Programs
Speaker(s) : Iris Sanchez DNP, FNP, BC-ADM
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$50.00


  • Implementation of a diabetes self-management education (DSME) program in primary care is an innovative quality improvement (QI) health care delivery model with the potential to improve cost-effective patient care outcomes. The Chronic Care Model (CCM) and the Plan-Do-Check-Act (PDCA) rapid change cycle model have been used to implement Shared Medical Appointments (SMA) in a variety of settings to manage chronic diseases. The goal is to improve clinical outcomes, health status, and quality of life. Data are lacking regarding implementation of DSME programs in primary care settings. Time constraints, as well low reimbursement for DM education, are barriers to DSME delivery in primary care settings. Shared Medical Appointments are an innovative system redesign concept with the potential to provide comprehensive and coordinated care for patients with multiple and chronic health conditions while still being an efficient, effective, financial viable and sustainable program.


Session : AADE1104IND
W04- Practical Pramlintide: How to Make Effective Use of Symlin in Patient Management
Conference : Individual Programs
Speaker(s) : Gary Scheiner MS, CDE
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$50.00


  • Symlin (pramlintide acetate injection) was once considered one of the most exciting breakthroughs in the treatment of Type 1 diabetes since the discovery of insulin. Why, then, is it rarely being utilized? And why is the adherence rate so poor? Many clinians report that pramlintide produces significant benefits, but they and their patients struggle with the complexities of using it effectively in a clinical. This session aims to change all that by providing a practical process for incorporating pramlintide into treatment plans, SAFELY and EFFECTIVELY. Following a brief overview of the amylin hormone and patient selection criteria, attendees will benefit from the presenter's years of personal and professional experience in developing 'best practices' for the initiation and maintenance of pramlintide in patients utilizing intensive insulin therapy.


Session : AADE1105IND
W05- Reimbursement Essentials
Conference : Individual Programs
Speaker(s) : Patty Telgener RN, MBA
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$50.00


  • Attaining reimbursement for diabetes self-management training can be daunting. Understanding the requirements is critical to developing programs for the unmet needs of the 23.6 million patients with diabetes. This session will provide insight on navigating the maze of reimbursement by highlighting the essential components.


Session : AADE1106IND
W06- The Diabetes Online Community: What the Heck is Going On?
Conference : Individual Programs
Speaker(s) : David Edelman BA , Manny Hernandez M. Eng , Amy Tenderich MA , Hope Warshaw MMSc, RD, CDE, BC-ADM
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$50.00


  • The Diabetes Online Community: What the Heck Is Going On? will immerse attendees in an in-depth exploration of what their clients and their clients support teams (loved ones and caregivers) are/can access and become engaged with online. A panel of leading online diabetes community experts will introduce the diabetes social media landscape and explain how these resource can supplement diabetes education, help people gain and offer crucial emotional support for day-to-day challenges of diabetes care, and also become engaged as diabetes advocates and activists. Attendees will learn the basic nomenclature of online communication and the how-to's of participating online. This will be reinforced with ongoing live demonstration. Attendees will be shown assets of well-respected online sites and communities, and learn how to guide their clients to these. Lastly, they’ll be encouraged to connect online with their colleagues through the AADE online vehicles and beyond.


Session : AADE1107IND
W07- That's Entertainment: Putting Pizzazz in Your Presentations!
Conference : Individual Programs
Speaker(s) : Mechelle R. Coble MS RD LD CDE , Donna Heaverin RN, BSN , Janey Wendschlag RN, BSN
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$50.00


  • The Kentucky Diabetes and Control Program was thrilled to present at the 2010 American Association of Diabetes Educators' annual meeting on using different tools to make your presentations more active, engaging and fun. Since the meeting, our group has discussed even more adventurous ways to put pizzazz in your diabetes education sessions. Adults learn in both passive and active styles of entertainment. Let us share with you how comedy, electronics, skits/role playing, and movies/television can help you relate to your patients, engage your audiences, and give you more tools to use to customize each of your classes to fit your style and to meet the needs of your learners.


Session : AADE1108IND
W08- The National Diabetes Prevention Program
Conference : Individual Programs
Speaker(s) : Kris Ernst BSN, RN, CDE
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$50.00


  • Today an estimated 60 million persons have pre-diabetes, who without intervention will develop type 2 diabetes within the next 5 years. In persons with pre-diabetes HALF of new cases of type 2 diabetes can be avoided by structured lifestyle intervention programs. Although the idea of preventing type 2 diabetes has been articulated since the discovery of insulin, only in the past decade have clinical trials demonstrated that diabetes can be prevented or delayed. An economically sustainable system for diabetes prevention will require effective partnerships among the clinical sector, community-based lifestyle programs and third-party payers to ensure that limited resources for diabetes prevention are focused on persons at high risk of diabetes. This presentation will describe the infrastructure for a national training, recognition, and quality assurance program managed by the CDC, and outline the key elements and practical partnerships needed to ensure the success of a national diabetes prevention program.


Session : AADE1109IND
W09- Aging Well with Diabetes: Promoting Self Care for Older Adults with Diabetes
Conference : Individual Programs
Speaker(s) : Elizabeth L. Quintana , Elizabeth L. Quintana EdD, RD, LD, CDE
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$50.00


  • Persons age 60 years and above have the highest prevalence of diabetes. Diabetes educators must meet the challenges of educating and caring for increasing numbers of older adults with diabetes. Nutrition and health promotion strategies can improve function as well as reduce the risk of morbidity and premature death. Consideration of quality of life and lifestyle factors are important to diabetes educators providing diabetes education and care for older adults. Successful aging includes preserving function and maintaining independence, productivity, and personal fulfillment. Diabetes educators are in the unique position to promote self care among their older clients with diabetes. Ethnic and traditional foods offer healthful options. Physical activities can be modified and integrated in meal and exercise plans for seniors. Educational strategies and resources for educators and consumers will be highlighted.


Session : AADE1110IND
W10- Ancestral Diets for Modern-Day Native Americans: Reclaiming Health, Addressing Diabetes
Conference : Individual Programs
Speaker(s) : Lois Ellen Frank M.A., Ph.D. Candidate , Caroline B. Trapp MSN, APRN, BC-ADM, CDE
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$50.00


  • No group of people have been more disproportionally impacted by diabetes than Native Americans. Furthermore, the growing epidemic of Type 2 diabetes among children and teens has also hit especially hard, with Native American youth having the highest rates of Type 2 diabetes. A growing body of research has shown that a low-fat, plant-based diet has been effective at preventing and halting the progression of Type 2 diabetes, and this nutritional approach is similar to the ancestral diets of many Native American tribes, yet far from the current diet of most Native Americans. A pilot nutrition education program was developed between five organizations involving Native community leaders, diabetes educators and other health care providers with expertise in plant-based nutrition, and chefs with expertise in Native American ancestral foods. The program was implemented in Santa Fe, Albuquerque, and in Window Rock, AZ. Program outcomes, next steps and tools will be discussed.



     


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