If you're a retiring CDCES, CBDCE would like to thank you for your service to the health care and diabetes community.
To retain your connection to CBDCE, we recommend you apply for Retired Status CDCES, which recognizes your commitment to diabetes care and education, as well as your achievement and maintenance of the CDCES credential for 10 years or more.
This voluntary status is available to active status CDCES who are no longer actively working, volunteering, or practicing in diabetes care and education.
You will receive a certificate of recognition and be included on a published list of Retired Status CDCES.
The following individuals have applied for CDCES retired status and have met the requirements to obtain that status. CBDCE thanks these individuals for their time and commitment to helping those with diabetes and prediabetes. Each of these individuals has held an active CDCES (previously CDE) credential for at least 10 years and has retired from the field of diabetes care and education.