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Perspectives on Diabetes Care

This is the official blog of the Association of Diabetes Care & Education Specialists where we share recent research and professional opinions on diabetes care and education.


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If you're looking for professional opinions on diabetes care and education, you're in the right place. Perspectives on Diabetes Care is the official ADCES® diabetes care and education blog that shares helpful views on diabetes care and education. 

This is where you'll find practical tips on working with people affected by prediabetes, diabetes and related cardiometabolic conditions and the latest research and viewpoints on issues facing diabetes care and education specialists and the people they serve.



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ADCES22 Research: Let’s Connect and Inspire!

Jul 25, 2022, 13:00 PM

By Michelle L Blakely, PhD, MEd, NCCMichelle Blakely headshot

There is no better place than the ADCES22 Annual Conference in Baltimore to learn about emerging science and research in diabetes care and education! Advancing research in this field is imperative to improve awareness, comprehension, analysis and application of relevant scientific discoveries. Our new ADCES research agenda, focused on implementation science in the diabetes care space, will further facilitate and advance innovations in the field. ADCES22 is your best resource for staying up to date on advances in diabetes care and education research.

We have four exciting research sessions during ADCES22, highlighting a group of research talks on each session’s subject. Mark your calendar to attend one of the following sessions:

Emerging Adults & Family Roles

Learn about emerging adults with type 1 diabetes or the education needs for multiple family members with type 1 diabetes.

Reaching Populations

Learn about food insecurity or collaborating with Hispanic people with type 2 diabetes. Make sure to check out Hispanic Diabetes Peer Facilitator Training Needs and Connections to Hispanics with Type 2 Diabetes, Food Insecurity Interventions for Persons with Diabetes: A Systematic Review Using the RE-AIM Framework, and Relationship of Food-Insecurity with Diabetes Nutrition Self-Efficacy and Behavior Among American Indians and Alaska Natives sessions as well.

Technology in Action and Language Translation: Building Bridges

Connect with diabetes prevention program leaders who have hands-on experience and can share their success stories. Get a unique look at how we can work within our communities to provide greater access to diabetes education and services in the Experiences of Deaf People Receiving Diabetes Education: The Need for Language Access session.

Outcomes of Interventions: Type 1 Diabetes, Youth and Providers

Learn about the outcomes of using motivational interviewing, DAFNE, and diabetes self-management education interventions with people with diabetes and providers.

ADCES22 in Baltimore is the place to bring your questions – research informs practice, which informs more research! There will be innovative sessions, expert keynote speakers, a huge exhibit hall as well as social networking events that help us to connect. We look forward to seeing you there! Register today.

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The Association of Diabetes Care & Education Specialists Perspectives on Diabetes Care covers diabetes, prediabetes and other cardiometabolic conditions. Not all views expressed reflect the official position of the Association of Diabetes Care & Education Specialists.

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