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Diabetes

Patient Education PowerPointŪ UnitNew Edition

An Overview of Diabetes and Its Management

Third Edition

Product image DB507 Slide Show
Product Information
Logo of American Association of Diabetes Educators
Catalog #: DB-507
Edition: 3rd
Size: 118 images + leader notes
Format(s): CD-ROM
Language(s): English or Spanish

Summary

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This popular teaching unit, originally released in 2004, has now been updated to reflect the newest information about medications, pre-diabetes, diabetes and heart disease, and healthy behaviors. It includes the ten topic areas you need to cover in your recognized diabetes education programs. With the leader's notes, you have all the resources you need to communicate key concepts to patients, community audiences, or even other healthcare professionals. It will save you hours in preparation time and add professionalism to your presentations. This is a great "lecture in a box." Use the presentation as is, add your own slides, or rearrange the slides to fit your teaching needs.

The CD contains PowerPoint files of the slides, which you use through your own software.

Special price for buyers of the Spanish language version who buy or have bought the English language version at full price - only $99. Contact your Sales Representative at (800) 432-8433 for details.

This program reflects the latest diabetes teaching guidelines and terminology in these topic areas:
  • An Introduction to Diabetes
  • Diagnosis and Goals
  • Diabetes Management
  • Healthy Food Choices
  • Physical Activity
  • Blood Glucose Monitoring
  • Medications
  • Short-term Complications
  • Sick Day Management
  • Long-term Complications
  • Diabetes and Emotions
Acknowledgments:

Third Edition Revisions

Content Consultant

Michelle Sheldon-Rubio,  RN, BSN, CDE

Medical Writer

Judy Crespi-Lofton, MS

This unit could not have been produced without the invaluable assistance of the AADE External Material Reviewers

Additional Content Evaluators:

  • Jane Abbey, RN, CDE
  • Theresa Hewitt, RN, BSN, CDE
  • Melissa Mullins, MS, RD, CDE
  • Cheryl Williams, RN, CDE

First and Second Editions

Content Consultant

Cheryl Hunt, RN, MSEd, CDE

Medical Writer

Jean Wallace, PhD

Additional Content Evaluators

  • Lois Book, MS, EdD, BSN, RN
  • Linda Fevrier, RN, BSN, CDE
  • Nancy Glaser, MS, RD, CDE
  • Deborah Hinnen, RN, MN, CDE
  • Karmeen Kulkarni, RD, MS, CDE
  • Paige Robichaux, RN, CDE
  • Michelle Sheldon-Rubio, RN, BSN, CDE

Computer Requirements

  • Operating System:
    • Windows®  98, 2000, NT, ME, or XP
    • Mac OS 8.1 or higher
  • Microsoft PowerPoint® application (not included on the CD)

Samples

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Spanish
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This unit includes an accompanying text of extensive leader's notes. They'll save you many hours preparing and organizing your own presentation.

Each slide has its own page of leader's notes, including:

  • reproduction of the slide image
  • key messages
  • supporting points
  • suggested references for further information

On the CD-ROM, leader's notes are included in the PowerPoint® presentation itself and also as a PDF* file.

 

*requires Adobe Reader

Index

List of slides on the CD-ROM or in the slide set

Index

List of slides on the CD-ROM or in the slide set

  1. Introduction
  2. Diabetes Is
  3. What Happens When We Eat?
  4. Normal Blood Glucose Control
  5. High Blood Glucose (Hyperglycemia)
  6. Hyperglycemia Can Cause Serious Long-Term Problems
  7. Keeping Blood Glucose on Target Is Key to Managing Diabetes
  8. Two Main Types of Diabetes
  9. Type Diabetes
  10. Symptoms of Type Diabetes
  11. Managing Type Diabetes
  12. The Type 2 Diabetes Epidemic
  13. How Diabetes Progresses
  14. Can Type 2 Diabetes Be Prevented?
  15. Type 2 Diabetes
  16. Symptoms of Type 2 Diabetes
  17. Treatment for Type 2 Diabetes May Change Over a Lifetime
  18. The Good News About Diabetes
  19. Diagnosis and Goals
  20. Pre-diabetes or Diabetes?
  21. Know Your Target Blood Glucose Range
  22. A1c Blood Test
  23. Glucose and A1c Levels
  24. Diabetes Management
  25. Diabetes Management Plan
  26. Your Diabetes Care Team
  27. Diabetes Education: The Key to Your Care Plan
  28. Healthy Food Choices
  29. Healthy Food Choices Help Keep Blood Glucose on Target
  30. Choosing a Meal Plan
  31. Total Carbohydrates Count
  32. Control Portion Sizes
  33. Cut Down on Fat and Cholesterol
  34. Make Healthier Food Choices
  35. More Tips for Healthy Eating
  36. Visit www.MyPyramid.gov
  37. Using a Food Label
  38. Tips for Healthier Eating at Home
  39. Tips for Healthier Eating Dining Out
  40. Other Meal Planning Tools
  41. Modest Weight Loss... Major Gain in Health
  42. Use Alcohol Safely
  43. Physical Activity
  44. Good News About Physical Activity
  45. Getting Started with Physical Activity
  46. Physical Activity: Keep It Fun
  47. Aim for More Aerobic Activity
  48. Tips for Safe Physical Activity
  49. Physical Activity Can Lead to Low Blood Glucose (Hypoglycemia)
  50. Blood Glucose Monitoring
  51. Blood Glucose Testing Gives You a Picture of Your Diabetes Control
  52. Blood Glucose Monitoring: The Basics
  53. Keep a Log of Your Blood Glucose Readings
  54. Monitor Care and Storage Tips
  55. Blood Glucose Monitors
  56. Blood Glucose Testing Keeps Getting Easier
  57. Lab Tests for Diabetes
  58. Medications
  59. Diabetes Medications
  60. Oral Medications for Type 2 Diabetes: Sulfonylureas
  61. Oral Medications for Type 2 Diabetes: Meglitinides
  62. Oral Medications for Type 2 Diabetes: Insulin Sensitizers
  63. Oral Medications for Type 2 Diabetes: Biguanides
  64. Oral Medications for Type 2 Diabetes: Alpha-Glucosidase Inhibitors
  65. Non-insulin Medications for Type 2 Diabetes: The Incretin System
  66. Medications for Type 2 Diabetes: Synthetic Amylin
  67. Combination Medications for Type 2 Diabetes
  68. Types of Insulin
  69. Ways of Taking Insulin
  70. Rapid-Acting Insulins
  71. Short-Acting Insulins
  72. Intermediate-Acting Insulins
  73. Long-Acting Insulins
  74. Care for Insulin and Needles
  75. Insulin Injection Sites
  76. Tips for Safe Medication Use
  77. Short-Term Complications
  78. Understanding Hypoglycemia
  79. Symptoms of Hypoglycemia
  80. Preventing Hypoglycemia
  81. Treating Hypoglycemia
  82. Glucagon for Hypoglycemia
  83. Causes of Hyperglycemia (High Blood Glucose)
  84. Symptoms of Hyperglycemia
  85. Managing Hyperglycemia
  86. Understanding Ketoacidosis
  87. Preventing Ketoacidosis
  88. Sick-Day Management
  89. Be Prepared for Sick Days
  90. When Illness Occurs Follow Your Sick-Day Plan
  91. Sick-Day Plan
  92. Keep Sick-Day Supplies Handy
  93. During Illness, Call Your Care Team If You Have:
  94. Long-Term Complications
  95. Diabetes Increases the Risk of Large Blood Vessel Damage
  96. Take Steps to Reduce Risk Factors for Heart Disease
  97. Diabetes Can Lead to Nerve and Small Blood Vessel Damage
  98. Good News for Type 1 Diabetes
  99. Good News for Type 2 Diabetes
  100. Adopt a Healthy Lifestyle
  101. Keep Your Blood Pressure In Check
  102. Detect Eye Problems in Diabetes Early
  103. Detect Kidney Problems in Diabetes Early
  104. Keep Feet Healthy
  105. Choose Properly Fitted Shoes
  106. Inspect Feet Every Day
  107. Tips for Foot and Skin Care
  108. An Annual Foot Exam Is a Must!
  109. Schedule Regular Visits with Diabetes Care Providers
  110. Diabetes and Emotions
  111. Managing Diabetes Is a Lifelong Process
  112. Learn How to Manage Stress
  113. Diabetes and Sexuality
  114. Depression in Diabetes Is Common
  115. Depression is Highly Treatable
  116. Find Diabetes Educators in Your Area
  117. Resources for People with Diabetes
  118. AADE 7 Self-Care Behaviors

Changes

Third Edition Revisions to Unit 1
Original slide # New slide # Title Slide revision Leader's Notes revision
1 1 Introduction   Updated first reference
2 2 Diabetes Is…   Updated first bullet statistics
9 9 Type 1 Diabetes Updated insulin bottle  
11 11 Managing Type 1 Diabetes Updated insulin bottle  
12 12 The Type 2 Diabetes Epidemic Updated chart Updated first bullet
  13 How Diabetes Progresses NEW slide  
14 15 Type 2 Diabetes   Revised web link for ADA Risk Test
16 17 Treatment for Type 2 Diabetes May Change Over a Lifetime Changed text and added insulin pen to bottom box  
18 19 Diagnosis and Goals   Updated first reference
19 20 Pre-diabetes or Diabetes?   Updated first bullet statistic
21 22 A1C Blood Test Changed text for "people without diabetes" and added 4.5% bar  
24 25 Diabetes Management Plan Updated medication graphic  
26 27 Diabetes Education: The Key to Your Care Plan Updated middle photo  
35 36 Visit www.MyPyramid.gov Updated food pyramid Updated notes for new pyramid
49 50 Blood Glucose Monitoring Updated meter in photo  
54 55 Blood Glucose Monitors Updated all meters in photo  
55 56 Blood Glucose Testing Keeps Getting Easier All new content Revised key message and first three bullets, added fourth bullet
57 58 Medications Updated Icon  
58 59 Diabetes Medications Updated both photos  
61 62 Oral Medications for Type 2 Diabetes: Insulin Sensitizers   Revised seond bullet and added note about rosiglitazone
62 63 Oral Medications for Type 2 Diabetes: Biguanides   Deleted second bullet
  65 Non-insulin Medications for Type 2 Diabetes: The Incretin System NEW slide  
  66 Medications for Type 2 Diabetes:Synthetic Amylin NEW slide  
  67 Combination Medications for Type 2 Diabetes NEW slide  
64 68 Types of Insulin Updated text for intermediate and long-acting insulin  
  69 Ways of Taking Insulin NEW slide  
65 70 Rapid-Acting Insulins Changed text above graph Revised third bullet
66 71 Short-Acting Insulins   Revised third bullet
67 72 Intermediate-Acting  Insulins Changed graph, text above graph, and bulleted points Revised all notes
68 73 Long-Acting Insulins Both charts revised Revised all notes
69 74 Care for Insulin and Needles Changed photo Revised first bullet
75 80 Preventing Hypoglycemia Added "fast acting" to second bullet  
81 86 Understanding Ketoacidosis Updated photo with insulin pen  
87 92 Keep Sick-Day Supplies Handy Updated medication and glucose monitor photos  
88 93 During Illness, Call Your Care Team If You Have:   Added fourth bullet on HHS
90 95 Diabetes Increases the Risk of Large Blood Vessel Damage   Revised firtst bullet and reference
91 96 Take Steps to Reduce Risk Factors for Heart Disease   Added third bullet on low-dose aspirin
93 98 Good News for Type 1 Diabetes Added heart disease risk reduction based on EDIC study Revised key message and second bullet
96 101 Keep Your Blood Pressure In Check Changed text below left photo  
97 102 Detect Eye Problems in Diabetes Early Updated photo  
111 116 Find Diabetes Educators in Your Area   Updated AADE address

Product FAQs

 

 

Is this slide set available in Spanish?

Yes, a Spanish version was released in December 2004 in PowerPoint only.

Will the slide set be updated?

It was revised and released as a Second Edition in December 2004. Seventeen slides and thirty leader's note pages were revised. All previous buyers were given a free exchangeand again as a Third Edition in March 2008. Five new slides were added, 24 slides were updated, and 20 leader’s notes were revised in the Third Edition. Update exchanges are free or substantially discounted based on your original date of purchase.

What's included on the CD-ROM and how do I use it?

This CD-ROM is deceptively simple to use. It is compatible with a Mac or a PC. In order to use the CD-ROM you must own the Microsoft PowerPoint® software and a word processing software.

Included on the CD-ROM is a set of PowerPoint® files which includes the complete unit (118 slides) as one file and each chapter as a separate file. This is simply for your convenience if you want to use the unit broken down into smaller groups of slides or you do not have enough computer memory to work with a large file of the complete unit. Put the CD in the drive. Open your software on your own computer, e.g. PowerPoint®. Through the open command of your software, you can locate the CD drive and click on the PowerPoint® file you want to open.

The text is provided in several ways— first in the PowerPoint® unit itself, then as a PDF file of how it appears as a printed text, and as a Word® rich text format file which you can open through your own word processing software through the open command.

The licensing agreement is on the CD in a separate pdf file.

What formats are available?

Traditional 35mm slides and It is only available in a  Microsoft® PowerPoint®file. We have discontinued the 35mm slide format. You must already own the PowerPoint® software to use this file.

Is the PowerPoint CD-ROM compatible with PC and Mac?

Yes, it is.

Can an older computer handle this program?

If you don't have enough computer memory to work with the complete file, we've also broken down the set into smaller groups of slides.

Can I mix the AADE slides with slides from other sources or slides I create myself?

That's fine.

Can I make content changes to the slides?

No, all slide content is approved by the AADE and is copyrighted. It can’t be changed or adapted without written permission of Milner-Fenwick.

Can I create multiple presentations in PowerPoint for different audiences?

Yes, you can create multiple presentations for varying audiences and time limitations for your own use only. They may be stored on your hard drive.

Can I create my own leader’s notes or modify the leader’s notes provided?

Yes, the leader’s notes are provided to assist you in planning and preparing your presentations. Feel free to customize the leader’s notes for your needs.

Do printed leader’s notes come with the PowerPoint CD-ROM?

The leaders notes do not come as printed text. They are on the CD-ROM in two formats. They accompany the slide images in all the PowerPoint files and also as a PDF file. You can print any leader’s notes pages from your PC in these formats.

Can I create printed handouts of the slides for my patients?

Yes, within specific guidelines. The printouts you distribute must be from slides used in the specific presentation. Those people receiving copies of the handouts must be attendees of the presentation. The handouts should acknowledge that the slides are taken from the Patient Education PowerPoint® Unit 1, An Overview of Diabetes and Its Management, copyright 20032008, Milner-Fenwick, Inc.

In what circumstances am I not licensed to use handouts from the slide unit?

This would include any use independent of supporting a slide presentation. In other words, you can’t print handouts from the slide images and use them as a stand-alone educational resource.

Can I use any of the material in any commercial project?

Not without written permission. All uses as outlined above are strictly for educational settings only. In addition, all output and copies you make of the software, regardless of their form, and must prominently display Milner-Fenwick’s copyright notice.

Can I share the CD with colleagues?

The list price for the CD-ROM is for a single user at one facility. However if it is used within a specific department at a facility to serve the same group of patients, that would be acceptable. The slide set cannot be shared with anyone from another facility.

Can I put the CD-ROM on my facility’s server, intranet or internet for colleagues to share?

Not at the single user price. However a licensing arrangement can be worked out for any situation.

Who can I contact for other uses, licensing arrangements, or bulk purchases?

Call your customer representative at Milner-Fenwick at (800) 432-8433, write to Licensing Department, Milner-Fenwick, Inc., 119 Lakefront Drive, Hunt Valley, MD 21030-2216, fax your request to (410) 252-6316, or e-mail us at sales@milner-fenwick.com.

 

License Agreement

The CD-ROM is licensed for use only on a single computer. The content of the slides may not be duplicated or altered in any manner. However, the presentation is designed for you to add your own slides and create your own custom lectures. You may also rearrange the presentation to suite your teaching needs. Any printouts you distribute must be from slides used in the specific presentation. Those people receiving copies of the handouts must be attendees of the presentation.

Contact Milner-Fenwick for complete rights and limitations or if you require a quote to network or reproduce this product or have any special requirements.