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.
In her talk at the American Association of Diabetes Educators meeting, Dr.
Hosted by The Endocrine Society in partnership with the American Association of Diabetes Educators, ADA, American Pharmacists Association, and American College of Osteopathic Family Physicians, among other clinical groups, the Web site is designed to help patients (as well as providers) navigate the initiation and adjustment of insulin.
If you need help with dietary modifications, consult a certified diabetes educator (CDE); to find one, visit the American Association of Diabetes Educators' website at www.diabeteseducator.org.
The survey sample was recruited from participants attending the 36th Annual American Association of Diabetes Educators' meeting in Atlanta, Georgia in August 2009.
Diabetes management in children and adolescents requires complex daily management skills (American Association of Diabetes Educators [AADE], 2008) and health services must be provided to students with diabetes to ensure their safety in the school setting and to meet requirements of federal laws.
The fact sheet, developed in collaboration with the American Association of Diabetes Educators, the American Diabetes Association and the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation International, also aims to promote the National Diabetes Prevention Program, created by the Affordable Care Act in 2010.
In fact, a number of its sites are recognized by the ADA and the American Association of Diabetes Educators (AADE).
The software facilitates data collection for program recognition by the ADA and/or AADE (American Association of Diabetes Educators).
WASHINGTON -- Several new developments in medical technology are making life easier for diabetes patients, according to Amparo Gonzalez, president of the American Association of Diabetes Educators.
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