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January eNews | New 2022 Diabetes Standards – Screening Updates and Cheat Sheets
February eNews | Vaccine Chart, Kidney Updates, Dexcom 5 and Diabetes Stats
March eNews | Rediscovering the Magic of Nutrition
April eNews | New Diabetes Self-Management Standards – 9 Takeaways
May eNews | Is there a Strong link between Diabetes and Earth Health?
June eNews | New “Twincretin” Injection Improves Diabetes Outcomes
July 2022 eNews | 3 Steps to”DeFeet” Amputations in People with Diabetes
August 2022 eNews | Diabetes Safety Update | Does Alcohol Blunt Glucagon Effectiveness?
September 2022 eNews | Boosting Nutrition Health & Jumping for Joy
October 2022 eNews | Why I Transformed my Approach to Diabetes Care
November 2022 eNews | Top 7 Highlights from New Diabetes Consensus
December 2022 eNews | Improved Insulin PocketCard and a Little Tenderness
January | Treating DKA with SubQ Insulin & Type 1 Home Test
February | Exercise Myths, Mental Wellness, & Comforting Winter Recipes
March | Steroids, Sugar Spikes and Nutrition Month Celebration
April eNews | Diabetes Certification Exam Updates You Need to Know
May eNews | Diabetes Ed Celebrates Nurses Day
June eNews | Celebrating Diversity and Diabetes Scholarship
July eNews | A Radical New Approach to Diabetes Care Needed
August eNews | Trauma and Hidden Barriers to Type 1 Tech Use
September eNews | Insulin Update, New Meds, Cheat Sheet Additions
October eNews | How is “Diabetes Remission” Really Defined?
November eNews | Diabetes Month Celebration
December eNews | Diabetes Distress & Holidays? New Handout with 12 Reframes to Help
January – Inclusive Diabetes Care for the LGBTQ Community
January – Highlights for 2020 Standards
February – Positioning our Practice for the Future
March – ADA Pledges to Eliminate Weight Stigma
April – COVID-19 & Best Diabetes Care
May – Insulin Savings and Telehealth Updates
June – Diabetes and Equity – Strategies for Change
July – New Glucagon PocketCard and Hypoglycemic Emergencies
August – Insulin Summary Sheet and InPen
September Newsletter – New Online Scholarship, Liver Disease, CGM Update
October Newsletter | Meds Update, Free Quizzes and Rationale
November Newsletter | You’re Invited to Celebrate Diabetes Month | 2 FREE Webinars
December Newsletter | New Diabetes App, Winter Recipes, and a Sprinkling of Gratitude
Top 5 Blogs of the Year and ADA Standards of Care 2021
January – New 2019 ADA Standards, From Meds to Technology
February – Follow Your Gut – Diabetes Newsletter
March – Low Carb vs Slow Carb
April – The Teens Aren’t Alright
May – Genes Determine Appetite
June – How to Tell Your Story to Activate Change
July – Does Weight Bias Decrease the Effectiveness of Treatment?
August – Nasal Glucagon, Generic SGLT-2 Inhibitor, Supplement Safety
September – Diabetes Care and Education Specialists Take the Lead
October – New Oral GLP-1: an Easier Pill to Swallow?
November – Diabetes Month and Intestinal Superstar
December – Listening to Diabetes Stories, A Sweet Gift
December – Top 10 Diabetes Ed Stories
January – ADA Standards 2018 Updates – Meds, CV Risk, PocketCards
February – New Language of Diabetes, MNT Updates, 20 Year Anniversary and Customer Appreciation Week
March – Alert Day, Getting Reimbursed for DPP, Appreciating RDs
April – Type 1 Diabetes – Care and Resources for a Lifetime
May – Girl Power Promotes Health Legacy
June – Food as Medicine
July – Human vs Analog Insulin? A Patient Centered Approach
August – Self-Care Strategies for Diabetes Educators
September – SGLT2S Infection Warning – New Blog Bytes
October – 30 Million People with Diabetes – How do we manage?
November – World Diabetes Day, Flu Risk, Holiday Survival Guide
December – Diabetes & Disaster, from Preparedness to Recovery
January – Important Updates – ADA Standards of Care 2017
February – Update on Neuropathy Standards and Treatment
March – Raise Awareness and Reach for the Moon
April – Cancer and Diabetes – What’s the Link?
May/June – To Count or Not to Count
July – Italy vs American – What the BMI?
August – Short and Sweet – Less Sugar, Better Health
September/October – Sugar Savvy, Super Fast Insulin, FREE Gut Update
November – Holiday Survival Guide and Diabetes Prevention Program
January – New Standards of Care, Scholarship, Copycat Insulin
February – New AACE Medication Algorithm for Type 2 Diabetes
March – Top 5 Things I Learned from the ADA Post Grad Conference
May – Updated Goals for Older Adults and CDCES Coach App
June – My Stroke of Luck; a Personal Journey
July/August – Curiosity, CDCES Coach, New Combo Meds
Sept/Oct – New Meds Update – Combos, Concentrated and New Warnings
November – Diabetes Month, Gut Microbiome, U-500 Dedicated Syringe
November 14 – Special Issue for World Diabetes Day
December – Cost of Insulin, Artificial Pancreas Approved, Medication Updates
January – New Standards of Care, Scholarship and Webcasts
February – Meds Update – Using the 2015 ADA Type 2 Algorithm
March – RESET Diabetes and New Basal Concentrated Insulin
May – Diabetes Frontiers, SGLT-2 Med Warning, New AACE Algorithms
June – Why Weight? – Get Patients Pumped Up about Resistance Training
July – Brush Away the 6th Complication of Diabetes and Scholarship
August – Stress and Diabetes – A Double Whammy
October – Human – Meet Your Microbiome
November – Diabetes Awareness Resources
December – 5 Steps for Educators to Keep Healthy and Energized for 2016
January – New ADA Diabetes Guidelines and CDCES* Updates
February – Stage 1 Diabetes – Action Required
March – Food, Hugs and New Meds
April – Special Issue; Women and Diabetes
May – Diabetes on a Budget and Diabetes MiniSeries
June – CDC Stats, ADA Highlights, Eating Insights
July – Inhaled Insulin and New Meds in the Pipeline
August – Miracle of Insulin Still Inspires
October – Med Safety Review, New BG Monitoring System, Pt Friendly GLP-1 Injection
November – Double Diabetes and Celebrate World Diabetes Day
December – The Sacred Space of Diabetes Education
December – The Sacred Space of Diabetes Education complete newsletter
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Newsletter Previous Year Archives
January – New 2013 ADA Standards of Care for Diabetes
February – Guidelines for Kids with Type 2 and New DPP-IV Inhibitor
March – Does Exercise Cause Weight Loss? Call to Congress, GLP-1 Meds and Pancreatitis
May – Guts, Glucose and New Glucoretic
June – Plant-Based Diet Improves Outcomes
July – Educators Take A Stand – Keeping Active at Work
August – Liver Disease and Diabetes plus AACE Med Algorithm
October – Changing Behavior, A Pebble at a Time
November – 5 Diabetes Discoveries You Don’t Want to Miss
December – New MNT Recommendations and 10 Superfoods
January/February – Motivating Patients
March – Diabetes Detectives Needed
April – Hospitals, Hypo and Hydration
May & June – New ADA Guidelines Management of Hyperglycemia in T2DM
July – Affordable Care Act – How will it impact Diabetes Care?
August – New Frontiers and Highlights for Annual AADE Meeting
September – 8 Tips to Keep Healthy for Fall
October – Type 3 Diabetes? Resources for Native Americans and Meds in the Pipeline
November – Diabetes 1.5, Becoming an Educator Scholarship and Resources
December – 12 Diabetes Wishes, Instant Webinars and Mrs. T goes to Washington
February – CDCESs® Needed:Changes to Practice Requirements
March – Gut Bacteria: Friend or Foe?
April – Insulin Resistance and the Expanding Waistline
May – Cancer and Diabetes – the Unexpected Connection
June – FDA Approves New Meds for Type 2
July – Highlights from 71st ADA Scientific Sessions in San Diego
August – Activities to Promote Diabetes Prevention
September/October – Increased Demand for Diabetes Educators Expected
November – Dr. Banting Discovers Insulin
December – Making Exercise Fun
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