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Diabetes Nurse Educators SIG

The establishment of the Diabetes Nurse Educators (DNEs) Special Interest Group (SIG)is to promote the recognition of both nurses qualified to provide diabetes education, along with nurses working in diabetes education and management, over a wide variety of settings.

The SIG aims to provide an environment for such nurses to network and to raise both the general public’s and health professionals’ awareness of this group.

Contact

For all queries about the DNE SIG, please contact Catherine Wallace-Wilkinson at positivehealth@bigpond.com

Aims and Objectives

The objectives of the DNE SIG are:

  • Promote the recognition of nurses qualified in diabetes education
  • Provide a united voice for Diabetes Nurse Educators
  • Raise the public profile of DNEs
  • Increase the health industry awareness of the role of the DNE
  • Provide an avenue for education for all nurses working in the area of diabetes
  • Create an avenue for communication between Diabetes Nurse Educators throughout Victoria

Local Networking

To provide an environment in which DNEs can network, exchange ideas, seek information and investigate issues of concern

Membership

Membership of the Diabetes Nurse Educators SIG  is open to all Registered and Enrolled nurses with a special interest / working in the area of diabetes and are members of the ANMF (Vic Branch).

2014 Meetings

Saturday, 26 June 2014 AGM & Workshop, 9am-12.30pm.

Thursday, 9 October 2014


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