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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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United States

Description:

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.

Language:

English


Episodes

Nursing Framework Podcast

9/30/2020
Nursing Framework Podcast by Australian Diabetes Educators Association

Duration:00:13:42

Credentialling Podcast

9/24/2020
Learn more about the ADEA credentialling process. In this podcast Jan Alford interviews Elizabeth Obersteller and Rachel Freeman about the credentialling process and what assessors are looking for. Learning Objectives: -Understand how to calculate, accrue and summarise practice hours for your credentialing application -Identify documentation required to support your application -Describe details and requirements of the mentoring partnership -Understand Continuing Professional Development...

Duration:00:26:25

Insulin glargine: Second-brand and biosimilar?

8/6/2020
Jan interviews Lisa Diggles to discuss insulin glargine and the introduction of Optisulin and Semglee onto PBS. The learning objectives for this podcast will be: Understand the difference between a second brand and a biosimilar medication. Identify how this PBS change may impact people with diabetes who are on insulin glargine. If you or your clients have questions, simply call 1800 2 SIMPLE (1800 2 746 753) and speak to a CDE.

Duration:00:09:32

Impact of COVID19 on People with Diabetes

7/16/2020
Jan interviews Jayne Lehmann and Kirrily Chambers on the Impact of COVID19 on People with Diabetes, following their recent webinar on the topic. Novo Nordisk have sponsored both the webinars and podcasts. The learning objectives for the podcast include: 1. Describe the impact of COVID19 on the health and wellbeing of people with diabetes 2. Explore the role of insulin analogues in sick day management 3. State the role of a sick day plan for people with diabetes 4. List the items required in...

Duration:00:19:57

Weaving psychology into routine diabetes consultations: why and how

7/15/2020
Jennifer Halliday, Associate Research Professor from the Australian Centre for Behavioural Research in Diabetes, discusses the evidence that supports the integration of the emotional aspects of diabetes into routine holistic care. Jennifer explores these recommendations, and provides practical tips for diabetes educators and other health professionals to discuss the emotional aspects of diabetes in routine diabetes consultations.

Duration:00:15:08

Insulin Analogues Podcast

7/2/2020
Following a webinar on insulin analogues, Jan interviews Kirrily Chambers and Jayne Lehmann to learn more about insulin analogues, what influences the type of insulin analogue is chosen and how Corona virus can impact people with diabetes. Learning Objectives: Describe the features of an insulin analogue Identify what influences the type of insulin analogue chosen Identify how Corona virus can impact people with diabetes

Duration:00:24:33

An update on SGLT-2 Inhibitors: Preventing CVD and renal outcomes?

5/21/2020
Sue Lynn Lau is an endocrinologist at Westmead Hospital and Blacktown-Mt Druitt Hospital in Sydney and a senor lecturer with Sydney University and Western Sydney University. Sue Lynn Lau will discuss SGLT-2 Inhibitors and recent literature. Learning outcomes: The learner will be able to describe how SGLT2 inhibitors work. The listener will be able to recognise potential side effects and potential benefits of SGLT2 inhibitors. The learner will be able to recognise the link between SGLT2...

Duration:00:19:25

Consumer experience: Ryzodeg

5/8/2020
Will Bonney was diagnosed with Type 1 at age 14 and has been living with diabetes for 38 years. In that time, he has seen many improvements in the tools and approaches to managing diabetes and is always open to new developments and regime changes. Will is married with two teenage children, and has a career spanning corporate finance, medical research (including at JDRF) and now is a psychotherapist based in the Sydney CBD. In this podcast, Will describes some of his journey with diabetes and...

Duration:00:20:44

Guided self-determination

4/23/2020
Guided self-determination is a way to empower people with chronic conditions, it helps clients make decisions about their health and obtain skills to help improve quality of life. Learn more about guided self-determination, how it works and how to become a facilitator. Learning objectives include: Define guided self-determination. Recognise the difference and similarity between guided self-determination and motivational interviewing. Explain the training necessary to become a facilitator who...

Duration:00:22:27

Telehealth for Credentialled Diabetes Educators (CDEs) – COVID-19 and into the future

4/9/2020
Rachel Freeman, ADEA Professional Services and Education Manager and Susan Davidson, ADEA CEO, are joined by a panel of CDEs who have started using telehealth for diabetes education. The panel discuss the work that has occurred behind the scenes to enable telehealth for allied health professionals, including CDEs, how to embrace and set up telehealth, considerations and online platforms and provide listeners with some specific examples to put into context how CDEs can utilise telehealth in...

Duration:00:35:56

Wearing a CGM: A consumer perspective

3/26/2020
Peter has had diabetes for 67 years. In this podcast, he discusses his experience with blood glucose monitoring and Continuous Glucose Monitoring.

Duration:00:10:29

Case Study Competition Tips and Tricks

3/11/2020
Hosted by Dr. Ashley Ng, this podcast with Chris Uren, winner of 2019 Abbott Case Study Competition shares tips and tricks on submitting a written case study. He will discuss his experience with the preparation phase, challenges and invaluable takeaways from his own work in the process.

Duration:00:15:20

Insulin therapy Update – Fiasp and the lived experience

11/25/2019
Today’s podcast is focusing on the topic of new insulin therapy and the lived experience. Learning objectives 1. To use a person-centred approach when discussing the changing landscape of insulin therapy 2. To listen to and learn from people living with diabetes about their experiences using these newer insulins. 3. To relate to how our speaker's experience may translate in practice when working with people living with diabetes and their support networks. Our speaker today is Kim Henshaw....

Duration:00:21:43

New Insulin Analogues with Dr Ahmed Hussein

9/26/2019
A podcast focusing on the topic of new insulin therapy and the lived experience. Our speaker is Dr Ahmed Hussein and our host is Jan Alford. The learning objectives of this series of podcasts are; 1. To discuss the changing landscape of insulin therapy 2. To identify the new insulins on the market and who they are appropriate for and how they differ from the insulins already established in Australia. 3. To learn from clinical experience how use of these newer insulins has affected patients...

Duration:00:18:55

Supporting our client’s emotional wellbeing’ with Dr Linda Beeney

9/17/2019
Dr Linda Beeney completed her PhD in Medicine at The University of Sydney and further developed her skills in Diabetes Psychology at the Joslin Diabetes Center during her Post-doctoral Clinical Fellowship at Harvard Medical School. This Podcast explores issues that we face more often as Diabetes Educators and health professionals surrounding psychological health and emotional well-being of our clients. We aim to identify the emotional themes patients face living with a new diagnosis or...

Duration:00:31:20

Health Literacy and impacts on self-management of diabetes

9/10/2019
Health Literacy and Diabetes Podcast with speaker Julie Ayre and host Jan Alford. This podcast is focusing on the topic of the health literacy perspective on self-monitoring and problem-solving in diabetes management. Learning objectives 1. Understand the concept of health literacy and how this relates to diabetes self-management. 2. Describe strategies to support people with lower health literacy to develop flexible problem-solving skills. Julie has a Bachelor of Psychology and is a PhD...

Duration:00:11:48

Low Carbohydrate diet- When and how?

6/20/2019
Amy Rush is the 2018 CDE of the Year WA and the Jan Baldwin CDE of the Year. Amy’s passion for supporting people with type 1 diabetes began when her brother was diagnosed with diabetes at the age of seven. She wanted him to live the richest life possible. Amy continues to wish this for all her patients. In this podcast, Amy talks to Jan Alford about low carbohydrate diets and the management of diabetes. The information provided in this podcast is based on the experience and recommendations...

Duration:00:24:08

Setting up a rural/remote diabetes education service – barriers and rewards

6/3/2019
In this ADEA podcast episode, host Jan Alford speaks with Laura Zimmerman, Clinical Nurse Specialist and Credentialled Diabetes Educator in Qld. Laura works in private practice and set up her private practice as a rural and remote service to assist people with diabetes in those particular areas in Qld and some towns on the NSW/Qld border. Laura talks to us about the potential barriers and efforts required to set up such a service, the need for such services for people with diabetes, as well...

Duration:00:20:59

Diabetes management using telehealth – access to quality diabetes education regardless of location

5/22/2019
In this ADEA podcast episode, host Jan Alford speaks with Laura Zimmerman, Clinical Nurse Specialist and Credentialled Diabetes Educator in Qld. Laura works in private practice and uses technology to help people with diabetes both in Australia and around the world. Laura is passionate about getting diabetes education and best practice management to people regardless of where they live or work. Jan and Laura delve into the advantages and disadvantages of using telehealth, how to use it, what...

Duration:00:23:49

Fleshing out nutrient concerns

5/9/2019
We discuss the impact of altering macronutrients on micronutrients and discuss the impact of increasing fat on overall health. Amy discusses the difference between low carbohydrate diet and a keto-diet and we learn more about the reported client experiences. ADEA podcasts include non-leading questions to reveal evidence based recommendations. In an attempt to maintain the integrity of the podcast conversation, we do not script the answers of our guests. Therefore, the podcast may not reflect...

Duration:00:24:29