The VCU Health System's Internal Medicine Endocrinology is seeking a full time Diabetes Educator to provide diabetes and self-management diabetes education (DSME) training and education to type 1, type 2 and gestational diabetes. Education includes, but is not limited to signs/symptoms and respective treatments for hyperglycemia, hypoglycemia, DKA, HHNK and sick day therapies.
Certification as a Diabetes Educator (CDE)
1-3 years' experience in teaching DSME
Certification as Diabetes Educator; disciplines may include: Registered Dietician, Registered Nurse or Licensed Clinical Social Worker
2-5 years' experience teaching DSME in an academic medical setting
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