Why a Patient Story Matters - Addressing Psychosocial Needs During Diabetes Education
90-minute Webinar Recording
Effective dates for CE credit: 9/20/2017 – 9/20/2020
This 90-minute webinar is designed to address the psychosocial components that often feel like 'unchartered waters' for diabetes educators. Even when diabetes educators are well-versed in the lifestyle components of diabetes self-management education and support (DSMES), we often struggle to identify and address the many social, emotional and mental barriers to diabetes self-management behaviors. The use of behavior modification techniques by diabetes educators can assist each individual meet the goals and targets that are set to improve outcomes - not only health measures, such as blood sugars, blood pressure or weight, but also those changes for an individual's own quality of life. Adding to our behavior change skills as diabetes educators is a key component in prevention as well as management. Directly addressing the psychosocial components that affect people with diabetes serves to increase quality of life satisfaction and empower those individuals to make behavior changes and improve health outcomes. If you are interested in learning a few techniques to make your role as a diabetes educator a little bit easier, this session is for you.
The purpose of this activity is to enable the learner to address psychosocial components and utilize behavior change theories and techniques to improve services for people with diabetes.
At the end of this presentation, the participant will be able to:
-- Recognize psychosocial components within diabetes self-management education.
-- Identify behavior modification techniques that can facilitate behavior change in patients with diabetes.
-- Identify at least 2 questions to use to establish a connection with patients, identify the level of knowledge, or assess for signs of depression.
This recording of an online presentation is a knowledge-based learning activity.
The AADE Webinars are knowledge-based activities designed for individual or groups of diabetes educators, including RNs, RDs, Pharmacists, Nurse Practitioners, Clinical Nurse Specialists, Physician Assistants, MDs, and other health care providers interested in staying up to date on current practices of care for their patients with diabetes and other related conditions.
Jennifer A. Markee, LMSW, CDE
Certified Diabetes Educator, Program Coordinator
BarnesCare - Corporate Health Services, BJC Healthcare
St. Louis, Missouri
Jennifer A. Markee, LMSW, CDE, is a Certified Diabetes Educator and licensed medical social worker with over 17 years’ experience in diabetes education. After obtaining her Certified Diabetes Educator certification in 2003, her roles in endocrinology practices and various diabetes related agencies established her as a valued and respected expert. At that time, there were less than 15 psychosocially-trained Certified Diabetes Educators in the nation. Markee developed and implemented education services in pediatric and adult practices, nonprofit and community organizations, corporate health services, as well as participated in research, publications, and presentations for diabetes-related entities. She currently works with BarnesCare Corporate Health Services developing and implementing corporate-based diabetes education services across the St. Louis Metropolitan area.
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Effective Dates: 9/20/2017 - 9/20/2020
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Jennifer A. Markee, LMSW, CDE - Consultant: Dexcom, Kelly Services
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Originally presented on: 9/20/2017
Expiration date: 9/20/2020
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