To guide professional practice in promoting healthy lifestyles through self-management of diabetes and related conditions
GAADE sends out many news items to AADE members like meeting announcements through the new My AADE network. If you are not receiving these announcements through your email you may not have “subscribed” yet . Besides receiving news, members can send out questions or comments by starting a group “discussion” and receive state wide announcements. Here are three documents that will help get you started with using My AADE network.
In the News
Children First: Survey of School Nurses in Georgia, January 2006 (report by Dr. Kathie Aduddell, Kennesaw University) findings: • 85% school nurses in Georgia have cared for at least one child with diabetes. • 60% of those nurses surveyed had 1-5 children with insulin dependent diabetes to take care of each day • 14% of nurses surveyed had 6-10 children with insulin dependent diabetes to take care of each day.
The Greater Atlanta Association of Diabetes Educators
Tuesday, May 20th
“The Role of Renal Glucose Excretion in Adults with Type 2 Diabetes”
Kathy J. Berkowitz,
APRN,BC, FNP, CDE
5:30pm Registration, Networking & FarxigaTM Exhibit
6:00-7:00pm Educational Program
7:00-7:30pm Business Meeting
Maggiano’s Little Italy
1601 Cumberland Mall
Atlanta, GA 30339
Members may RSVP via
My AADE Network
Click Here To Register
Your user name will by your email address that you had previously given AADE as your preferred email. Your new password will be your previous AADE member number.At your first login, it will be necessary to change your password.
Contact AADE Member Services at
800-338-3633 ext. 100
if you do not know Member ID
Future Meeting Dates
Other Events of Interest
The Diabetes Educator Certificate Course is a 3-day seminar designed for clinicians who care for persons with diabetes but who have not received specialized entry-level training in diabetes disease management. Multi-discipline health care teams interested in organizing or improving a diabetes program are especially encouraged to attend.
to Help Our
Under Served Population
Many people in the Greater Atlanta Area who have diabetes
cannot afford healthcare.
Good Samaritan Health Clinic is a Christian Clinic with a mission to provide quality healthcare for those who cannot afford it. The clinic has an enrollment of over 600 diabetes patients; most of whom work with no health insurance.
A half-day per week would make a difference in your community and you. Make a difference with diabetes education;
contact Delise Webb
telephone number 678.553.4904