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CornerStone Vol. 22, No. 3 Winter 2012
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Beating the Odds: Two Women Fight Heart Disease
Nassau County Executive Edward P. Mangano Recognizes NYU Winthrop for its Dedication
Patients Get Their Lives Back via NYU Winthrop’s Movement Disorders Program
The Gift of Sight Restored
NYU Winthrop’s Pulmonary Rehabilitation Program: A Breath of Fresh Air for Pulmonary Patients
NYU Winthrop Named to List of Nation’s “100 Hospitals with Great Women’s Health Programs”
NYU Winthrop’s Home Health Agency Named to the Top 500 of the 2012 HomeCare Elite™
Caring for Mind, Body & Spirit
Bereavement Support for Those Who are Grieving and Healing
NYU Winthrop Supports National Breast Cancer Awareness Month
Integrating Technology into Diabetes Education
Clinical Trials at NYU Winthrop
The Big Easy Exceeds $1,000,000 Milestone for NYU Winthrop
Local Artists Bring Splashes of Hope to NYU Winthrop
Yuletide Ball Raises Over $200,000 for NYU Winthrop’s Child Life Program
Evening of Tasting and Giving Raises Funds for Pediatric Patients
Cancer Center for Kids Benefits from Generous Hess Corporate Grant
Gregg’s Wings Golf Outing Scores Hole-in-One for NYU Winthrop’s Cancer Center for Kids
10th Annual Celebration of Life
Hurricane Sandy Volunteer Receives Treatment at NYU Winthrop
Helping Those in Need
Quilters Bring a “Touch of Comfort” to Patients
Support for Hurricane Sandy Victims
Senator Fuschillo “Extends the Holidays”
McCann Endoscopy Center at NYU Winthrop Receives Generous Donation
Kiwanis Club Supports Child Life Program
NYU Winthrop Celebrates Groundbreaking of New Research Institute
 

Integrating Technology into Diabetes Education

integrating technology into diabetes education

Committed to providing state-of-the-art, individualized care for children, adolescents and adults with diabetes, NYU Winthrop recently hosted “Integration of Emerging Technology into Diabetes Education,” a hands-on program designed to challenge NYU Winthrop’s Certified Diabetes Educators to use existing and emerging technology when teaching patients about diabetes self-management. Presented by Marcia Draheim, RN, CDE, Past President of the American Association of Diabetes Educators and President of Draheim Dimensional Presentations, the program’s pragmatic focus helped NYU Winthrop’s Diabetes Educators develop ways to integrate emerging and existing technology into their diabetes education services. Organized through the NYU Winthrop Diabetes and Obesity Institute, the program’s participants included Certified Diabetes Educators from NYU Winthrop’s Diabetes Education Center as well as members of NYU Winthrop’s Pediatric Diabetes Education Program, Cardiovascular Medical Associates’ Diabetes Education Program, NYU Winthrop’s Division of Endocrinology Comprehensive Center for Diabetes Care, and the Hospital-wide Insulin Safety Committee.