#7: Kelly McKeever, RN, CDE and PWD | Person First Language, Low-Carb vs. High-Carb Diets, Skinny Pants Syndrome

Real Life Diabetes Podcast 7

At the age of 13, can an event define your career path? For Kelly, it happened. We discussed how he became a diabetes health professional, his top advice, his approach to patients, the importance of the diabetes online community, and the story behind how he received his diabetes diagnosis, from a football coach. Kelly joined the DDG team over in Amber’s living room, on a sweltering Oklahoma summer day.

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8 thoughts on “#7: Kelly McKeever, RN, CDE and PWD | Person First Language, Low-Carb vs. High-Carb Diets, Skinny Pants Syndrome

  1. GREAT show! I recently took a job with a diabetes supply provider and this was incredibly illuminating for me in my quest to learn more about the disease. One of my tasks is to develop training materials/online learning for onboarding new customer care agents into our company – I’m definitely going to make this podcast a part of the training course that I’m developing. Looking forward to future shows – keep up the great work!

    ~Matt Montagne
    Healthy Living Medical Supply
    Troy, Michigan

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