Diabetes Educator – CDE Certification Review (Knowledge Testing)

Certified Diabetes Educator (CDE) Review, 600 multiple choice questions.

Provides key information you need to know to pass the board and certification exam.

All questions have explanations with keywords linked to additional online references.

Correct answer is on the next page after the question with explanations and links to further research the key point(s) covered in each question.


Depressive Symptoms and Knowledge in Diabetes Management: An exploration of their relationship in low-income persons with type II diabetes mellitus

Diabetes mellitus is a complex disease requiring extensive strategies for effective management. Self-management of diabetes can be expensive and challenging for low-income patients. Current diabetes education and management programs largely target persons with higher levels of formal education and incomes. Kemper, Savage, Niederbaumer, and Anthony (2005) explored differences in knowledge about diabetes among low-income persons who had varying levels of formal education. The present study proposes to extend Kemper et al.’s study to examine the predictive relationship between diabetes self-management knowledge and level of formal education on depressive symptoms in low-income persons with diabetes mellitus. Results may guide nurses in designing effective diabetic education for low income persons who have varying degrees of depression symptoms and varying degrees of diabetes self-management knowledge.


How To Take Control Of Your Type 2 Diabetes – “Knowledge = Peace Of Mind” – Get This Now!

Do you suffer from type 2 diabetes or know someone close to you that does?
Are you concerned that you may be “pre-diabetic?

Or even if you just want to familiarize yourself with the condition.

In “How To Take Control Of Your Type 2 Diabetes” you will learn…

Exactly what type 2 diabetes is, how it develops and how it differs from type 1.

what the warning signs are, could you be at risk.

How to find out if you have type 2 diabetes and what to do next.

How to tell if you are “pre diabetic” and what may be causing it .

Understanding you blood sugar levels and what it means for you.

The importance of diet nutrition and exercise. How to eat and exercise to dramatically improve your condition.

Treatment options.

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