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.


Brown, C. (2016). 21st-Century diabetes: technology leads the way. NASN School Nurse.31(5): 254-256, first published on August 1, 2016 doi:10.1177/1942602X16661198

Jackson, C. C. & Albanese-O’Neill, A. (2016). Supporting the student’s graduated independence in diabetes care. NASN School Nurse. 31(4): 202-204, first published on June 3, 2016 doi:10.1177/1942602X16651749


Siminerio, L.M. (2015). Diabetes education and support: a must for students with diabetes. NASN School Nurse. 30(6), 320-321. doi:10.1177/1942602X15608685

Brown, C. (2015). Recognizing diabetes in children: what does it look like? NASN School Nurse. 30(3), 150-152.


Owens-Gary, M. & Shea, L. (2014). Double jeopardy: Addressing diabetes and eating disorders among adolescents in the school setting. NASN School Nurse. 29(6), 292-294.

Constance, A. (2014). Nutrition issues for youth with diabetes. NASN School Nurse. 29(5), 230-231. 

Gallivan, J. & Greenberg, R.H. (2014). Diabetes and youth resources for school nurses: An update from the national diabetes education program. NASN School Nurse. 29(4), 170-171. 


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.