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ADNEP Training

Posted on July 3, 2014 | No Comments on ADNEP Training

The Association of Diabetes Nurse Educators of the Philippines, Inc or ADNEP is a sub specialty organization of the Philippine Nurses Association (PNA) that provides continuing professional education as duly recognized by the Professional Regulation Commission – Board of Nursing (PRC-BON). In particular, ADNEP provides quality diabetes care through education, training and research by conducting regular Post Graduate Training on Diabetes Education for Nurses, Nursing Updates on Diabetes and Its Management, and Workshops for patients on Diabetes Self Management.

The ADNEP Training pertains to its regular diabetes education training designed for nurses, nutritionists and allied healthcare professionals. The training program is a 14 day training the covers basic and clinical knowledge on diabetes and its complications including screening, diagnosis, pharmacological and non pharmacological management. It also included exposure to clinics and diabetes club visit. The program is designed for advancing the roles of healthcare givers in diabetes management and preparing them to be collaborative colleagues in diabetes healthcare delivery, planning, policy making and education and care. The program combines foundations concepts such as basic science on Diabetes, integrative care, and research methods, with skills and role development courses designed for specialization. Leaning contents focus on critical systematic inquiry, professional and personal development and management of information and resources in a changing healthcare environment.

Divided into five modules, the ADNEP Diabetes training included diabetes education, learning theories and teaching plan, communication, oral presentation skills, epidemiology, physiopathology, classification, presentation and diagnosis of diabetes, acute and chronic diabetes complications, blood glucose lowering agents, insulin therapy, assessment and monitoring, diabetic foot assessment, medical nutrition therapy, basic food groups, micronutrients and dietary supplements, meal planning, special activities, insulin carbo ratio, physical activity, oral health, smoking cessation, stress management and mental health and diabetes in the lifespan. The training involves written and oral examinations and a DET post training to secure a certificate of completion.

The Association of Diabetes Nurse Educators of the Philippines, Inc or ADNEP is located at 571, ISDFI Bldg., Apitong Street, Marikina Heights, Marikina City 1810 Philippines.

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