Diabetes Care “On Air” is the monthly podcast of the American Diabetes Association’s premier clinical research journal Diabetes Care. In each episode, co-hosts Alice Cheng, MD, FRCPC, and Michael Rickels, MD, MS, interview key authors of editor-selected feature articles and highlight the latest research presented in Diabetes Care. The podcast is intended for diabetes researchers and specialists, endocrinologists, and other health care professionals. Join Alice and Mike as they explore the latest high-impact research and information on diabetes care, treatment, and prevention. Access the most recent episode at diabetesjournals.org/care/pages/diabetes_care_on_air.

If diabetes has had an impact on your life, whether you have diabetes or care for someone who has diabetes, please consider submitting your original artwork for publication on the cover of an issue of Diabetes Care. Artwork submission and selection are completely independent from manuscript submission and the peer review process—artwork sent for consideration on the cover is not required to be related to an article submitted to or published in the journal. Diabetes Care will consider images of artwork of any subject or medium. For more information, please visit diabetesjournals.org/care/pages/submit_a_cover_image.

The 83rd annual American Diabetes Association Scientific Sessions will be held in San Diego, California, 23–26 June 2023, at the San Diego Convention Center. For information regarding the American Diabetes Association’s COVID-19 policy, travel and transportation, and more, please visit professional.diabetes.org/scientific-sessions.

The American Diabetes Association’s Standards of Care in Diabetes—2023 (diabetesjournals.org/care/issue/46/Supplement_1) is based on a complete review of the relevant literature and is intended to provide clinicians, researchers, policy makers, and other interested individuals with the components of diabetes care, general treatment goals, and tools to evaluate the quality of care. The American Diabetes Association Professional Practice Committee updates the Standards of Care annually and strives to include discussion of emerging clinical considerations. In a special edition of “Diabetes Core Update,” American Diabetes Association’s Chief Scientific and Medical Officer Robert Gabbay, MD, PhD, discusses the 2023 changes regarding cardiovascular risk reduction. To access the podcast, please visit diabetesjournals.org/journals/pages/standards-of-care-2023.

Diabetes is the leading cause of vision loss in people 18–64 years old. Annual exams can help reduce the risk for vision loss. There are three new American Diabetes Association eye health continuing education courses being offered. These courses will cover how to recognize diabetes-related retinal disease (DRD), how to screen and treat DRD, how to interact with patients affected or at risk of DRD, and more. For more information, please visit professionaleducation.diabetes.org/ProductInfo/DR2022.

Clinical Diabetes recently published an article collection outlining recent work by the T1D Exchange Quality Improvement Collaborative (T1DX-QI), a learning health system focusing on quality improvement (QI) projects to enhance the care of people with type 1 diabetes. The latest collection includes a review describing the design and implementation of the QI Portal, two companion studies exploring the factors associated with achieving recommended A1C targets in pediatric and adult patients with type 1 diabetes, and more. Please visit diabetesjournals.org/collection/1507/Leveraging-Real-World-Data-for-Quality-Improvement.

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