This year’s conference offers you a wide range of educational sessions and more advanced courses than ever before. They run the gamut, from emerging therapies to new technologies, and from culturally appropriate educational interventions to shared decision-making.
We’ve also expanded our formats, giving you a variety of learning experiences. There will be debates for those of you who like controversy and “snap learning” micro-sessions for those with short attention spans. We’ll have interactive sessions that will explore real-life situations and in-depth analyses of hot topics, like obesity management. In short, whatever type of learning experience you like, we have it to offer.
Take a listen to three of our session speakers as they tell you what to expect from their sessions:
Manny Hernandez, MBA, president and co-founder of the Diabetes Hands Foundation, Berkeley, California, describes an AADE14 panel discussion he will moderate on “The DOC Rx:The Role of Social Media in Managing Type 1 and 2 Diabetes.”
Meghan Jardine, MS, MBA, RD, CDE, LD, diabetes coordinator at Parkland Health and Hospital System, Dallas, shares how she networks with other diabetes educators and always learns ways to improve her practice. She will help give two presentations at AADE14 — “What Do Gut Bugs Have to Do with Obesity and Type 2 Diabetes” and “Nutrition Adequacy of Various Popular Diets.”
Gary Scheiner, MS, CDE, owner and clinical directorof Integrated diabetes Services, Wynnewood, Pennsylvania, shares what he enjoys about visiting the AADE14 Exhibit Hall and what he will discuss in his presentation, “Unleash Your Inner Exercise Expert.”
And take a look at our AADE14 Planner, peruse all the educational offerings and set your schedule in advance.