The ADEA podcast series presents a number of topics identified by you, members of the Australian Diabetes Educators Association.
The ADEA podcast 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 long-term ADEA member.
Nursing Framework Podcast
Nursing Framework Podcast by Australian Diabetes Educators Association
Learn more about the ADEA credentialling process. In this podcast Jan Alford interviews Elizabeth Obersteller and Rachel Freeman about the credentialling process and what assessors are looking for.
-Understand how to calculate, accrue and summarise practice hours for your credentialing application
-Identify documentation required to support your application
-Describe details and requirements of the mentoring partnership
-Understand Continuing Professional Development (CPD)points and proof required for your application
Insulin glargine: Second-brand and biosimilar?
Jan interviews Lisa Diggles to discuss insulin glargine and the introduction of Optisulin and Semglee onto PBS.
The learning objectives for this podcast will be:
Understand the difference between a second brand and a biosimilar medication.
Identify how this PBS change may impact people with diabetes who are on insulin glargine.
If you or your clients have questions, simply call 1800 2 SIMPLE (1800 2 746 753) and speak to a CDE.
Impact of COVID19 on People with Diabetes
Jan interviews Jayne Lehmann and Kirrily Chambers on the Impact of COVID19 on People with Diabetes, following their recent webinar on the topic. Novo Nordisk have sponsored both the webinars and podcasts.
The learning objectives for the podcast include:
1. Describe the impact of COVID19 on the health and wellbeing of people with diabetes
2. Explore the role of insulin analogues in sick day management
3. State the role of a sick day plan for people with diabetes
4. List the items required in a ‘Sick Day Kit’ for a person injecting insulin.
Weaving psychology into routine diabetes consultations: why and how
Jennifer Halliday, Associate Research Professor from the Australian Centre for Behavioural Research in Diabetes, discusses the evidence that supports the integration of the emotional aspects of diabetes into routine holistic care. Jennifer explores these recommendations, and provides practical tips for diabetes educators and other health professionals to discuss the emotional aspects of diabetes in routine diabetes consultations.
Insulin Analogues Podcast
Following a webinar on insulin analogues, Jan interviews Kirrily Chambers and Jayne Lehmann to learn more about insulin analogues, what influences the type of insulin analogue is chosen and how Corona virus can impact people with diabetes.
Describe the features of an insulin analogue
Identify what influences the type of insulin analogue chosen
Identify how Corona virus can impact people with diabetes
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Great podcast - with current, local discourse
It’s great to hear an Australian podcast, discussing relevant issues to Australian Health Professionals.