We know that a great resource page full of accurate and helpful cheat sheets can save busy diabetes specialists time and energy.
We collected all of our most popular and helpful reference sheets on one page. We have included Cheat Sheets on
Please feel free to download, print, and share with your colleagues and community.
A one-page cheat sheet that summarizes screening, risk status, and diagnostic criteria for diabetes. Great for your office and as a study tool.
These summary sheets are helpful for your clinical practice and preparing for certification exams. For exam success, be familiar with the general concepts, (side effects and precautions) of these medications.
This one-page algorithm is an enlarged and printable version of the latest medication treatment strategies excerpted from ADA Standards 9. This handy reference sheet is great for your clinical practice and to study for the certification.
This algorithm describes the pathway to start someone with type 2 diabetes on injectables and or insulin therapy. We have enlarged the print size to improve readability and allow our users to download and print for their practice settings or to review for certification exams.
Provides all kinds of important details on the storage of different types of insulin pens, vials, and more!
Based on the latest Standards of Care, we put together this chart that details the types of vaccines, when and how often they are recommended for people with diabetes. This quick reference is a perfect exam study tool and helpful addition to your clinical practice.
A short cheat sheet that highlights the major diabetes trials and the significant findings.
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Includes all currently available diabetes medications. Great study tool and clinical resource.
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Includes 4 different glucagon treatment options plus hypoglycemia teaching info on another side. Great study tool and clinical resource.
People with diabetes often take nutritional supplements for a variety of reasons. This Supplement Safety Rating Chart is a detailed evaluation chart of “Recommended” to “Not Recommended – High Risk” supplements.
Self-Care Goal Sheet Word Doc
Setting realistic person-centered goals is a critical part of providing diabetes education care and support. We have created a goal sheet that you can use in your practice to capture the next steps towards improving self-care. If you would like to customize the document, it is available in Word so you can make modifications for your practice. Or you can download the PDF, print and go.
This one-page sheet offers health care professionals and people with diabetes helpful strategies to deal with diabetes distress and burnout. Diabetes self-management can be very burdensome and loaded with big emotional responses and expectations. Please feel free to copy and share this list with people who are feeling distressed or are considering taking a diabetes “vacation.”
This handout is one of my favorites. Cartoon characters depict the signs and symptoms of low and high blood sugars and then detail steps to take.
Add your program’s logo and provide your clients with a useful, customized document that includes contact info, a list of medications and critical health data.
a handout that practical tips on surviving the holidays for people with diabetes. Share with your friends, participants, and colleagues!
A helpful way to prioritize what items to grab given different time frame limitations. We found it online and customized it for people with diabetes. It is available in Word or PDF. Thank you for sharing with your colleagues and community.
a list of highly-rated diabetes apps that help build bridges between people living with diabetes and technology. These apps have excellent functionality and user interface drive, according to the technology experts at ADCES.
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