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    What: Excelling in Diabetes Education and Care A Lone Star Tradition

    Program goals:

    To explore the evolving role of the diabetes educator in today's health care environment.

    To integrate emerging strategies of clinical care and management into practice settings.

    To enhance understanding of techniques available for optimal delivery of diabetes education.

    To promote research and technological advances in diabetes education and self-management activities.

    Where: Austin, Texas

    When: Friday and Saturday

    Hotel Information:

    Hilton Austin Airport

    9515 Hotel Drive

    Austin, TX 78719

    Phone: 512-385-6767


    Special Room Rate $115.00 (one king or two double beds)  LIMITED ROOMS AT THIS RATE

    ***4/1/2013 5 more rooms available at this rate - when these rooms are gone, the rate will go up to $129.00!***


    Registration Costs:


    Conference Registration Fee:

    AADE Members               $75.00

    NonAADE Members         $150.00


    - select About Us

    - select My AADE Network

    - go to bottom of page and select as a member or My AADE Network public pages

    - select TX Network

    - click on offering to begin registration

    If you cancel your reservation prior to April 8, 2013, you will receive a refund less $25 processing fee.  Reservations cancelled later than April 8, 2013 will not receive a refund.

    Location Details:

    Hilton Austin Airport

    9515 Hotel Drive

    Austin, TX 78719

    Speaker Information:

    The Expanding Role of the Diabetes Educator

    Barbara Walz, RN, BSN, CDE


    The ABC's of CBT: Cognitive Behavioral Therapy

    Ginny Ives, RD, LD, CDE, LPC


    Bariatric Surgery and Its Role in the Treatment of Diabetes

    Nancy G Marquez, MD, FACS and Jerry Elizondo, RD, LD


    Emerging and Future Advances in Diabetes Management

    Tom Blevins, MD, FACE, ECNU


    Update on Gestational Diabetes

    Kim Dickson, RD, LD, CDE


    Making Learning Active:  Transformative Tools for Diabetes Educators

    Barb Schreiner, PhD, RN, CDE, BC-ADM, CPLP


    Exploring the Pharmacotherapeutic Options for Treating Diabetes

    Curtis Triplett, Pharm D


    The Ethical and Practical Issues Regarding Technology, Social Media, and Diabetes Self Care

    Steve Ponder, MD, FAAP, CDE


    Motivational Interviewing: A Guide to Working with Ambivalence About Change

    Santhi Pariasamy, PhD


    Managing Diabetes and Cardiovascular Disease

    Janet L. Blodgett, MD

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