12 December 2018
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Diabetes Specialist Nurse resume

Maxine Curry
Dayjob Limited
The Big Peg
120 Vyse Street
Birmingham B18 6NF
T: 0044 121 638 0026
E: info@dayjob.com


A specialist diabetes nurse with the proven clinical skills needed to provide patients with tailored care, and other medical professionals with leadership and peer support. Maxine can act as the first point of contact for patients who need to access a diabetes related nursing service. She has extensive experience of working as part of a multidisciplinary team alongside other Diabetes Specialist Nurses, Consultant Diabetologists, Dietitians, and other support staff. As a true professional she has the clinical expertise and person centred approach required to deliver care interventions and specialist advice in a variety of settings within the hospital and community. Right now she is looking for a suitable position with a hospital that places patients at the centre of everything they do.


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Responsible for meeting the needs of people with diabetes and their families.


  • Acting as a visible leader and point of contact within the diabetes team.
  • Helping people to self-manage their diabetes more effectively.
  • Providing both in-patient and out-patient diabetes care.
  • Explaining treatment options to patients.
  • Making the best use of all available medical resources.
  • Acting as an effective role model to junior nurses and other healthcare professionals.
  • Obtaining blood samples from patients.
  • Supporting patients who have complex diabetes related medical needs.
  • Taking the time to listen to the views and concerns of patients.
  • Raising any concerns immediately and constructively.
  • Providing clinical support and supervision to junior nurses.
  • Helping to run specialist diabetes clinics.
  • Making appointments for patients and sending them out reminders.
  • Enhancing the patient experience in every way possible.
  • Teaching patients self-blood glucose monitoring and self-injection.
  • Adhering to the hospitals guidelines, policies and procedures.
  • Keeping accurate patient records.

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  • Committed to reducing the time patients spend within a hospital.
  • Ensuring own knowledge is up to date and evidence based.
  • Using different communication methods to clarify understanding and make sure that patients know exactly where they stand.
  • Open and candid with persons in care and with colleagues.
  • Experience of working in community centres as well as major hospitals.
  • Ability to prioritise workload and focus on those issues that need to be done immediately.


  • Acting in a way that is respectful to others.
  • Commitment to continued personal development.
  • Managing diabetes as a primary condition.


Managing diabetes
Preventing complications
Self-care management
Dispensing drugs
Writing prescriptions
Primary care
Counselling patients
Treatment plans


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