AADE president outlines challenges, strategies for promoting diabetes education

In this 5 minute video exclusive, Endocrine Today Diabetes in Real Life columnist Susan Weiner, MS, RDN, CDE, CDN, speaks with Hope about the challenges facing diabetes educators today and AADE’s 3-year strategic plan for addressing those challenges. 

What You Should Know About Diabetes Educators: AADE President Hope Warshaw

Diabetes ConnectionsDiabetes Connections' Stacey Simms talks with Hope in this wide-ranging 1-hour audio interview about Certified Diabetes Educators (CDE), the help they provide and how to get the most out your relationship with one.

Prediabetes Day at AADE

The AADE has been quietly working for years developing their prediabetes expertise, and at this year’s meeting in San Diego, they are devoting a day to focus on the topic with sessions in each time slot. Hope, in her role as AADE 2016 President, previews the meeting in this 2:31 minute Medscape video: 

November 5, 2016

AADE Sets its Sites on Going Global

World Diabetes DayHere's my final President's letter which appeared in AADE In Practice (November, 2016).  It's been an honor to serve as AADE president!

 
September 15, 2016

Act Now to Improve Access to DSME

Fall ColorsIt's September and here's my fall 2016 AADE President's letter:

If you live in a part of the country where the leaves change color, as I do, enjoy the yellows, reds and oranges. If not, enjoy your warm climate as the rest of us layer up.  

 

Why Are We Ignoring Diabetes Education?

Riva Greenberg interviews Hope in her role as the 2016 president of the American Association of Diabetes Educators where Hope discusses how most people with diabetes who see a primary care provider, are not getting referred for diabetes self-management education.

January 1, 2016

Meet Your 2016 – 2018 Strategic Plan and Two AADE Change Champions

I'm excited to share with you my very first AADE 2016 President's letter!

It’s my honor and privilege to serve as your 2016 AADE President. Having spent the entirety of my nearly 40-year career as a registered dietitian in the field of diabetes care and education, I believe wholeheartedly that we are at a critically pivotal point in our profession.