Question of the Week – March 5th, 2019

According to the National Credentialing Board for Diabetes Educators, (NCBDE) the CDE® Exam Content Outline will be updated starting July 1st, 2019.

To celebrate this update, we will be basing our 2019 Questions of the Week on this content outline. (See a snippet of the NCBDE content outline to the left or click on it to see the complete outline.)

Question of the Week – March 5th, 2019

These targeted questions are designed to help assess your knowledge on the topics critical to diabetes educators.

In addition, if you are preparing to take the exam, we strongly encourage you to go through each of these sub-categories and rate your knowledge on a scale of 1-5.  Based on this self-assessment, spend the majority of your study time on the topic areas you are least comfortable with. This approach will help you become familiar with the exam content and to use your limited study time wisely.

Assessment of the Diabetes Continuum – Learning  

For this question in this series, we focus on the Assessment Section, under learning. Here is the question that addresses learning goals and needs of the learner. Good luck!


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According to the National Credentialing Board for Diabetes Educators, (NCBDE) the CDE® Exam Content Outline will be updated starting July 1st, 2019.

To celebrate this update, we will be basing our 2019 Questions of the Week on this content outline. (See a snippet of the NCBDE content outline to the left or click on it to see the complete outline.)

Question of the Week – February 26th, 2019

These targeted questions are designed to help assess your knowledge on the topics critical to diabetes educators.

In addition, if you are preparing to take the exam, we strongly encourage you to go through each of these sub-categories and rate your knowledge on a scale of 1-5.  Based on this self-assessment, spend the majority of your study time on the topic areas you are least comfortable with. This approach will help you become familiar with the exam content and to use your limited study time wisely.

Assessment of the Diabetes Continuum – Learning  

For this question in this series, we focus on the Assessment Section, under learning. Here is the question that addresses learning goals and needs of the learner. Good luck!


Sign up for Diabetes Blog Bytes – we post one daily Blog Byte from Monday to Friday. And of course, Tuesday is our Question of the Week. It’s Informative and FREE!  Sign up below!

According to the National Credentialing Board for Diabetes Educators, (NCBDE) the CDE® Exam Content Outline will be updated starting July 1st, 2019.

To celebrate this update, we will be basing our 2019 Questions of the Week on this content outline. (See a snippet of the NCBDE content outline to the left or click on it to see the complete outline.)

Question of the Week – February 19th, 2019

These targeted questions are designed to help assess your knowledge on the topics critical to diabetes educators.

In addition, if you are preparing to take the exam, we strongly encourage you to go through each of these sub-categories and rate your knowledge on a scale of 1-5.  Based on this self-assessment, spend the majority of your study time on the topic areas you are least comfortable with. This approach will help you become familiar with the exam content and to use your limited study time wisely.

Assessment of the Diabetes Continuum – Learning  

For this question in this series, we focus on the Assessment Section, under learning. Here is the question that addresses learning goals and needs of the learner. Good luck!


Sign up for Diabetes Blog Bytes – we post one daily Blog Byte from Monday to Friday. And of course, Tuesday is our Question of the Week. It’s Informative and FREE!  Sign up below!

According to the National Credentialing Board for Diabetes Educators, (NCBDE) the CDE® Exam Content Outline will be updated starting July 1st, 2019.

To celebrate this update, we will be basing our 2019 Questions of the Week on this content outline. (See a snippet of the NCBDE content outline to the left or click on it to see the complete outline.)

Question of the Week – February 12th, 2019

These targeted questions are designed to help assess your knowledge on the topics critical to diabetes educators.

In addition, if you are preparing to take the exam, we strongly encourage you to go through each of these sub-categories and rate your knowledge on a scale of 1-5.  Based on this self-assessment, spend the majority of your study time on the topic areas you are least comfortable with. This approach will help you become familiar with the exam content and to use your limited study time wisely.

Assessment of the Diabetes Continuum – Learning  

For this question in this series, we focus on the Assessment Section, under learning. Here is the question that addresses learning goals and needs of the learner. Good luck!


Sign up for Diabetes Blog Bytes – we post one daily Blog Byte from Monday to Friday. And of course, Tuesday is our Question of the Week. It’s Informative and FREE!  Sign up below!

According to the National Credentialing Board for Diabetes Educators, (NCBDE) the  CDE® Exam Content Outline will be updated starting July 1st, 2019.

To celebrate this update, we will be basing our 2019 Questions of the Week on this content outline. (See a snippet of the NCBDE content outline to the left or click on it to see the complete outline.)

Question of the Week – February 5th, 2019

These targeted questions are designed to help assess your knowledge on the topics critical to diabetes educators.

In addition, if you are preparing to take the exam, we strongly encourage you to go through each of these sub-categories and rate your knowledge on a scale of 1-5.  Based on this self-assessment, spend the majority of your study time on the topic areas you are least comfortable with. This approach will help you become familiar with the exam content and to use your limited study time wisely.

Assessment of the Diabetes Continuum – Learning  

For this question in this series, we focus on the Assessment Section, under learning. Here is the question that addresses learning goals and needs of the learner. Good luck!


Sign up for Diabetes Blog Bytes – we post one daily Blog Byte from Monday to Friday. And of course, Tuesday is our Question of the Week. It’s Informative and FREE!  Sign up below!

According to the National Credentialing Board for Diabetes Educators, (NCBDE) the  CDE® Exam Content Outline will be updated starting July 1st, 2019.

To celebrate this update, we will be basing our 2019 Questions of the Week on this content outline. (See a snippet of the NCBDE content outline to the left or click on it to see the complete outline.)

Question of the Week – January 29th, 2019

These targeted questions are designed to help assess your knowledge on the topics critical to diabetes educators.

In addition, if you are preparing to take the exam, we strongly encourage you to go through each of these sub-categories and rate your knowledge on a scale of 1-5.  Based on this self-assessment, spend the majority of your study time on the topic areas you are least comfortable with. This approach will help you become familiar with the exam content and to use your limited study time wisely.

Assessment of the Diabetes Continuum – Learning  

For this question in this series, we focus on the Assessment Section, under learning. Here is the question that addresses learning goals and needs of the learner. Good luck!

To learn more about exam success, please join us live or watch now Free Preparing for CDE® Webinar airing on Feb 1st, 2019.


Sign up for Diabetes Blog Bytes – we post one daily Blog Byte from Monday to Friday. And of course, Tuesday is our Question of the Week. It’s Informative and FREE!  Sign up below!

According to the National Credentialing Board for Diabetes Educators, (NCBDE) the  CDE® Exam Content Outline will be updated starting July 1st, 2019.

To celebrate this update, we will be basing our 2019 Questions of the Week on this content outline. (See a snippet of the NCBDE content outline to the left or click on it to see the complete outline.)

Question of the Week – January 22nd, 2019

These targeted questions are designed to help assess your knowledge on the topics critical to diabetes educators.

In addition, if you are preparing to take the exam, we strongly encourage you to go through each of these sub-categories and rate your knowledge on a scale of 1-5.  Based on this self-assessment, spend the majority of your study time on the topic areas you are least comfortable with. This approach will help you become familiar with the exam content and to use your limited study time wisely.

Assessment of the Diabetes Continuum – Learning  

For this question in this series, we focus on the Assessment Section, under learning. Here is the question that addresses learning goals and needs of the learner. Good luck!

To learn more about exam success, please join us live or watch now Free Preparing for CDE® Webinar airing on Feb 1, 2019.


Sign up for Diabetes Blog Bytes – we post one daily Blog Byte from Monday to Friday. And of course, Tuesday is our Question of the Week. It’s Informative and FREE!  Sign up below!

NEW! Question of the Week will now reflect the 2019 CDE®* Exam Content Outline

According to the National Credentialing Board for Diabetes Educators, (NCBDE) the  CDE® Exam Content Outline will be updated starting July 1st, 2019.

To celebrate this update, we will be basing our 2019 Questions of the Week on this content outline. (See a snippet of the NCBDE content outline to the left or click on it to see the complete outline.)

Question of the Week – January 15th, 2019

These targeted questions are designed to help assess your knowledge on the topics critical to diabetes educators.

In addition, if you are preparing to take the exam, we strongly encourage you to go through each of these sub-categories and rate your knowledge on a scale of 1-5.  Based on this self-assessment, spend the majority of your study time on the topic areas you are least comfortable with. This approach will help you become familiar with the exam content and to use your limited study time wisely.

Assessment of the Diabetes Continuum – Learning  

For this first question in this series, we start in the Assessment Section, under learning. Here is the question that addresses learning goals and needs of the learner. Good luck!

ML has a 6-year-old daughter with newly diagnosed type 1.  ML wants to learn what to do in case her daughter gets the flu and is vomiting.  What is the diabetes educator’s best response?

a.       It sounds like you are worried about what to do if your daughter gets sick.

b.       Let’s start with the basics of meal planning first.

c.       Getting the flu can be scary. Have you been tracking ML’s blood sugars?

d.       Here is a handout that reviews sick day management in detail.

Question of the Week – January 15th, 2019

To learn more about exam success, please join us live or watch now Free Preparing for CDE® Webinar airing on Feb 1, 2019.


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NEW QUESTION OF THE WEEK! 

Click here to take the question of the week >>  January 8th, 2019

Are you wondering how to apply the newly released American Diabetes Association (ADA) and European Association for the Study of Diabetes (EASD) Management of Hyperglycemia Guidelines into practice? 

Meds Update – New ADA and EASD Guidelines – 1.5 CEs – webinar is now available! 

 

 

You can also download our free CDE® Coach App!


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NEW QUESTION OF THE WEEK! 

Click here to take the question of the week >>  December 18th, 2018

Are you wondering how to apply the newly released American Diabetes Association (ADA) and European Association for the Study of Diabetes (EASD) Management of Hyperglycemia Guidelines into practice? 

Meds Update – New ADA and EASD Guidelines – 1.5 CEs – webinar is now available! 

 

 

You can also download our free CDE® Coach App!


Our Diabetes Detective Team scans the diabetes news to discover the most relevant info that Diabetes Educators need in their daily practice. We post one daily Blog Byte from Monday to Friday. And of course, Tuesday is our Question of the Week. It’s Informative and FREE!  Sign up below!

Check out our latest Blog Bytes >>