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2016 CDE of the Year Award Program

Jan Baldwin National CDE of the Year

The prestigious title ‘Jan Baldwin National CDE of the Year’ this year goes to Kirrily Chambers, a pharmacist in regional South Australia, and Ann Morris, a nurse from regional Victoria, whose diabetes education experience spans 40 years.

Kirrily, the first pharmacist to be qualified as a CDE, is passionate about taking care of mental health issues for people with diabetes, sometimes brought about by stereotypical language used in diabetes.

Ann, a founding member of the ADEA and a respected mentor, has been helping people with diabetes using her wealth of four-decade experience in providing diabetes education services.

Both Kirrily and Ann’s profiles are available below.

CDE of the Year award in branches

ADEA is proud to congratulate recipients of the following CDE of the Year in branch awards:

CDE of the Year in ACT: Vicki Mahood

ACT Health

Vicki Mahood

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CDE of the Year in NSW: Marion Hawker

Greater Newcastle Sector Diabetes Service

Marion Hawker

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CDE of the Year in NT: Jan Stevenson

Casuarina Square Medical Clinic

Jan Stevenson

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CDE of the Year in Queensland: Kate Mundy

AH Diabetes

Kate Mundy

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CDE of the Year in SA: Kirrily Chambers

Stirling Chemmart

Kirrily Chambers_SA

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CDE of the Year in Tasmania: Louise Taylor

North West Diabetes Centre

Louise Taylor

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CDE of the Year in Victoria: Ann Morris

Warrnambool Medical Clinic

Ann Morris

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CDE of the Year in WA: Sandra Burges

Dietcare

Sandra Burges

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Four of eight national finalists are graduates from the UTS Faculty of Health. Click here to read more. 

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