For people with diabetes, it’s important to have the skills and knowledge to properly manage behaviors that affect diabetes. Diabetes educators can help patients make better self-management decisions with Diabetes Self-Management Education and Support (DSMES). The Kentucky Diabetes Network provides information on the perks of diabetes education below.


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Ready to learn more about managing diabetes? Call the UofL Physicians – Diabetes and Obesity Center at 502-588-4600.

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Article by: Beth A. Ackerman, R.D.

Beth Ackerman, R.D., is a registered dietitian and a certified diabetes educator with the UofL Physicians – Diabetes and Obesity Center. Beth is on the team of educators of the ADA-approved diabetes education team at UofL Physicians. She has counseled people with diabetes for more than 25 years. Ackerman serves as the Diabetes Prevention Program Workgroup co-chair for the Kentucky Diabetes Network and volunteers at Camp Hendon, a diabetes camp for children.

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