Certified training for Diabetes Educator (programmealignedto
Preferred relevant work experience
The tasks a Diabetes Educator is expected to perform include: Understanding the impact of health behaviour and lifestyle on acute and chronic problems of diabetes
Providing a comprehensive, cost effective and self-care management plan
Knowledge on how to motivate the patients to maintain positive behavioural change
Well versed with the risks associated with diabetes and pre-diabetes
Proficiency in evaluating and interpreting the signs and symptoms of diabetes and parameters to diagnose diabetes and pre-diabetes
Knowledge about signs and symptoms of complications of diabetes
Well versed with the role of weight management through nutritional modification
Knowledge about signs and symptoms related to medical conditions like HTN, CAD
Good team player
Good communication skills
Ability to appreciate the significance of a multi-disciplinary approach
It is a desk job
Work from home option is not available
Contractual work and part-time work is available
Need to handle diabetes care team Travelling is not a part of the job Working hours
Companies usually work for 5/6 days a week and 8/9 hours everyday. This may vary from clinic to clinic Shift system is available Is the job suitable for a candidate with special needs?No
This job is not considered hazardous or dangerous
For freshers - INR 6,500 to INR 8,000 per monthFor candidates with 1-2 years of experience INR 9,500 to INR 11,000 per month(These figures are indicative and subject to change)
Current Diabetes Market in India
As an indicator of the growing prevalence of diabetes in India, the domestic diabetes drugs market for FY?12 grew 22 per cent at $700 million, according to a Credit Suisse report. Estimates suggest that India is set to become the ?diabetes capital of the worldwith the number of people with diabetes is likely to swell to 70 million from present 40 million.
?The diabetes, ophthalmic and derma have the higher mix of fastest-growing molecules in FY?12. The therapy split of molecules grew by 30 per cent, of which diabetes molecule grew 22 per cent at $700 million,Credit Suisse research analyst Anubhav Aggarwal told PTI here.
The pharmaceutical industry is witnessing a 25 per cent growth in overall diabetes and 15 per cent in the insulin segment, Mr Aggarwal said.
With the increasing rate of diabetes patients in India we foresee a skill gap for diabetes educators, diabetes counsellors and obesity counsellors.
The monumental increase in the number of people suffering from diabetes shows us that we need more Diabetes Educators in the healthcare industry.
Healthcare providers across India Large hospitals across India
Public and private hospitals
Clinics across the India
Will be updated
Institute of Public Health & Hygiene
Shreemati Nathibai Damodar Thackersey Women?s University (SNDT)Government Maharani Laxmi bai Post Graduate Girls College, Indore (Madhya Pradesh) Government PG College for Women Government Medical College