Practice Area Discussion Groups

Practice Area Discussion Group

As part of the formation process for new Communities of Interest (COI), potential COIs start out as Practice Area Discussion Groups. By doing this first, AADE members have time to get the conversation and engagement of other members started, without having to focus on developing a leadership team or action plan.

Latest Discussions in Practice Area Discussion Groups

Needle DisposalI have been asked by AADE to attend a meeting of a new coalition dealing with needle disposal in Was…
What do you tell your patients about Needle Disposal?I have been asked by AADE to attend a meeting in Washington, DC regarding needle disposal.  In …
2017 County Health Rankings Data ReleasedThe Robert Wood Johnson Foundation has released their 2017 County Health Rankings data. This is an e…
Announcement: New Practice Area Discussion Group: Continuing Education Activity PlanningAADE is proud to announce the opening of a new Continuing Education Activity Planning Discussion Gro…
Dyslexia and type 1 diabetesHello! Does anyone have helpful resources to assist a 10 year old girl with dyslexia and T1DM? Mom a…

Behavioral / Mental Health

Focuses on how patients with diabetes are impacted by behavioral and mental health issues; and gives practitioners a platform to exchange, present, and promote strategies for dealing with these issues.

Board Certified-Advanced Diabetes Management

Connects diabetes professionals across the country who have obtained this certification, and those looking to obtain the BC-ADM in the future.

Continuing Education Activity Planning

The CE Activity Planning Practice Area Discussion Group provides a place for members that are preparing for or currently planning a CE activity.

Diabetes & Cardiovascular Disease

Connects diabetes professionals across the country with an interest in the link between diabetes and cardiovascular disease.

Rural Populations and Educators

The Rural Populations and Educators Practice Area Discussion Group focuses on the complex mesh of social, economic, educational, and cultural factors that affect diabetes education practice, care, and treatment in the rural setting.

Young Adults with Diabetes

Connects educators interested in better supporting young adults with diabetes, enables sharing of best practices, and focuses on the needs and problems faced by this population.


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