A diabetes self management educationtraining program is eligible for

A diabetes self management educationtraining program

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submitting a renewal application. A diabetes self-management education/training program is eligible for accreditation through the AADE Diabetes Educa- tion Accreditation Program if it provides “outpatient” services that have fully implemented the National Standards for Dia- betes Self-Management Education and has taken at least one patient through the program. Programs need to submit reports annually and apply for reaccreditation every 4 years. There is much more to the accreditation process than is expressed in the preceding paragraphs. Pharmacists who are interested in establishing an accredited diabetes self- management education/training program are urged to consult the resources listed in the F OR M ORE I NFORMATION box to get detailed information and instructions. For More Information Additional information about professional oppor- tunities for pharmacists providing diabetes care is available at the following websites: American Diabetes Association Education Recognition Program General information . aspx?typ=15&cid=84040 Requirements ognition%20Requirements%20-final%20version.pdf American Association of Diabetes Educators Diabetes Education Accreditation Program General information Resources/accred/ National Standards, Essential Elements, and Inter- pretive Guidance document aade/_resources/pdf/National_Standards_and_ Interpretive_Guidance_5.27.2009.pdf Payment for Diabetes Self-Management Education/Training Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services Diabetes-Related Services Fact Sheet DiabetesSvcs.pdf American Association of Diabetes Educators Online Reimbursement Guide for Diabetes Educators: Guidelines for Pharmacy Programs - sources/products/view.html?target=40&sub1 =BOOKS&sub2=Publications Learning Reinforcement Exercise Answers 5.1: Responses will vary according to participant’s identified health-related behavior change.
Module 5. The Pharmacist’s Role in Diabetes Management 113 References The publications listed below served as the primary sources of information for this module. Addressing issues: improving cultural competency. Making Systems Changes for Better Diabetes Care website. Available at: . betterdiabetescare.nih.gov/ISSUESculturalcompetency.htm. Last updated April 2010. Accessed December 7, 2011. Anderson RJ, Freedland KE, Clouse RE, et al. The prevalence of comor- bid depression in adults with diabetes: a meta-analysis. Diabetes Care. 2001;24:1069–78. Aung B, Ball WL, Caporusso JM, et al. Working together to manage diabetes: a guide for pharmacists, podiatrists, optometrists, and dental professionals. National Diabetes Education Program website. July 1, 2007. Available at: .

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