The ADE Publication

The Australian Diabetes Educator (ADE) is a quarterly online publication produced for members of the Australian Diabetes Educators Association (ADEA). The publication is distributed to a readership of over 2,400 ADEA members, subscribers and authors.

ADE readership is primarily Credentialled Diabetes Educators and multidisciplinary health professionals such as Registered Nurses, Nurse Practitioners, Registered Midwives, Dietitians, Pharmacists, Exercise Physiologists, Aboriginal and/or Torres strait islander health workers/practitioners, Endocrinologists, Podiatrists, Medical Practitioners, Physiotherapists, etc. It is designed for people actively working with people with diabetes in a wide variety of settings.

Read the Latest Edition here

The ADE Publishing Team will work with our authors and partners and plan four editions each year.

The Publishing Team encourage articles from members and researchers that demonstrate practice advice and new research in the field of diabetes education. Article writing and submission information can be found on the ADE publication site (link below), under the ‘About’ page.

Advertising opportunities exist in the publication (banner ads and advertorials) as well as in the member e-newsletters that promote the ADE. Podcasts are also an option to coincide with the ADE advertorials and advertisements. For further information on advertising, please click on the link below and go to the ‘About’ page.

Subscription for non- ADEA members to the ADE publication is available. Check out the information on the ‘About’ page at the link below.

Please visit https://ade.adea.com.au for more information.

The ADE Publication

The Australian Diabetes Educator (ADE) is a quarterly online publication produced for members of the Australian Diabetes Educators Association (ADEA). The publication is distributed to a readership of over 2,400 ADEA members, subscribers and authors.

ADE readership is primarily Credentialled Diabetes Educators and multidisciplinary health professionals such as Registered Nurses, Nurse Practitioners, Registered Midwives, Dietitians, Pharmacists, Exercise Physiologists, Aboriginal and/or Torres strait islander health workers/practitioners, Endocrinologists, Podiatrists, Medical Practitioners, Physiotherapists, etc. It is designed for people actively working with people with diabetes in a wide variety of settings.

Read the Latest Edition here

The ADE Publishing Team will work with our authors and partners and plan four editions each year.

  • ADE March
  • ADE June
  • ADE September
  • ADE December

The Publishing Team encourage articles from members and researchers that demonstrate practice advice and new research in the field of diabetes education. Article writing and submission information can be found on the ADE publication site (link below), under the ‘About’ page.

Advertising opportunities exist in the publication (banner ads and advertorials) as well as in the member e-newsletters that promote the ADE. Podcasts are also an option to coincide with the ADE advertorials and advertisements. For further information on advertising, please click on the link below and go to the ‘About’ page.

Subscription for non- ADEA members to the ADE publication is available. Check out the information on the ‘About’ page at the link below.

Please visit https://ade.adea.com.au for more information.