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NDEP Articles


The following diabetes articles, published in NASN School Nurse, are brought to you by the National Diabetes Education Program (NDEP), a joint program of the National Institutes of Health and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.


Karimbakas, J. (2013). HBO's the weight of the nation for kidsNASN School Nurse. 28(6), 290-291.

Linder, B. & Imperatore, G. (2013). Research Updates on Type 2 Diabetes in Children. NASN School Nurse. 28(3), 123-140.  

Owens, M. D., Allweiss, G., & Allweiss, P. (2013). Addressing Diabetes and Depression in the School Setting. NASN School Nurse. 28(1), 15-19.


Kadohiro, J.K. (2012). What Is It Like to Be a Teen with Diabetes? NASN School Nurse. 27(6), 301-303.

Butler, S. & Wyckoff, L. (2012). Addressing the Emergency Preparedness Needs of Students with Diabetes. NASN School Nurse. 27(3), 160-162.

Marschilok, C., Shea, L., & Greenberg, R. (2012). Helping Students Make a Plan to Manage Their Diabetes. NASN School Nurse. 27(2), 69-71.


Warren-Boulton, E. & Bobo, M. (2011). National Diabetes Education Program Resources for Schools. NASN School Nurse. 26(6), 341-343.  

Hitchcock, J. (2011). School Nurses Lead the Team: Successful Relationships with Families of Children with Diabetes. NASN School Nurse. 26(5), 294-295. 

Marschilok, C., Silverstein, J., & Greenberg, R. (2011). Managing Diabetes Effectively in the School Setting: Case Studies and Frequently Asked Questions. NASN School Nurse. 26(4), 218-220. 

Brown, R.D. (2011). The Traffic Light Diet Can Lower Risk for Obesity and Diabetes. NASN School Nurse. 26(3), 152-154.

McDonough, S. & Engel, L. (2011). Promoting health: using NDEP’s support for behavior change resource to help kids learn healthy habits. NASN School Nurse. 26(2), 87-88.

Smith, L.B., & Storch, E.A. (2011). Stress, coping, and diabetes support groups. NASN School Nurse. 26(1), 24-25.


Kaufman, F.R., Jackson, C., & Bobo, N. (2010). Health care plans to manage diabetes at school. NASN School Nurse. 25(6), 276-278.

Bobo, N. & Silverstein, J. (2010) Designing diabetes management training for school personnel using a three-level approach. NASN School Nurse. 25(5), 216-218.

Brown, R. (2010). To catch a thief: recognizing diabetes. NASN School Nurse. 25(4), 164-166.

Bobo, N. & Butler, S. (2010). The transition from pediatric to adult diabetes health care. NASN School Nurse. 25(3), 114-115.

Kollipara, S. (2010). Comorbidities associated with type 1 diabetes. NASN School Nurse. 25(1), 19-21. 


Evert, A. (2009). Meal planning tips for children and adolescents with diabetes NASN School Nurse. 24(6), 246-248.

Kadohiro, J.K. (2009). Managing hypoglycemia in the school settingNASN School Nurse. 24(5), 190-193. 

Schantz, S., & Bobo, N. (2009). School program for screening students at risk for diabetes: the school nurse childhood obesity prevention education programNASN School Nurse. 24(4), 150-154. 

Kaufman, F. R. (2009). Hyperglycemia management in students with diabetesNASN School Nurse. 24(3), 108-110. 

Roemer, J. B. (2009). Emotional and psychological considerations of children with diabetes: tips for school nurses. NASN School Nurse. 24(2), 60-61. 

Marschilok, C. (2009). Insulin pump therapyNASN School Nurse. 24(1), 25-26.


Kollipara, S., & Warren-Boulton, E. (2008). Diabetes and physical activity in schoolNASN Newsletter. 23(6), 203-204.

Kaufman, F. (2008). International campaign to reduce the incidence of DKANASN Newsletter. 23(5), 151-152. 

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