Gain the skills to systematically plan, manage, and evaluate diabetes care and diabetes services.
Expand your expertise or open the door to new careers in diabetes management and prevention in a way that supports a contemporary, integrated, and multidisciplinary approach to client care in a variety of practice settings. Graduates can work in a variety of government, private health, hospital and community settings, offering client-centred and evidenced-based clinical care and self-management education programs.
Four core subjects (12 credit points).
AQF Level 7 bachelor degree or equivalent in clinical-based health, allied health or relevant field; and at least 12 months post-graduation experience in that field, or at least five years' experience in a health profession.
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Experience a vibrant learning culture which fosters highly skilled and knowledgeable graduates. With an emphasis on authentic learning, compassionate care, support to succeed and cultivation of curiosity, at JCU you’ll develop the skills, confidence and experience to be a valuable healthcare professional.