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The ADEA podcast series presents a number of topics identified by health professionals who have a special interest in diabetes, diabetes self-management and diabetes education. The series highlights latest updates and research in the areas that are relevant to best practice in diabetes management, diabetes care and diabetes education. Your host is Jan Alford, a well-known diabetes educator in Australia.

The ADEA podcast series presents a number of topics identified by health professionals who have a special interest in diabetes, diabetes self-management and diabetes education. The series highlights latest updates and research in the areas that are relevant to best practice in diabetes management, diabetes care and diabetes education. Your host is Jan Alford, a well-known diabetes educator in Australia.
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The ADEA podcast series presents a number of topics identified by health professionals who have a special interest in diabetes, diabetes self-management and diabetes education. The series highlights latest updates and research in the areas that are relevant to best practice in diabetes management, diabetes care and diabetes education. Your host is Jan Alford, a well-known diabetes educator in Australia.

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English


Episodes

Continuous Glucose Monitoring: Questions Answered

12/6/2018
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Amanda Barlett answers questions asked by participants during our CGM webinar series.

Duration:00:19:05

Medication Management- SGLT2 Inhibitors And DPP4i With Peta Tauchmann

11/22/2018
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In this podcast, Peta answers questions asked by members during our Medication Management webinar series.

Duration:00:11:14

Extra Virgin Olive Oil and diabetes

11/20/2018
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Join the ADEA Host Jan Alford and Dr Joanne McMillan to explore the benefits of extra virgin olive oil in diabetes management.

Duration:00:09:45

Diabetes and tuberculosis

10/11/2018
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This podcast follow's on from a recent article in the ADEA publication The Australian Diabetes Educator (ADE) regarding diabetes and tuberculosis. Jan Alford chats to Kerri Viney, author and researcher in this area. Kerri was a Registered Nurse and has additional public health qualifications and a PhD in public health. She has worked on tuberculosis (TB) management in several settings in Asia-Pacific and Europe for the past ten years. Currently she is a public health researcher at...

Duration:00:14:43

Private Practice Essentials

9/27/2018
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Host, Jan Alford, delves into the details of starting, promoting and operating a private practice with Registered Nurse and Credentialled Diabetes Educator, Lynne McCleary. Lynne is the owner and director of AH Diabetes - a private practice in Toowoomba, QLD. Lynne states she is fortunate to work with an amazing group of clinicians that make her life as both a CDE and director easy. Lynne believes that the way to improving people's health outcomes in diabetes is not necessarily having all...

Duration:00:31:58

Rural and Remote Diabetes Education

9/13/2018
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In this podcast the host, Jan Alford, discusses the impact of geography on diabetes services and education with Bernadette Heenan - Credentialled Diabetes Educator with Apunipima Cape York Health Council working in remote Indigenous communities in Far North Queensland. Bernadette has been providing diabetes education to her clients for the past 12 years on a fly-in, fly-out basis from her home base in Cairns. She is part of a multidisciplinary team who work closely together with local...

Duration:00:21:21

ADE September 2018

9/6/2018
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The Australian Diabetes Educator publication is an exclusive membership benefit to all members of the Australian Diabetes Educators Association, available at https://ade.adea.com.au. This podcast episode features some key articles in the June 2018 edition, theme 'Pre- and Postnatal health - managing and preventing diabetes'.

Duration:00:08:57

End of Life care for the older person with diabetes

8/9/2018
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In this podcast Jan will be talking with Nicole Duggan who will be providing an overview of the key principles of providing end of life care to an older person with diabetes. The listener will also receive information about advance care planning

Duration:00:11:50

Setting glycaemic targets in the older person

7/23/2018
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Achieving near normal BGL’s and preventing long-term complications in the dependent older person with diabetes may not be the priority but equally it may be the priority for a fit older person with diabetes. The glycaemic management targets should be individualised to the person, considering a range of factors. In this podcast Jan Alford talks to Michelle Hogan, RN CDE, to discuss the important factors to consider.

Duration:00:13:47

The link between diabetes and incontinence

7/4/2018
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For people with diabetes, it has been found that women with diabetes have up to a 70% greater risk of developing urinary incontinence than women without diabetes. In this podcast, Rachel Freeman talks to Gabrielle Curran, registered nurse and health support health support consultant at TENA. Gabrielle has been a nurse for 30 years and has gained experience in continence care as a district and community nurse, in rehabilitation units and in aged care. Gabrielle discusses the causes of...

Duration:00:12:38

Continuous Glucose Monitoring Systems – Diabetes Educators Support

6/26/2018
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Want to know more about CGMS insertion sites and diabetes educators in private practice? Following her presentation for the ADEA Continuous Glucose Monitoring Webinar Series, Amanda Bartlett, RN CDE, certified product trainer and convenor of the ADEA diabetes in pregnancy special interest group talks to Rachel Freeman about some of the questions that came up during the webinar and discusses her top tips for CGM management.

Duration:00:10:42

Carbohydrate Counting: An evidence base approach

6/21/2018
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In this episode, Carmel Smart and Jan Alford will concentrate on providing you with an evidence based approach to carbohydrate counting This episode is part of the 2018 Podcast series: Weight loss management and Carbohydrate Counting Methods. Create your free account and join https://learning.adea.com.au/lms/course/view.php?id=105

Duration:00:21:50

Continuous Glucose Monitoring – when to be more diligent

6/21/2018
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Did you know paracetamol affects CGM readings! Following her presentation for the ADEA Continuous Glucose Monitoring Webinar Series, Carolyn Judge, RN CDE and certified product trainer, talks to Jan Alford about some of the questions that came up during the webinar and discusses her top tips for CGM management.

Duration:00:13:04

Carbohydrate Counting Methods –Approach and Management

6/7/2018
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In this episode, Natasha Leader and Jan Alford will provide an overview of carbohydrate counting methodologies and look at some of the benefits of this approach to diabetes management. This episode is part of the 2018 Podcast series: Weight loss management and Carbohydrate Counting Methods. Create your free account and join https://learning.adea.com.au/lms/course/view.php?id=105

Duration:00:17:51

ADE June 2018

5/30/2018
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The Australian Diabetes Educator publication is an exclusive membership benefit to all members of the Australian Diabetes Educators Association. This podcast episode features some key articles in the June 2018 edition, theme 'Practice Essential'.

Duration:00:07:19

Medication Management: SGLT2 inhibitor & DPP4i

5/24/2018
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Q&A session based on Medication Management webinar Series

Duration:00:11:44

Difficulties In Managing On Going Weight In People With Type 2 Diabetes

5/10/2018
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To update CDEs about the physiology of weight control and the factors that influence the ability to maintain weight loss. To provide stratigies and tips to assist with the suppor to people with type 2 diabetes maintain ongoing weight control.

Duration:00:19:35

Cultural Considerations For CDEs With Dr Sarah Abdo

4/26/2018
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In this podcast Jan will be talking with Endocrinologist, Dr Sarah Abdo, about cultural competency and what CDEs need to consider when delivering diabetes education and support to people with diabetes who are from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds.

Duration:00:20:52

Clinical supervision: Key points to improving clinical supervision skills

4/12/2018
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How effective is clinical supervision in the transfer of clinical knoweledge and skills? Key elements to effective clincial supervision Learn how to deliver effective clinical supervision that will have a benefit to both the supervisor and the supervisee. How effective is clinical supervision in the transfer of clinical knoweledge and skills? Key elements to effective clincial supervision

Duration:00:20:25

Policy Development and Review – Why Bother?

4/3/2018
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In this podcast Jan will be talking with Karen Crawford about the importance of clinical policy development and review. She will outline some of the key elements to best practice policy development.

Duration:00:24:13