CVDOE Certification Course
Are you interested in learning more about cardiovascular disease? Would you like to become a Cardiovascular Disease Outpatient Educator (CVDOE)? The CVDOE course is only held when there is enough interest - so if you think you might be interested in attending the CVDOE Certification Course - please fill out the form below to be notified when the next course is held!
As a CDOE, you know that cardiovascular disease is the leading cause of mortality in patients with diabetes. You also know that reduction of cardiovascular disease risk factors is a very important part of caring for your patients. Participants in the CVDOE Certification Course will attend two day-long training sessions focusing on the prevention and management of cardiovascular disease in patients with diabetes. After passing the exam, you will be certified as a CVDOE by RI Diabetes Educators. Nurses, dietitians, and pharmacists can earn up to 12.5 hours of live continuing education credits.
Go here to see the agenda from 2019:
Michelle Caetano, Pharm.D.
Chair, CDOE Certification Committee
Are you a nurse, pharmacist or dietician?
Are you a CDOE in good standing?
To earn the CVDOE Credential, you must already be a CDOE in good standing. However, if you are not a CDOE, you may choose to attend one or more sessions of the CVDOE course for continuing education credit. Please go to this form
if you would like to be notified when the next CDOE course is held
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