The 2021 Association of Diabetes Care and Education Specialists (ADCES) Virtual Conference
Every summer, the Association of Diabetes Care and Education Specialists’ (ADCES) holds their annual conference where original research is presented, important topics in diabetes care are discussed and the organization recognizes excellence in diabetes care and education.
For the second year in a row, the conference was virtual as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, taking place online from Thursday, August 12 to Sunday, August 15. For a full schedule of events from the conference, click here. Registered attendees have access to the sessions until November 8th.
The virtual event will include 50+ sessions on topics surrounding diabetes care and education, including:
- Patient-Inclusive Care, including disparities and racial equity
- Clinical integration
- Behavioral health
Check out our articles from the ADCES conference below!
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Using Facebook to Improve Diabetes ManagementExperts discuss using Facebook to connect with others, share resources, and your experiences can be a helpful tool in managing diabetes. MORE
The Danger of Perfectionism in Diabetes ManagementTrying to aim for perfect glucose numbers may be doing you more harm than good. Read about the danger of perfectionism in diabetes. MORE
Evidence-Based Responses to Type 2 Diabetes ReversalMegan Muñoz discusses major studies about T2D reversal, learning how to read the data and if studies like this offer longterm solutions.MORE