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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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Episodes

Podcast Insulin Therapy Update

9/26/2019
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Podcast Insulin Therapy Update by Australian Diabetes Educators Association

Duration:00:18:55

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

9/17/2019
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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
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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
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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
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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
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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
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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

Determining macronutrients in low carbohydrate diets

4/23/2019
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Amy Rush, Accredited Practising Dietitian and Credentialled Diabetes Educator, discusses how changing macronutrients can impact insulin needs. In addition, she explains the impact of altering macronutrient ratios and national guidelines and recommendations. 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:00:19:02

Low Carbohydrate diet- When and how?

4/9/2019
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Amy Rush, Accredited Practising Dietitian and Credentialled Diabetes Educator, discusses what a low carbohydrate diet is, how it can be achieved and some of the current literature and guidelines on the macronutrient carbohydrate. This podcast lays down the groundwork for the other two podcasts in this series. Amy received the prestigious ‘Jan Baldwin National CDE of the Year 2018’. The CDE of the Year award was facilitated by ADEA and supported by Eli Lily Australia.

Duration:00:15:20

CDE of the Year with Dr Kate Marsh

3/25/2019
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Kate is a Credentialled Diabetes Educator and an Advanced Accredited Practising Dietitian. Kate generously shares with people her expertise in diabetes in her private practice. She is also the Chair of the ADEA Clinical Practice Committee, a member of the ADEA/ADS Medical Education Scientific Advisory Group and the Editor of the ADE publication. In this podcast, we discuss keeps Kate going in helping people manage diabetes and how she overcame her obstacles. Kate received the prestigious...

Duration:00:11:10

CDE of the Year with Amy Rush

3/12/2019
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Amy is a practising dietitian and a Credentialled Diabetes Educator. 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 episode we talk about her work with people and programs around type 1 diabetes, her motivation and overcoming obstacles. Amy received the prestigious ‘Jan Baldwin National CDE of the Year...

Duration:00:20:08

ADE March 2019 Type 1 diabetes – the basics of management through to the latest technology

3/3/2019
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Jan Alford talks to ADE editor Dr Kate Marsh regarding the latest issue of the ADE. This edition gives insights to issues for people with type 1 diabetes and considerations for health professionals, including exercise, managing people with type 1 diabetes as inpatients, type 1 diabetes in the older person, insulin pump therapy and CGM. Please click here to read this edition: https://ade.adea.com.au/

Duration:00:08:21

CDE of the Year with Ann Morris

2/28/2019
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Ann was a CDE of the Year recipient in 2016. Ann has worked in diabetes education since 1976. In this podcast we talk to Ann about her work with “diabetes burnout” and how she overcame professional challenges in her career. We also ask Ann what changes she has seen in diabetes management and care in her time in diabetes education. Ann received the prestigious ‘Jan Baldwin National CDE of the Year 2016’. The CDE of the Year award was facilitated by ADEA and supported by Eli Lily Australia.

Duration:00:24:13

Culturally tailored diabetes education for people from East Asia

2/14/2019
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Tammie is an Australian-trained bicultural Chinese dietitian and speaks fluent English, Cantonese and Mandarin. She has been working closely with the Melbournian Chinese community for 10 years. She combined her cultural knowledge with clinical experience in providing culturally tailored diabetes care for Chinese Australians. Tammie will share more on this and some of the findings in her recent research 'Not Scared of Sugar' with us on this podcast. This research was funded by the ADEA...

Duration:00:12:13

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 Australian...

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 people...

Duration:00:21:21