Scope of Practice
Are you a CDE or working towards becoming a CDE? Do you have concerns on what you can do and more importantly, cannot do, as a CDE? What are your legal obligations when providing diabetes education services?
Join this webinar series and interact with CDEs from different primary disciplines to understand the role and scope of practice for Credentialled Diabetes Educators in Australia.
This webinar series is designed to reflect the position of the unique and integral role of CDEs in enabling people with diabetes manage their condition and as part of the multidisciplinary diabetes care team.
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|Medico-legal implication of medication and insulin titration
|Panel discussion: Experience as a CDE within a primary discipline
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Presenters and panellists
- Jodine Ball (NSW): Registered Nurse CDE
- Alison Choy Flannigan (NSW): Head of Health, Life Sciences and Aged Care Group, Holman Webb Lawyers
- Olivia King (VIC): Podiatrist CDE
- Rachel McKeown (NSW): Professional Services Manager, ADEA
- Cynthia Porter (WA): Dietitian CDE
- Nicole Frayne (WA): Pharmacist CDE
- Michelle Woods (TAS): Nurse Practitioner CDE
Completion of this webinar series allows you to claim 3 CPD points under Category 1 – Clinical Practice for your next credentialling application.
- ADEA member: free with the provided enrolment key
- Non-member: $80
Recordings of this webinar series are available via the ADEA E-learning System. To register to watch them, please log in and enrol yourself via https://learning.adea.com.au
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