Foundation / Corporation
American Association of Diabetes Educators (AADE), Education and Research Foundation, supported by Valiteras
03/02/15 5:00 PM
Grant of $3,000 to a USA diabetes educator for the development or implementation of a concept for the innovative use of media and technology to advance diabetes self-management education and training. The project should have the potential to significantly improve self-management among individual patient practices or broad diabetes populations.
The recipient receives a $3,000 grant for development of the project. In addition, the recipient will receive complementary registration to the AADE Annual Meeting & Exhibition for the next consecutive year to present their concept.
-Significance of innovative practice, tool, media channel or approach in enhancing DSME.
-Potential to affect large diabetes populations.
-Clarity, feasibility, sustainability.
-Potential for other educators to use project/tool in their practices.
-Alignment with AADE mission and strategic direction.
GrantWatch ID#: 150818
The proposed project must be completed within twelve months of funding to be eligible to present at the AADE Annual Meeting and Exhibition the following year. The recipient will be required to submit an abstract by mid-October 2015 for the 2016 Meeting.
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American Association of Diabetes Educators
200 W. Madison Street, Suite 800
Chicago, IL 60606
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