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Diabetes Educator, The

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the official journal of the American Association of Di­abetes Educators (AADE)

The Diabetes Educator (TDE) is a peer-reviewed journal intended to serve as a reference source for the science and art of diabetes management.

TDE publishes original articles that relate to aspects of patient care and education, clinical practice and/or research, and the multidisciplinary pro­fession of diabetes education as represented by nurses, dietitians, physicians, pharmacists, mental health professionals, podiatrists, and exercise physiologists.


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