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Catching Up With ADCES’s Communities of Interest

Catching Up With ADCES’s Communities of Interest coi COMMUNITIES OF INTEREST | INFORMATION SHARING A member asked the Advanced Practice The Inpatient Management COI co-leader COI for guidance and instruction on penned a blog article about their firsthand placing a T1DM patient on sodium-glucose account of receiving the COVID-19 vaccine cotransporter inhibitors (SLGTis) after an in the first wave as a front-facing staff As 2020 closed, many of the Communities initial patient consult. Subscribers and COI member at their facility. The article praised of Interest looked back over the leader volunteers were able to provide the effort and the rapid rollout, and the remarkable year and ahead to 2021. The guidance on candidate selection for SGLT2i author cited their own privilege of being Diabetes Prevention COI posted resources use and instruction on checking ketones, one of the first to be vaccinated and the on health care burnout, work-life balance, published journal articles on the use of responsibility that came with it. The article and self care including links to webinar the medication in T1D patients, as well as regarded the experience as “historical” recordings about maintaining a healthy practice guidelines and possible concerns and a first step toward making COVID-19 a well-being in the medical field. to be mindful of. part of history as well. Sign up for FREE updates about the latest research! Catching Up With ADCES's journals.sagepub.com/action/registration Communities of Interest Great conversations are happening in the Communities of Interest (COI) blogs and discussion forums on ADCES Connect. ADCES members have access to everything. You need to just subscribe to the ones most interesting to you. Here are some of the topics diabetes care and education specialists were talking about earlier this year. Register now and start receiving... New Content Alerts Announcements The Diabetes Technology COI provided support to a The outgoing COI leader for the Pharmacy COI authored a Including table of contents alerts when a Need-to-know information about a member who was seeing a person with type 1 diabetes December blog article recapping the 2020 efforts within the experiencing glucose management problems after Community of Interest and the positive support created by ADCES new issue is published and alerts when journal such as calls for papers, special experiencing an infection at their pump infusion sites. as a national organization that helped ease the challenges that forthcoming articles are published online issue notices, and events The person with diabetes had been using an insulin pump 2020 brought. The article cited the many resources created to for 15 years, had an infusion site infection cleared with assist with transitioning to telehealth and virtual health platforms, before they are scheduled to appear in antibiotics, no change in lifestyle or health, and was unable the coordination of the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services Search Alerts print (OnlineFirst articles) to bring down blood glucose level when they bolus with (CMS) as they lifted restrictions to allow pharmacists and registered Custom search alerts based on recent the pump, although was able to regulate when injecting. nurses to bill for DSME services, and the peer-to-peer support Troubleshooting included pump replacement, checking for that ADCES Connect allows for ADCES members, all making for search keywords or terms clogging, changing placement from abdomen to buttocks, an easier transition into the dramatic day-to-day change that the change in variety of infusion sets, and insulin types. COVID-19 pandemic created in the health care field. Other members who had seen similar cases offered other solutions, including checking for allergies related to infusion sets, problems caused by scarring, and the possibility of taking a “pump break.” 56 // ADCES IN PRACTICE // March 2021 http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png ADCES in Practice SAGE

Catching Up With ADCES’s Communities of Interest

ADCES in Practice , Volume 9 (2): 1 – Mar 1, 2021

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SAGE
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© 2021 by the American Association of Diabetes Educators
ISSN
2633-559X
eISSN
2633-5603
DOI
10.1177/2633559X21990456
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coi COMMUNITIES OF INTEREST | INFORMATION SHARING A member asked the Advanced Practice The Inpatient Management COI co-leader COI for guidance and instruction on penned a blog article about their firsthand placing a T1DM patient on sodium-glucose account of receiving the COVID-19 vaccine cotransporter inhibitors (SLGTis) after an in the first wave as a front-facing staff As 2020 closed, many of the Communities initial patient consult. Subscribers and COI member at their facility. The article praised of Interest looked back over the leader volunteers were able to provide the effort and the rapid rollout, and the remarkable year and ahead to 2021. The guidance on candidate selection for SGLT2i author cited their own privilege of being Diabetes Prevention COI posted resources use and instruction on checking ketones, one of the first to be vaccinated and the on health care burnout, work-life balance, published journal articles on the use of responsibility that came with it. The article and self care including links to webinar the medication in T1D patients, as well as regarded the experience as “historical” recordings about maintaining a healthy practice guidelines and possible concerns and a first step toward making COVID-19 a well-being in the medical field. to be mindful of. part of history as well. Sign up for FREE updates about the latest research! Catching Up With ADCES's journals.sagepub.com/action/registration Communities of Interest Great conversations are happening in the Communities of Interest (COI) blogs and discussion forums on ADCES Connect. ADCES members have access to everything. You need to just subscribe to the ones most interesting to you. Here are some of the topics diabetes care and education specialists were talking about earlier this year. Register now and start receiving... New Content Alerts Announcements The Diabetes Technology COI provided support to a The outgoing COI leader for the Pharmacy COI authored a Including table of contents alerts when a Need-to-know information about a member who was seeing a person with type 1 diabetes December blog article recapping the 2020 efforts within the experiencing glucose management problems after Community of Interest and the positive support created by ADCES new issue is published and alerts when journal such as calls for papers, special experiencing an infection at their pump infusion sites. as a national organization that helped ease the challenges that forthcoming articles are published online issue notices, and events The person with diabetes had been using an insulin pump 2020 brought. The article cited the many resources created to for 15 years, had an infusion site infection cleared with assist with transitioning to telehealth and virtual health platforms, before they are scheduled to appear in antibiotics, no change in lifestyle or health, and was unable the coordination of the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services Search Alerts print (OnlineFirst articles) to bring down blood glucose level when they bolus with (CMS) as they lifted restrictions to allow pharmacists and registered Custom search alerts based on recent the pump, although was able to regulate when injecting. nurses to bill for DSME services, and the peer-to-peer support Troubleshooting included pump replacement, checking for that ADCES Connect allows for ADCES members, all making for search keywords or terms clogging, changing placement from abdomen to buttocks, an easier transition into the dramatic day-to-day change that the change in variety of infusion sets, and insulin types. COVID-19 pandemic created in the health care field. Other members who had seen similar cases offered other solutions, including checking for allergies related to infusion sets, problems caused by scarring, and the possibility of taking a “pump break.” 56 // ADCES IN PRACTICE // March 2021

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ADCES in PracticeSAGE

Published: Mar 1, 2021

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