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Diabetes Care in the School Setting: A Position Statement of the American Diabetes Association

Published: Oct 21st, 2015

UFDI researcher Anastasia Albanese-O’Neill, Ph.D., ARNP, CDE contributed to this ADA publication in Diabetes Care.

Why should you consider participating in diabetes research?

Published: Oct 20th, 2015

UFDI investigators Desmond Schatz, M.D. and Anastasia Albanese-O’Neill, Ph.D. discuss patient participation in clinical trials in this diaTribe article.

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UF Jonas Scholar Aluma presents at Annual Nursing Conference

Published: Mar 23rd, 2015

Anastasia Albanese-O’Neil, Ph.D., assistant professor in the UF College of Nursing and Jonas Scholar alum, recently shared her research on mobile diabetes technology at the Southern Nursing Research Society annual conference. Read more.

ADA position statement addresses diabetes in child care setting

Published: Sep 23rd, 2014

Type 1 diabetes care for children aged 5 years or younger requires unique management, according to a recent position statement in Diabetes Care. Authors stress that pediatric diabetes patients need a proactive disease care plan that involves clinicians, parents/guardians and child care staff. Researchers also highlighted hurdles in pediatric diabetes care, including language barriers, health literacy and ethnic and cultural practices.

NATCO 37th Annual Meeting

Published: Jun 1st, 2012

The NATCO Annual Meeting is the premier meeting where transplant and procurement practitioners join together to learn cutting-edge skills and collaborate with colleagues from all areas of their profession.

Anastasia Albanese-O’Neill named a Jonas Scholar

Anastasia Albanese-O’Neill named a Jonas Scholar

Published: Apr 2nd, 2012

Anastasia Albanese-O’Neill, a diabetes nurse educator in the UF Health pediatric diabetes clinics was recently named a Jonas Scholar. This distinguished award will help her complete her doctoral studies and develop leadership skills. Care, Lead, Inspire continues at the College of Nursing.