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Diabetes Nurse Educator Vacancy in University Hospital Sharjah

         World famous University Hospital in Sharjah, United Arab Emirates, announced a great opportunity to work with that wonderful organization as a Diabetes Nurse Educator. All details are mentioned in the link that is given below as the major source. My fellow nurses may please follow the link and submit the CV. All the best. The job profile is given as it is in the source, in order to give the very clear idea of what the respected job provider mean.

Job Description: 
• To assess and manage diabetic patients with special ability to identify complications.
• Practices in accordance with a patient self-management model to assist people living with diabetes to achieve their optimum level of health and quality of life.
• Partners with patients and their families to enable them to design and manage their own individualized diabetes protocols/plans (e.g. establishes goals with patients)
• Collaborates directly with clinicians to form comprehensive care plans with the patient.
• Provides blood glucose monitoring training and pattern management guidance to patients. Suggests medication adjustments to achieve optimal glycemic control and recognizes inappropriate medication orders.
• Provides insulin teaching and titration as prescribed by PCP.
• To take a leading role in patients and family education.
• To liaise with other healthcare personnel to ensure continuous efficient patient education and life style management.
• To maintain high standards of documentation of care and activities.
• To participate in the setting, monitoring and improvement of standards and the quality of patient care.
• To undertake and participate in specialist clinical supervision.
• To maintain a safe working environment.
• To provide information of present needs and future trends for service delivery.
• To demonstrate personal responsibility for compliance with infection control policies and procedures.
• To maintain record of own workload and performance monitoring information and review this on a regular basis with the Unit Manager.
• To actively participate in relevant national meetings/events to stay abreast of new developments and advances within the speciality area and feedback this information to the team to ensure continued learning and improvement to the service.
• To contribute to policy and protocol development for speciality area.
• To exercise a personal duty of care in relation to equipment, resource and stock control utilizing equipment and supplies appropriately.
• To use advanced communication, counselling and interpersonal skills when delivering sensitive information, breaking bad news to patients and/or carers, or dealing with aggressive behaviour and contentious situations. 

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