CALHN Nursing Education Courses
Diabetes Link Nurse Education Day
To provide new Diabetes Link Nurses with knowledge and skills required to provide effective nursing care to clients with diabetes and to educate staff on their respective wards.
Upon completion of the Education Day, participants will have an increased understanding of:
- Pathophysiology of the different types of diabetes and the recommended self-management to avoid complications.
- Treatment and prevention of diabetes related emergencies (DKA/HHS/hypoglycaemia)
- Insulin Safety/Medication Management
- Diabetes & diet
Must be a new Diabetes Link Nurse (DLN) within CALHN in the last 12 months &/or hasn’t attended a DLN Day previously. Preference will be given to new DLN’s.
0800hrs - 1630hrs
Tuesday 13th October 2020 RAH - Due to current healthcare demands, program on hold until further notice
For further information, contact:
RAH: Rosemary Wilson, Acting NC
Emmy de Heus, RAH DLN Lead
TQEH: Chris Kelly, TQEH DLN Lead
Cathy Paterson, HRC DLD Lead