Diabetes Standards of Care 2021// As nurse practitioners that manage diabetes, the new year brings an updated Standards of Care. Every year, the American Diabetes Association publishes the year’s Standards of Care. It comes with recommendation and the areas that providers should apply to their care of patients with diabetes. The purpose of this is to pull out what I found interesting and the topics I believed were notable. I am not reviewing the whole document line by line in this video but simply discussing some of the main ideas in the 2021 Diabetes Standards of Medical Care specifically FACILITATING BEHAVIOR CHANGE with patients with diabetes and those at risk for diabetes. Again, let me mention that I am focusing on section 5 of the Standards of Care but see the full Standard below:
+2021 Diabetes Standards of Medical Care: https://care.diabetesjournals.org/content/44/Supplement_1
+Goal Setting for Nurses: https://youtu.be/PM-wslO8LZA
+SMART Goals Workbook (The NP Diabetes Starter Pack): https://adept-creator-4162.ck.page/diabetesstarterpack
+Food Guidelines for Diabetes: https://youtu.be/3scTn9n6qcE
+Tuesday Tips: https://youtube.com/playlist?list=PL8lxR_KNV1ve8ZUTTPA47FdNwMyKQ3f-a
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Welcome to Kim E. The Diabetes NP Channel!!! My name is Kim E. and I have a love and passion for prediabetes and Diabetes Mellitus Type 2. I went on a journey a while ago to build upon my knowledge of the disease and found it difficult to find concise and useful information. I realized at that moment that we, as nurse practitioners, needed a resource like this. As I began learning more about the disease and the new advances in education and management, I wanted to be apart of the solution for my fellow colleagues. If this is something that interests you, please come along with me as we grow in our knowledge of Diabetes to better serve our patients.
DISCLAIMER FOR PATIENTS:
The information on this platform is to serve as general education for diabetic patients. It IS NOT intended to be a substitute for seeking professional medical care. In fact, Kim E. urges you to have a consistent management and follow up relationship with your primary care provider (PCP). NOTE: Please understand that though Kim E. is very knowledgeable in the area of diabetes, there is no way that she would be able to know every patient’s past medical history, co-morbidities, and complications that view her videos. She claims no liability or responsibility for your health and medical conditions as that is the responsibility of your primary care provider. The purpose of the videos are for educational purposes ONLY and NOT for EVALUATION, DIAGNOSING, or TREATING those with diabetes. If you have any questions further than what is covered in the GENERAL educational videos, follow up with your primary care physician. All content is for general educational purposes only and should be used to augment your knowledge.
DISCLAIMER FOR PROVIDERS:
The information and services on this platform are to serve as an adjunct resource to your nursing practice. They ARE NOT intended to be a substitute for professional judgement. REMEMBER: You know your patient population and their specific needs and conditions. Please understand that though I am very knowledgeable in the area of diabetes, I do not know every patient’s past medical history, co-morbidities, and complications. Use your clinical discernment as to what treatment is best for each of your patients. All content is for general educational purposes only and should be used augment your knowledge.
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