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Joy Pape, MSN, FNP-C, CDE, WOCN, CFCN, FAADE

Joy Pape, MSN, FNP-C, CDE, WOCN, CFCN, FAADE
(Associate Medical Editor Diabetes In Control) Clinical Nurse Practitioner, CDE, Comprehensive Weight Control Center, Weill Cornell Medical College; President of EnJoy Life! Health Consulting, New York City, NY; co-author of the Real-Life Guide to Diabetes; Immediate Past President for the Metropolitan New York Association of the American Diabetes Association of Diabetes Educators (MNYADE). As an internationally known family nurse practitioner (FNP) and certified diabetes educator (CDE), Joy Pape specializes in diabetes, weight management, home blood pressure monitoring, sleep, and foot care. She is the co-author of the Real-Life Guide to Diabetes (The American Diabetes Association). She writes for several national magazines, is a dynamic national motivational presenter for both health-care professionals and the general public, and is a partner of Laugh it Off! a health edutainment team. Joy says, “Most important is that I still see patients. That is my passion…to connect with my patients so that together we can help them reach their optimum health.

Kathleen Wyne 2018 Transcript

In this Exclusive Interview transcript, Kathleen Wyne talks with Diabetes in Control Medical Editor Joy Pape during the AACE 2018 convention in Boston, MA about adult onset type 1 diabetes and its misdiagnosis, and how to determine whether a patient has type 1 or type 2 diabetes.

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Summer Travel: Don’t Forget the Feet!

Summer, a time for travel for so many. Over the next few weeks, we will look at ways to prevent disasters during or after travel. When it comes to travel plans, a lot of people who have diabetes are most concerned about their medications — getting, bringing enough with them and so many issues associated with that. I've found most aren't concerned about protecting their feet.

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The Real Story Continues

When we first met this patient, he did not think he was getting the right treatment. When he visited one week later... When I asked him, and told him I would not judge him, he admitted to drinking a tea his mother recommended to bring down his glucose. He then mentioned several other supplements. His glucose was not lower, but higher.

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