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    This position is located within the Office of Clinical and Preventive Services, Division of Diabetes Treatment and Prevention (DDTP). The incumbent in this position serves as the Senior Clinical Consultant in planning, managing, coordinating, and evaluating components of DDTP programs. This position reports to the Director, DDTP.

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    • Expert Leadership and Consultation:Serve as an expert clinical advisor to the DDTP Director on diabetes clinical care and education issues affecting American Indian/Alaska Native (Al/AN) people, including legislation, research, reimbursement for care, diabetes education guidelines, policies, procedures, best practices, and diabetes standards of care. Provide national leadership and professional guidance to strengthen and improve the quality and scope of services for clinical, community, and public health services consistent with the goals of the DDTP. Develop procedures, objectives, priorities, clinical practice guidelines, best practices, training programs, national standards of care, quality improvement, and other methodologies to address diabetes management, trauma-informed care, and early life interventions in AI/AN communities.
    • Administration: Write and edit correspondence, meeting materials, and training materials to develop Indian Health Service (IHS) public health messages for consumers and health providers. Prepare and present reports summarizing the results of diabetes research. Prepare and submit abstracts for presentation at meetings and manuscripts for publications, as requested.
    • Training/Education and Data Analysis: Conduct and/or assist in the development and delivery of training courses including online courses. Serve as a clearinghouse of information that can be used for resource enhancement and to improve services delivered. Collect and analyze data related to diabetes. Advise in the development of public health demonstration projects and translation activities related to diabetes treatment and prevention and other related health concerns for the Indian Health System (federal, Tribal, and urban health programs).

    Travel Required

    Occasional travel - You may be expected to travel for this position.

    Supervisory status


    Promotion Potential


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