As the nation’s premier heart and diabetes research institute, our training programs provide the latest research and knowledge to assist Clinicians in the management and prevention of diabetes in the community.
Baker IDI education programs are endorsed by Royal College of Nursing, Australia (RCNA) and on successful completion, participants earn RCNA Continuing Nursing Education (RCNA CNE) points as part of the RCNA Life Long Learning program (3LP). APEC number 080806018.
Baker IDI delivers a range of programs that are specifically targeted to health professionals assisting
people who have Type 1 or Type 2 diabetes.
Our multi-disciplinary team of expert Diabetes Specialists, Credentialed Diabetes Educators and Dietitians are at the forefront of management, research and education for patients with diabetes. With a wide range of experience, our highly skilled presenters aim to facilitate the practical management of diabetes – and related complications based on the latest research and best practice developed at Baker IDI and around the world.
The Baker IDI Education Services Team share a commitment to the research, design and delivery of a range of training programs to suit the varied requirements of healthcare workers within Australasia.
While our programs and workshops are targeted to health professionals working directly with people initiating or managing their diabetes care, the Education Services Team is available to discuss and plan the delivery of training programs, workplace and community presentations which can be tailor made to the meet the individual needs of your organisation.
|Program Name||Program Date(s)||Further information|
|Annual Diabetes Symposium: Scratching beneath the surface of diabetes||Friday, 22 May 2015||
Covers an in depth exploration of diabetes pathogenesis and management directions, a panel discussion on the implications of current pregnancy and diabetes guidelines, and an examination of the current dietary trends in diabetes management.
Melbourne Exhibition Centre.
|Counting Carbohydrates for Managing Diabetes||
Tuesday, 14 July 2015
Flyer will be out soon.
|How to Manage Diabetes in General Practice||Wednesday, 22 July 2015||
THIS PROGRAM IS SUITABLE FOR PRACTICE NURSES.
|Overweight & Obesity: the Challenges & Solutions||Tuesday, 28 July 2015||Flyer will be out soon.|
|How to Manage Diabetes with Mental Health Disorders||Wednesday, 5 August 2015||Flyer will be out soon.|
|Program Name||Program Sessions||Further Information|
|Diabetes Management of the Elderly Person||2 and 4 hour sessions|
Training Program Coordinator
Ph: 03 8532 1842 or 8532 1844
Fax: 03 8532 1100