The Division of Endocrinology, Diabetesand Clinical Nutrition is actively involved in the education, research, and clinical care of General Endocrinology, including: diabetes and metabolism, lipids and clinical nutrition, and bone and mineral disorders. The Division supports a variety of activities with specialty clinics for clinical nutrition, lipid disorders, diabetes, bone and mineral abnormalities, and general endocrinology.
The appointee shall provide services as assigned by the supervisor in furtherance of the universitys missions and goals of teaching, research, patient care, outreach and public service.
Assist in continuity care of patients with diabetes by providing behavioral health support and maintaining clear and well documents record of each encounter, including full assessment and plan.
Identify and communicate findings with all referring physicians and primary care physicians involved in the care of any given patients, at the direction of the Medical Directors of the Harold Schnitzer Diabetes Health Center.
Facilitate and coordinate all services and referrals needed for effective management of behavioral health in diabetes patients and its complications, including patient education, diagnostic procedures and subspecialty evaluation
Assist in development of new programs serving patients with diabetes. Including serving on the advisory committee for the Diabetes Young Adult Clinic.
Will start with 6 half-days ambulatory clinics and progress with experience
Will lead behavioral health activities of Young Adult Clinic in the Center
Will add on urgent follow-ups on other half-days as needed
Graduate from aPhD program in Psychology
Outpatient clinic experience with people living with and effected by diabetes
Prior experience in clinical care of patients with Diabetes as a Psychologist
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