AADE


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AcronymDefinition
AADEAmerican Association of Diabetes Educators
AADEAmerican Association of Dental Examiners
AADEAmerican Association of Dental Editors
AADEAerospace, Automotive and Design Engineering (University of Hertfordshire; Hatfield, UK)
AADEArmy Air Defense Element
AADEAssociation for Art and Design Education (est. 1986; Northern Ireland, UK)
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The American Association of Diabetes Educators (AADE) Annual Meeting and Conference in Houston, Texas, from August 9-12, 2019, is the premier educational and networking event for diabetes educators.
Educating patients on when to seek further medical attention based on symptoms and blood glucose values may reduce stress and anxiety for patients and their families, and prevent further hospitalizations (AADE, 2017).
" Future Challenges of Drilling Fluids and their Rheological Measurements "AADE -10DF-HO-41,presented at the American Association of Drilling Engineers,(AADE) Fluids conference and Exhibition held at Houstan, North, Taxas.
Hobbs is also a past treasurer and director of the SPE Alaska Section and a past president of the AADE Alaska Chapter.
The AADE certification of the DSME program ensures that the highest standards are being practiced in the education of the public on diabetes and diabetes management.
Zhang, "Optimized salinity delivers improved drilling performance," in Proceedings of the AADE Fluids Conference, AADE-06-DF-HO-11, Houston, Tex, USA, April 2006.
* Referring patients to programs that are in compliance with the National Standards for Diabetes Self-Management Education and Support and accredited by the American Association of Diabetes Educators (AADE) or recognized by the American Diabetes Association (ADA).
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Web sites maintained by The National Institute of Health (NIH) [5], the American Diabetes Association (ADA) [6], and the American Association of Diabetes Educators (AADE) [7] provide state-of-the-art recommendations and online support.
A study by the American Association of Diabetes Educators (AADE) revealed that 47 percent of people with diabetes would be more likely to administer their injections regularly if a product were available that would ease the pain and discomfort of injections.
A total of 298 CDEs participated in the study, approximately 10% of the attendees as reported by the AADE.
The survey of diabetes educators was taken at the American Association of Diabetes Educators (AADE) Annual Meeting & Exhibition.