Australian Diabetes Educators Association (ADEA) recognises the need to increase the diabetes education workforce to ensure all Australians with or at risk of diabetes and their family can access services. The ADEA considers diabetes education a speciality field of practice and is committed to maintaining a skilled workforce so that people with diabetes and their families can be assured evidence-based best interventions and care. With the support of its sustaining members and business partners, ADEA actively pursues opportunities to assist and reward members who are committed to maintaining and broadening their expertise and skills.
ADEA encourages members to undertake an ADEA accredited post graduate certificate in diabetes education and management as one of the requirements to achieve recognition as a Credentialled Diabetes Educator (CDE).
Novo Nordisk - ADEA Diabetes Educators Graduate Scholarship Program -Closed
The ADEA wishes to thank NovoNordisk for their ongoing support for the Diabetes Educators Graduate Scholarship Program.