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Tag: Michelle Magee

Implementation Science: Time and Motion Research to Improve Inpatient Diabetes Education at MedStar

Recently published research evaluated nurse and patient care technician workflow to identify opportunities for providing Read More »

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Man sitting on couch, testing blood glucose with monitor

MedStar Investigators Evaluate Validity and Reliability of Diabetes Survival Skills Knowledge Test

MedStar Health investigators examined the validity and reliability of the KNOW Diabetes test, a survival Read More »

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Diabetes to Go

Diabetes to Go Overview Diabetes self-management education and support (DSMES) is key to reducing the Read More »

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Collaborative Research Team Investigates a Diabetes Education Program

Recently published research investigated the potential of a diabetes education program aimed at educating hospital Read More »

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Collaborative Team Publishes Findings from Diabetes Bootcamp Program at MedStar Health

Published online ahead of print in The Journal of Nursing Care Quality, the study sought Read More »

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Michelle Magee, MD, presenting the Diabetes Boot Camp at the American Diabetes Association’s78th Scientific Sessions.

Translating Research to Practice: Rolling out MedStar’s Diabetes Boot Camp at the National Level

A guest post from Joan K Bardsley, MBA, RN, CDE, FAADE, Assistant Vice President of Read More »

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Meet “MedStar Healthy”: Making Healthy Eating—and Living—Easier

By Michelle F. Magee, MD

In fall 2016, MedStar Health took a significant step toward supporting healthy eating for our Read More »

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Congratulations to the 2016 MedStar Diabetes Fund Grant Recipients

The goal of the MedStar Diabetes Research Grant is to support investigators in the field Read More »

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