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Diabetes Mellitus (degree Level)

A module for the practitioner, carer, or person with diabetes or related syndromes, which explores care issues and complication prevention Visit: Professional Development Unit, Level 4 Rolle Building, Plymouth University, Drake Circus, Plymouth, PL4 8AA United Kingdom Whether its study days, modules, short courses, degrees or masters programmes that you are looking for, we're sure to have something to suit your needs and circumstances, so why not join our mailing list . This 20 credit degree-level module is aimed atpractitioners, carers and/or people with diabetes or related syndromes. You will explore care issues and complication prevention as well as increasing your capacity for evidence based enquiryin disease pathwaysrelating to diabetes mellitus and insulin resistance. This module is basedupon the new competencies and explorescore knowledge and care issues relating to diabetes mellitus, pre-diabetes,management issues and complication prevention. Complete our survey for the chance to win a 20 Amazon voucher Blended learning approach with face to face delivery in Plymouth *This module was previously known as HEAB396 At the end of the module you will be able to: demonstratedevel Continue reading >>

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    My username is wantmorenurse. I am an RN with 23 years of Emergency Nursing experience. I have worked PRN in IV therapy and home health. Over the last 5 years I have held the position of Director of the ED. I want to do something different. A couple of years ago, I was diagnosed with Diabetes. I want so much to help educate communities, patients on what diabetes is and how to prevent/manage etc. I have searched the web and see a specialty for diabetes nurse educator. I want to know how I can begin to get hours educating for experience and preparation for the certification?

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    I'm an RN working in med/surg. I want to become a diabetes nurse educator. Does anyone know what the steps to take? Everywhere I look, it seems I need 2 years experience with diabetes patients. How do I do that before becoming a diabetic educator? Does anyone know what's the salary like?

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    I checked into becoming a diabetic nurse educator a year or so ago and the hours required are many. My floor doesn't get many newly diagnosed diabetics. I had no idea where I would get the hours, couldn't find a hospital with a diabetic nurse educator to precept me. I gave up. Here's their website. I heard the pay was a couple a bucks an hour more. Good Luck http://www.aadenet.org/

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Professional Nursesand#8217; Knowledge Level On Type Ii Diabetes Mellitus At Selected Teaching And Training Hospitals In The Central Region Of Ghana | Omics International

Nurses; Knowledge; Michigan diabetes knowledge test;Type II diabetes mellitus; Professionals ; Selected; Teaching andtraining hospitals Diabetes Mellitus is a global public health concern for many nationsin the 21st Century and approximately 246 million people worldwide have diabetes. Almost 6% the worlds adult population have it. About80% of these clients live in the developing countries, of which 40% arein the 40-59 year group [ 1 ]. It is one of the most common chronicdiseases in the Western world since 2007 [ 2 ]. According to [ 3 ] thenumber of people with diabetes has reached 366 million contributingto approximately 4.6 million of deaths. King et al (1998) cited in [ 4 ]predicted that by the year 2025, the number of patients with diabetesmellitus would increase to 300 million [ 2 ]. It is becoming an increasing worldwide health problem [ 5 ]. The 23million people represent 8% of the population. Of this 11.5 million arewomen and 12 million are men, representing 10.2% and 11.2% of thepopulation respectively. It is the seventh leading cause of death and islikely to be underreported as a cause of death [ 6 ]. China has thesecond largest number of people suffering from diabetes i Continue reading >>

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    My username is wantmorenurse. I am an RN with 23 years of Emergency Nursing experience. I have worked PRN in IV therapy and home health. Over the last 5 years I have held the position of Director of the ED. I want to do something different. A couple of years ago, I was diagnosed with Diabetes. I want so much to help educate communities, patients on what diabetes is and how to prevent/manage etc. I have searched the web and see a specialty for diabetes nurse educator. I want to know how I can begin to get hours educating for experience and preparation for the certification?

  2. inbar

    I'm an RN working in med/surg. I want to become a diabetes nurse educator. Does anyone know what the steps to take? Everywhere I look, it seems I need 2 years experience with diabetes patients. How do I do that before becoming a diabetic educator? Does anyone know what's the salary like?

  3. DutchgirlRN

    I checked into becoming a diabetic nurse educator a year or so ago and the hours required are many. My floor doesn't get many newly diagnosed diabetics. I had no idea where I would get the hours, couldn't find a hospital with a diabetic nurse educator to precept me. I gave up. Here's their website. I heard the pay was a couple a bucks an hour more. Good Luck http://www.aadenet.org/

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Liverpool Hope University

Upto 10,280 Postgraduate Loan Scheme (PGL)for 2017 entry The number of patients with diabetes, in particular, Type 2 diabetes mellitus (T2DM), has been steadily increasing with over 382 million patients of which over 95% are Type 2 whilst diabetes Type 1 accounts for around 5%. It is estimated that this number will rise to more than 560 million by year 2030, i.e. an increase of 147%, with the largest increase in prevalence in developing countries. Diabetes is the fourth leading cause of global mortality by disease. Over the past three years, the Faculty of Science has had extensive consultations with a significant number of primary and secondary care physicians, diabetes specialist nurse practitioners and pharmaceutical industry to develop comprehensive post-graduate programme on diabetes. During the consultation, we identified the need at local, national and international level for the up-to-date training in diabetes management. Based on this, we have developed a focussed programme of study which will provide opportunity to potential candidates to gain up-to-date scientific, medical and clinical knowledge on management of diabetes. Moreover, the course is designed to improve clin Continue reading >>

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    My username is wantmorenurse. I am an RN with 23 years of Emergency Nursing experience. I have worked PRN in IV therapy and home health. Over the last 5 years I have held the position of Director of the ED. I want to do something different. A couple of years ago, I was diagnosed with Diabetes. I want so much to help educate communities, patients on what diabetes is and how to prevent/manage etc. I have searched the web and see a specialty for diabetes nurse educator. I want to know how I can begin to get hours educating for experience and preparation for the certification?

  2. inbar

    I'm an RN working in med/surg. I want to become a diabetes nurse educator. Does anyone know what the steps to take? Everywhere I look, it seems I need 2 years experience with diabetes patients. How do I do that before becoming a diabetic educator? Does anyone know what's the salary like?

  3. DutchgirlRN

    I checked into becoming a diabetic nurse educator a year or so ago and the hours required are many. My floor doesn't get many newly diagnosed diabetics. I had no idea where I would get the hours, couldn't find a hospital with a diabetic nurse educator to precept me. I gave up. Here's their website. I heard the pay was a couple a bucks an hour more. Good Luck http://www.aadenet.org/

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