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Graduate Diploma in Diabetes Nursing


Course Description

The course is aimed at advancing the range, breadth and depth of professional knowledge and skills in the care of persons presenting with diabetes.
The Graduate Diploma in Diabetes Nursing course aims to build upon and advance the registered nurses repertoire of knowledge, skills, attitudes and professional values within the chosen field of diabetes nursing.
The course aims to develop the practitioner’s capacities for caring and competent practice in diabetes, in order to prepare the nurse to provide a patient-centred service to people with diabetes. For more see www.ucd.ie/nmhs

Entry Requirements

Hold a primary degree in Nursing or equivalent. Be entered onto the appropriate division of the Nurses Register maintained by An Bord Altranais (be registered as an RGN) Have a minimum of one year’s post-registration experience, including at least six months caring for people with diabetes. Candidates must be employed in the clinical environment caring for people with diabetes, prior to commencing the course and for the duration of the course for a minimum of 75 hours Diabetes Patient contact per month

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