The Credentialed Diabetes Educator role will be the primary function of this position and is expected to take up the majority of the time, including maintaining credentialing and the ongoing certified professional development expected of a credentialed CDE including current membership of the Australian Diabetes Education Association (ADEA).

This role will be responsible for the delivery of nurse led diabetes education services for SM patients. The role will also provide leadership and education to other clinical colleagues including doctors, GP Registrars, medical and nurse students and allied health professionals.

The Primary Care Nurse part of the role may require participation in the SM nurse roster, as directed, to meet the SM patient focused care needs on a shared rotation basis with primary care nurse colleagues.

The role will assist in the provision, monitoring and review of care to patients to ensure quality standards are always achieved and maintained and all care delivered to a level that exceeds standards. Therefore, participation in the rostered nurse shifts, including Saturday mornings or late weekday clinics, working with the on-call doctor especially at the Daylesford clinic may be required including to back up the nurse led clinics from time to time.

For a confidential discussion about the role, please contact:

Lee-anne Potter
Clinical Team Leader
03 5348 2227
[email protected]

Applications must go through RWAV.

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